End of Life Care in 2020 - Art or Science?
The course will be held at the Holiday Inn Regent’s Park, London. It is easily accessible from mainline stations (closest Euston and Marylebone) and is close to a number of tube stations (Regent’s Park, Great Portland Street).
Registration for individual attendees for the study day costs £175.
After payment, you will be directed to the registration form for individuals. Please complete with your details.
Early Bird Group Registration
For a limited time, we are pleased to offer group bookings at an early bird discount of four attendees from the same institution for the price of three, costing £525.
After payment, you will be directed to the registration form for groups. Please complete with your details as the buyer, and the details of the four attendees.
Payment by cheque or invoice
If you prefer to pay by cheque or require invoicing, the cost is £175 per attendee plus a £20 administrative charge.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange.
09.00-09.10: Chairman’s introduction
09.10-09.50: EOLC in 2020-Art or Science? (Andrew Davies)
09.50-10.30: What’s new in EOLC? (Katherine Webber)
11.00-11.40: Pain management at the end of life: problems and solutions (Venkata Chaitanya)
11.40-12.10: Pressure ulcers (Jo Thompson)
12.10-12.50: Breathlessness at the end of life (Anna Spathis)
13.30-14.00: Terminal sedation-a means to what end? (Andy Thorns)
14.00-14.30: Quality markers for EOLC (Sarah Cox)
14.30-15.10: EOLC in children/TYA (AK Anderson)
15.40-16.20: End-of-life care in the frail elderly (Rowan Harwood)
16.20-17.00: Less pathway, more care? (EOLC after the LCP) (Suzanne Kite)