Posters

Posters

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 Conference 2017

'Every day counts' - Pilot service for improving access and consistency in palliative care seven days a week

Christine Bloomer and Giovanna I. Cruz

Hospice UK Conference 2018

Capturing the end of life experience: A method to improve case-studies to identify unmet need

Giovanna I. Cruz, Hollie Quaye, Diane Corrin, Cheryl Young and Sarah M. McGhee

International Conference for Integrated Care 2018

Designing a population-based approach to integrated end of life care on a small island

Giovanna I. Cruz, Sarah M. McGhee and Anne Mills

Hospice UK conference 2018

Evaluation of a fatigue and breathlessness programme by Hospice Isle of Man

 Alison Christian, Jo Beard, Sarah M. McGhee

Hospice UK Conference 2018

Exploring the carer experience in palliative care

Hollie Quaye and Giovanna I. Cruz

Hospice UK Conference 2018

Integrated palliative and end of life care on a small island

Anne Mills, Christine Bloomer, Giovanna I. Cruz, Gillian Street, Anne Hendry, Mandy Andrew

Hospice UK Conference 2018

"Moving Knowledge, Not People"

Cheryl Young

Hospice UK Conference 2018

Moving up the "triangle" to create a Research Active Hospice

Sarah M. McGhee, Giovanna I. Cruz, Christine Bloomer, Diane Corrin, Cheryl Young, Lottie Morris, Hollie Quaye, Anne Mills

Hospice UK Conference 2018

What matters at the end of life? Results from community listening events on the Isle of Man

Giovanna I. Cruz, Anne Mills, Lottie Morris, Hollie Quaye, Brenda Dougherty, Lonan A. Oldam, Sarah M. McGhee

Hospice UK Conference 2019

Evaluating Project ECHO in palliative and end of life care

Ben Harris, Cheryl Young, Diane Corrin, Giovanna I. Cruz, Sarah M. McGhee, Anne Mills

Hospice UK Conference 2019

Hospice of the future: partnering with the next generation

Lonan A. Oldam, Lottie Morris, Giovanna I. Cruz, Gillian Street, Hollie M. Quaye, Lynsey Christian, Anne Mills

Hospice UK Conference 2019

Needs Assessment for person-centred palliative and end of life care in the Isle of Man

Sarah M. McGhee, Giovanna I. Cruz, Gillian Street, Lonan A. Oldam, Frances Newman, Anne Mills

Hospice UK Conference 2019

Who is Hospice missing?

Giovanna I. Cruz, Diane Corrin, Cheryl Young, Lonan A. Oldam, Frances Newman, Anne Mills, Sarah M. McGhee

International Conference for Integrated Care 2019

Family carers in integrated care: A case study

Giovanna I. Cruz and Sarah M. McGhee

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