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Dying Matters Awareness Week 2017: 8 - 14 May 2017

Every year in May, Dying Matters and it's coalition members host an Awareness Week, which gives them an unparalleled opportunity to place the importance of talking about dying, death and bereavement firmly on the national agenda. 

The year the 2017 Awareness Week will run from 8-14 May and will ask What Can You Do? This aims to get people more active in planning for dying and death and helping support those who may need it in times of grief and bereavement, be they friends, family or in your wider community. Visit our shop to get your resources

In support of Dying Matters Awareness Week 2017, we are offering a 20% Discount* at our forthcoming End of life Care Masterclass and Conferences by quoting hcuk20pall. 

Our palliative care training courses focus on improving the care and treatment of those nearing end of life to ensure their palliative care needs and last wishes are met with dignity and respect. 

End of Life Care: Advanced Legal Issues Masterclass
Monday 15 May 2017 
De Vere West One Conference Centre, London

Care of Dying Adults in the last days of life: Implementing the 2017 NICE National Quality Standard 
Monday 12 June 2017 
De Vere West One Conference Centre, London

Transforming End of Life Care in Acute Hospitals
Wednesday 12 July 2017 
Manchester Conference Centre, Manchester

Each day of Awareness Week, Dying Matters will be releasing factsheets covering topics such as financial benefits, pain management, non-traditional funerals, managing bereavement in the workplace and talking to young people about dying, death and bereavement. There will also be daily Twitter chats around these subjects with the hashtag #WhatCanYouDo. 


8 May 2017

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