Social, Spiritual and Emotional Needs at the End of Life Webinar

This webinar will look at how we support individuals pastoral care needs alongside their medical needs
at the end of life.

About this Event

Friends at the End are pleased to announce the rescheduling of our postponed conference from May, which was planned in conjunction with Good Death Week. We have now moved this conference to an online webinar which is free to attend. We will be looking at how we support individuals pastoral care needs alongside their medical needs at the end of life.

This event will look at the different types of care and support required by individuals and how we can help to influence policy and ultimately support people as best we can at the end of life.

Speakers will include:

  • Rev Scott Mckenna
  • George Beuken, Head of pastoral care, St Andrews Hospice.
  • Lindsay van Dijk, NHS Humanist Chaplain
  • Karen Hedge. National Director, Scottish CARE
  • Henry Marsh, Neurosurgeon and author

There will be a panel discussion for the last 40 mins of the session, and questions will be taken for speakers throughout the event.

Friends at the End are a registered charity in Scotland (SC048875), while this event is free to attend we would be very grateful for any donations towards the cost of running the programme which can be made when you reserve your ticket.

Reserve your ticket via Eventbrite here:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/social-spiritual-and-emotional-needs-at-the-end-of-life-webinar-tickets-88918045267

You can download a Conference Flyer to add to community noticeboards or pass on to anybody who may be interested in attending here.

If you have not used Zoom before, we have an IT help guide here that provides information on how to register for an account. For this event, you will not need a webcam or microphone.