Conference Presentations

Conference Presentations

If we are to achieve our aspiration of being in the top 10 hospices recognised for their research expertise, we realise that we must support our staff to develop their research capability.


Being ‘research active’ means that hospices use the right evidence, in the right way, at the right time to plan, deliver and evaluate care. It is also concerned with the generation and development of new knowledge, evidence and research questions to make a difference to people’s lives.  

 

Hospice UK 2017

The Pressure and Priveledge of Providing Palliative Care Professionally to friends, colleagues and family

Dr. Lottie Morris and Dr. Ben Harris

Scholl Academic Centre Annual Research Symposium 2019

Research Active Hospice

Helen McAskill

Scholl Academic Centre Annual Research Symposium 2020

Improving care in Nursing Homes using Project ECHO

Cheryl Young

Scholl Academic Centre Annual Research Symposium 2020

The experiences of informal carers of people at the end of life

Dr. Giovanna Cruz and Dr. Hollie Quaye

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