Winners of the Mundipharma Education Bursaries for 2017
Best Oral Presentation 2017: Dr Brenda O'Connor, Consultant in Palliative Medicine - Cancer-Related Fatigue: Evaluation by Mobile Electrophysiology
Working together in Children’s Palliative Care; an interdisciplinary Conference Short Lives: Making a Difference
DATES: Friday 24th and Saturday 25th November 2017
Venue: Farmleigh, Phoenix P
Closing date: Friday 7 April 2017 http://www.sfh.ie/kaleidoscope-conference
1 December 2016, Hilton Hotel, Dublin
Palliative Care – Interconnecting and Interfacing
The aim of this years’ conference is to explore, discuss and seek to understan
Abstract Submission is now CLOSED
Launch of videos from the Workshop now available online
Event 1 - Thursday 6th October 2016
Event 2 - Friday 7th October 2016
“Making a difference, measuring the difference - International models of quality in palliative car
9-11th June 2016
University College Dublin http://www.eapcnet.eu/research2016/
Now I made the decision to perform a
Wednesday 8 June 2016, Our Lady's Hospice, Harold's Cross, Dublin 6
To highlight how palliative care can bring the best possible quality of life to many different people with many different conditions and circumstances.
The All Ireland Institute of Hospice and Palliative Care (AIIHPC) will hold PALLIATIVE CARE WEEK 2016, which will take place from October 3-8.
How to get involved?
ORGANISE AN EVENT: We are encouraging key stakeholders including hospices, hospitals, health and social care trusts, charities, education providers,community groups and individuals to hold events or plan internal talks, information stands and communications. The campaign materials will provide a guide in terms of content, but local expertise, messages or research can add greatly to these. Please contact me to discuss or for advice.
LOCAL MEDIA STORIES / CASE STUDIES: We will be issuing two Palliative Care Week news releases to media in Northern Ireland the Republic of Ireland (12 September to launch the campaign and 3 October to kick off the week). If you have a case study to tell the human story of why palliative care is important please let us know.
POST ON SOCIAL MEDIA: We will be holding at least one social media Thunderclap via Twitter and we will be in contact with further information. In the run up to and during the week, please use the hashtag #pallcareweek.
USE THE ONLINE INFORMATION: All materials (videos, leaflets, posters and key messages) will be available online (from mid-September) at the public awareness pages of Please use and promote.
YOUR CONTACT DETAILS: In early September the campaign toolkit, posters and leaflets in hardcopy will be available and we will contact you to ask if you require copies posting. In the meantime if you have any specific requirements such as details of the best person to liaise with, or required quantities, please let us know.