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Natasha McVey RN May 14
Fantastic day at conference. Care of the dying and deceased is an absolute privilege and so important for that person and their family and friends. Today was a great reminder of the impact we can have as healthcare professionals
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Natasha McVey RN May 14
is such a simple but incredibly powerful movement that has made such an impact to patients. Thank you to for sharing Kate’s and his journey at conference
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Danielle May 14
Wow. First time attending a Dying Matters conference. Such a positive learning experience. Really enjoyed the play even though I ended up in tears! Thank you for sharing your journey with us.
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Ruth Pettit May 14
Listening to the Chaplaincy service describing how they have the time & space to listen with no agenda to assist people to explore & reassess their own priorities, readjust & cope with the emotional train that is ahead.
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Elin Roddy May 16
So this week we are thinking about how music plays such an important part in life and death - what are your top 3 tunes for ?
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Allison Brown May 14
Fantastic speakers today
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Zoe-Billy May 14
Thanks so much for sharing yours and Kate’s story with us , the play and all the work you are doing is such a powerful way to ensure that Kate’s impact both on healthcare and wider society continues.
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Allison Brown May 14
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Mandy Hemstock May 14
Should have worn my waterproof mascara on today’s Conference! Fantastic day spent with colleagues that are passionate about EOL Care 👏🏻
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NUH Charity May 14
We are so proud to support SWAN, and the amazing work of
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Zoe-Billy May 14
Thanks for organising such an inspiring conference. It was great to be surrounded by so many compassionate practitioners, to share innovation and to have frank discussions about EOLC.
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NUH EOLC May 14
conference we’re listening to describing grief as a wave & the power of communication
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Hatty HB May 14
conference is beautiful and poignant. Im grateful to be witnessing amazing ideas, and honoured to have been able to share
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Lizzy Zabrocki May 15
We’re in full swing!!!!! Lots of staff telling us to have conversations about death and dying in keeping with the Awareness Week... come along or join us at the RVI on Friday! 💙
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Louvain Rees 💀 May 17
Inspired by here is some work that I produced when I was asked to photograph the funeral of Lance Corporal Philip F. Loveday.
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Personalised Care May 16
... and 's Head of Nursing for , Sheree Fagge provides unique insight into the work to improve end of life care and enhance the experience for individuals’ and their families in NEW BLOG:
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Tilla Brook May 15
In this week put some time aside to ponder what you want your funeral to be like. Go on, it won't kill you! I'm having one of these
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Proenca P May 15
Thank you Chris for such a lovely and eye opening shift 👌🏽
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EOL Essentials May 22
Around 2/3 of Australians die 75-95 years; in 1900 Av age was 50
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