Let’s talk about death – but why?

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Let’s talk about death – but why?

12 November 2019, 6pm – 9pm; Arthur Rank Hospice Charity, Cambridge, CB22 3FB

£15 per person (which includes entry and refreshments)

Join Arthur Rank for a thought-provoking and unique evening with Dr Katherine Sleeman, the first palliative care specialist to receive the prestigious NIHR Clinician Scientist Fellowship.

Featured on BBC2 Horizon Programme ‘We need to talk about Death’ earlier this year Dr Katherine Sleeman, who is a clinician and academic at the Cicely Saunders Institute King’s College London, will be sharing her insights, expertise and latest research on the importance of palliative care and what this means to society.

Her unmissable appearance in ‘We need to talk about Death’ highlighted the evidence for the benefits of providing palliative care earlier and more collaboratively. Addressing an audience at the iconic Royal Albert Hall in 2014, Dr Katherine Sleeman explored what it means to have a good death and the individual and societal barriers to achieving this.

A lively ‘in-conversation’ session will follow the talk from Dr Katherine Sleeman. Chaired by BBC Radio Cambridgeshire’s Ronnie Barbour, the panel of guests for the ‘in conversation’ session will include other professionals and individuals with an interest in palliative care.

This evening is for anyone who has an interest in the subject matter, including the general public, medical and health professionals. A certificate of attendance can also be provided after the event for those that would like one.

Programme

18:00 Arrival reception with refreshments
18:30 Talk from Dr Katherine Sleeman
19:20 In-conversation with Dr Katherine Sleeman + others
20:00 Food, drinks and collaborative conversation
21:00 Formal close

Book tickets here.

For more information go to arhc.org.uk or contact Carla Brown, Head of Engagement, on Carla.brown@arhc.org.uk or 01223 675984.

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