It’s 200 years since Florence Nightingale responded to poor care in the Crimean War, now is a good time to assess what we can do to improve care, so it is genuinely person-led.
This event aims to increase RCN members’ understanding of the significance of the human rights framework in supporting decision making and care planning in end-of-life care.
Delegates will gain a deeper understanding about end-of-life care, feel more confident in decision making in a person-led manner, as well as thinking more widely about human rights and what it means in end-of-life care practice.
Jacqui Graves, Sue Ryder's Human Rights Lead at Sue Ryder will present, and Baroness Ilora Finlay will respond on what can be done at a parliamentary level to support this agenda.
We only have limited places available for each session so please only book a place if you are certain you can attend. If you book but then cannot attend, please do cancel your place so we can make it available for another member. Please cancel your place by calling 02920 546 460 or emailing email@example.com.
Dedicated technical support will be available for 30 minutes prior to this event and for the first 30 minutes of this event.
Our event session will be recorded and available to watch again after the event behind our member log in.
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