Presented as part of Dying Matters Awareness Week, this event is an opportunity to learn about recent research related to decision-making and advance care planning in incurable conditions, and the theoretical debates and practical challenges informing that research. The event is jointly organise by the Centre for Death & Society, University of Bath, and the Palliative and End of Life Care Research Group South West, University of Bristol.
Decision-making theory and applicability to advanced renal disease - Barny Hole, Nephrologist, Southmead Hospital and PhD student, University of Bristol
End of life care: A scoping review of experiences of Advance Care Planning for people with dementia - presented by Dr Kerry Jones, Open University
Our Journey and Challenges around End of Life Planning in Dementia Care - presented by Samantha Shanks, Team Manager at Devon Partnership NHS Trust
A human rights approach to advocacy for people with dementia: A review of current provision in England and Wales - presented by Jeremy Dixon, Lecturer in Social Work, University of Bath
Systematic review of cultural factors related to Advance Care Planning - presented by Lucy Selman, Research Fellow, Population Heath Sciences, University of Bristol
Advance care planning and supporting patients’ decision-making, from palliative care perspective - presented by Collette Reid, Consultant in Palliative Medicine, University Hospital Bristol, NHS Foundation Trust