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A panel discussion with audience participation, moderated by Evan Davis, Journalist and BBC Presenter.

The Collaborating Centre for Values-based Practice in Health and Social Care and the Oxford Healthcare Values Partnership are pleased to invite you to a Symposium following the publication of “Talking About Dying”.

Likely topics for discussion:

  • Who needs to talk about dying?
  • Why don’t many of us like to talk about dying?
  • What do we say?
  • Involvement as a doctor/nurse/other health care professional
  • Involvement as spouse, parent, family or friend
  • Being the patient
  • Does ‘faith’ make a difference?
  • Practical matters: Wills, Power of Attorney, Advanced decisions

Drinks reception afterwards.

Entry free on a first come basis (registration required).

Booking via Eventbrite.