9th Annual Conference on Dementia and End of Life

Event type: 
Conference
Date: 
10 December 2014
Location: 
London

Care planning and coordination for people with dementia approaching the end of life

Care planning and coordination for people with dementia approaching the end of life

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Date:  Wednesday 10th December

Location: Millennium Gloucester Hotel & Conference Centre, 4-18 Harrington Gardens, London, SW7 4LH

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Workshops:
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Why this conference?

Although it is widely recognised that care planning and co-ordination are essential for people with dementia approaching the end of life, and their carers, still too little is being done to make it happen. With 1 in 3 people over the age of 65 dying with dementia, this is a critical challenge for everyone interested in dementia care and end of life care.

This conference will bring together experts from across health and social care, as well as an international perspective, to consider new approaches to care planning and co-ordination and collaboration across sectors. Delegates will hear from people who have set up innovative services and learn from their experience. They will hear about the evidence for change.

This conference will...

- Include a keynote speech from the Chief Inspector for Adult Social Care
- Showcase new approaches to care planning and co-ordination for people with dementia approaching the end of life good practice
- Hear about collaborations between care homes and health services
- Capture international experience from Holland and Scotland, as well as within England
- Use workshops to share innovative good practice from around the country
- Highlight the power of partnership working to improve services
- Provide a valuable forum for people working in dementia care and end of life care

Who should attend?

- People with personal experience of end of life care
- Commissioners, including leaders of CCGs and Health & Well Being Boards, NHS Trusts, social care and primary care, and in the voluntary and independent sectors
- People managing and working in services for people with dementia
- People managing and working in palliative and end of life care services
- General Practitioners, Community and District Nurses
Health and Social Care Chaplains

Expert speakers include:

- Keynote by: Andrea Sutcliffe, Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care, Care Quality Commission
Professor Alistair Burns, National Clinical Director for Dementia, Department of Health
- Sandra Gracie, Strategy Development Officer, Operational Lead Change Fund, Spynie Hospital
Ewan King, Director of Business Development and Delivery, Social Care Institute for Excellence
Professor Steve Iliffe, Professor of Primary Care for Older People, Primary Care & Population Health, University College London
Sharon Blackburn, Policy & Communications Director, National Care Forum
Wilco Achterberg, Professor of Institutional and Elderly Care Medicine,  Leiden University Medical Centre, the Netherlands
- Professor John Ellershaw, Professor of Palliative Medicine, University of Liverpool and Director, Marie Curie Palliative Care Institute Liverpool
- Dr Kathryn Hall, Macmillan GP, Clinical Lead for Palliative Care and Care Homes, North Tyneside CCG, Collingwood Surgery
- A panel of people with personal experience of end of life care 
-  And many more..!

Event Workshops:

Please note that the below workshops take place once between 14.00 - 15.00.

Workshop A: Supporting staff through experiential training

Dr Kirsten Moore, Advanced Dementia Interdisciplinary Care Leader, Marie Curie Palliative Care Research Department, Division of Psychiatry, University College London

Workshop B: What should our vision & ambitions be for end of life care for people with dementia for the next five years? Engagement on the Department of Health “Future of Dementia” project

Simon Chapman, Director of Policy, Intelligence & Public Affairs, The National Council for Palliative Care & Member of the Health & Care Champion Group for the Prime Minister’s Dementia Challenge

Workshop C: Norfolk dementia care pathway 

Hilda Hayo, Chief Admiral Nurse, Dementia UK and Zena Aldridge, Admiral Nurse Lead, Age UK Norfolk

Workshop D: The practicalities of co-ordinating end of life care between nursing homes and primary care services

Dr Kathryn Hall, Macmillan GP, Clinical Lead for Palliative Care and Care Homes, North Tyneside CCG, Collingwood Surgery

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Delegate rates:
Subscribers
£150 for NCPC Subscribers 

Non-subscribers (subscribe now to get the best rate!)
£300 for non-subscribers 

For more information, or to register for this event please contact Anamica Khare, Events & Training Assistant (a.khare@ncpc.org.uk or 020 7697 1520).

Alternatively, print off the event programme and return the completed booking form to Anamica Khare at the details provided.