The focus will be on person centred symptom control in palliative and end of life care, considering what works, in what circumstances and with whom. There will also be an opportunity to explore current approaches to ensuring equity of care for all and to consider the impact of stress, doubt and difference on the workforce.

In addition to the plenary sessions there will be workshops, the chance to share your own work through poster or oral presentation and opportunities to network with colleagues. We look forward to seeing you in Edinburgh!

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Confirmed Speakers

Person Centred Symptom Control

Thursday 20th October 22

Reaching Out

Friday 21st October 22

Professor Catherine Walshe

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Dr Neil Churchill OBE

Tackling inequalities and improving access

Dr Alison Mitchell

IntrathecaDruDeliverRighpatientrighprocedurerightime

Dr Jamilla Hussain, Dr Karon Ornadel, Dr Gurpreet Gupta

RaciaequalitiPalliativCare

Professor Paddy Stone

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Professor Bee Wee CBE

Person Centred Symptom Control

Dr Leza Quate

Managinpaiipatientwithistorosubstancmisuse

Dr Jeremy Keen 

Reaching rural communities

Dr Emma Chapman

Whaenableeffectivmanagemenochallenginsymptoms

Dr Joy Rafferty 

Homelessness and Deprivation