Programme

Registration

Registration will be open
Wednesday 14 March from 18:00 to 20:00
Thursday 15 March from 07:00 onwards
Friday 16 March from 07:30 onwards


Click here for a printable version of the 2018 programme Venue Map: First Floor


Homeward Bound

A play about love, relationships, empathy and compassion at end of life
Thursday 15 March at 18:15
Tregonwell Hall

Macmillan Cancer Support - Sponsored Symposium

Thursday 15 March at 14:30 – 15:30
Tregonwell Hall
Platinum Sponsor

Purbeck Foyer

  • Registration

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    Registration open from 07:00 onwards

Purbeck Hall

  • Morning Break, poster and exhibition viewing

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  • Lunch, poster and exhibition viewing

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  • Afternoon break, poster and exhibition viewing

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  • Networking, poster and exhibition viewing

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  • Networking, poster and exhibition viewing

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  • Civic Reception

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    Deputy Mayor: Eddie Coope

Tregonwell Hall

  • Official Opening

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    Professor Simon Noble and Professor Julia Downing

  • The #hellomynameis Story - Through adversity comes legacy

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    Chris Pointon

  • Symptom Update Masterclass

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    Delirium - Dr Jason Boland | Malignant bowel obstruction - Professor Simon Noble | Cancer-related fatigue - Professor Paddy Stone

  • The practical importance of randomised control trials (RCTs) in improving palliative patient care

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    Professor David Currow

  • Macmillan Cancer Support | Incurable cancer: when does dying start?

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    Chair: Jane Maher, Joint Chief Medical Officer, Macmillan Cancer Support

  • APM AGM

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  • Homeward Bound

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    Homeward Bound is a 30 minute play performed by two actors

Tregonwell Suite 1

  • Free Papers 1 - 3 | Bereavement

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  • Free Papers 7 - 9 | Palliative Care in the Community I

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  • Free Papers 10 - 12 | Developing approaches to palliative care

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Tregonwell Suite 2

  • The CESR process for prospective/current applicants and their supervisors (Consultants and SAS Doctors)

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    Dr Helen Bonwick and Dr Alison Coackley

  • Trainees: The SCE examination and interactive session on the MRCP SCE exam in palliative medicine

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    Dr Clare Marlow and Dr Hazel Coop

  • Trainees: Shaping our Future

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    Dr Alison Coackley

  • Trainees: Challenging communication

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    Dr Chris Farnham and Dr Amy Proffitt

Purbeck Lounge

  • BSCAH: An Introduction to the Use of Hypnosis in Palliative Care

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    Dr Sara Booth | and Dr Ann Williamson

  • Free Papers 4 - 6 | End of Life Care in Hospitals

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  • Using social media and IT in PC research

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    Dr Sarah Russell

  • Ethical issues in PC research - adopting a person centred approach

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    Dr Erna Haraldsdottir

Bayview Suite

  • Breakfast - Tregonwell Bar and Bayview Gallery

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  • Masterclass: Adult patients with muscular dystrophies including Duchenne - what should adult palliative care services be providing?

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    Professor Derek Willis

  • Palliative Medicine Workshop: Being a reviewer

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    Professor Catherine Walshe

  • Workshop: Blood transfusion in advanced illness

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    Dr Jason Boland, Dr Lise Estcourt and Dr Karen Neoh

  • Appraising the qualitative research literature

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    Professor Julia Downing

Purbeck Foyer

  • Registration

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Purbeck Hall

  • Morning break, poster & exhibition viewing

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  • Lunch, poster & exhibition viewing

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Tregonwell Hall

  • Heart Failure and Palliative Care - making a difference?

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    Professor Miriam Johnson

  • Abe Guz Lecture | ARDS - 50 years of Severe Acute Respiratory Failure

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    Dr Suveer Singh

  • Update Masterclass: Opioids for Breathlessness: knowns and unknowns

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    Professor Miriam Johnson and Professor David Currow

  • Kyowa Kirin Sponsored Symposium

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  • End of Life Care and Eating Disorders

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    Dr Jacinta Tan and Baroness Ilora Finlay

  • Close of Conference

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    Professor Simon Noble and Professor Julia Downing

Tregonwell Suite 1

  • Service Improvement

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    Dr Andrew Carson-Stevens and Huw Williams

  • Free Papers 13 - 15 | New Models of Care

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  • Free Papers 16 - 18 | Communication

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  • Free Papers 22 - 24 | Symptom Control

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Tregonwell Suite 2

  • Improving evidence based palliative care in care homes

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    Julie Kinley

  • Medical Student Education: opportunities and challenges

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    Dr Stephen Barclay and Professor John Ellershaw

  • Medical Education SIF | Free Papers 19 - 21 | Medical Education

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  • Free Papers 25 - 27 | Palliative Care in the Community II

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Purbeck Lounge

  • Breakfast - Tregonwell Bar and Bayview Gallery

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  • APM Masterclass - New oral anti-coagulants & palliative care

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    Professor Simon Noble

  • Ethics: tbc

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    Speaker tbc

  • Ethics: tbc

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    Speaker tbc

  • Ethics: tbc

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    Speaker tbc

  • Maximising recruitment to clinical trials in hospices

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    Dr Clare White

Bayview Suite

  • Breakfast - Tregonwell Bar and Bayview Gallery

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  • PCRS Masterclass: Research Governance

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    Dr Sarah Russell

  • PCRS: Patient and public involvement in research

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    Lesley Turner

  • BMJ Workshop: How to write and publish a research paper

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    Adrian Aldcroft, Editor BMJ Open

  • APM Science Committee: How to develop a Research Project

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    Dr Elaine Boland | Dr Helen McGee | Professor Paddy Stone | Dr Kath Webber

  • PCRS AGM

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    PCRS Members Only

  • Rehabilitation in palliative care

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    Dr Matthew Maddocks


Click here for a printable version of the 2018 Programme.

Please note: the programme will be updated as and when new speakers have been confirmed 



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