Creating Connections Palliative Care Conference
Wednesday 10 February 2021
Thank you to everyone who attended our Creating Connections Palliative Care Conference on 10 February 2021, jointly organised between our Wolfson Palliative Care Research Centre at the University of Hull, and the Centre for Improving Palliative, Aged and Chronic Care through Clinical Research and Translation (IMPACCT) at the University Of Technology Sydney.
It provided an opportunity to see some of the exciting and leading-edge research being undertaken as part of our collaboration funded by the Research England's International Investment Initiative (I3). The I3 builds on the established partnership between our both our research Centres.
The conference was funded by Research England International Investment Initiative (I3) grant AY 2019-2024.
The videos below are recordings of presentations from the event, and as such are not subtitled. If you require a subtitled version of any of these videos, please contact us at WolfsonPallCare@hyms.ac.uk
If you attended the conference and woudl like a certificate, please email WolfsonPallCare@hyms.ac.uk
Session 1: Delirium
Presentation: Inclusion, characteristics and outcomes of people requiring palliative care in studies of non-pharmacological interventions for delirium: a systematic review.
Speaker: Professor Meera Agar, Director IMPACCT, Professor of Palliative Medicine, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
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Presentation: UK national surveys on delirium screening and management: what happens in the Specialist Palliative Care In-patient Unit.
Speaker: Rebecca Woodhouse, Research Associate, University of York, UK
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Presentation: Implementation of delirium clinical guidelines in a hospice: problems, practicalities and progress.
Speaker: Dr Kitty Jackson, Academic Clinical Fellow in Palliative Medicine, Hull York Medical School, UK
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Session 2: Outcome measurement in palliative care
Presentation: RESOLVE - Understanding the processes underpinning the successful implementation of Patient-Centred Outcome Measures.
Speaker: Dr Andy Bradshaw, Research Fellow, Hull York Medical School, University of Hull, UK
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Presentation: Demonstrating the Benefits of Care Using Routinely collected Clinical Outcomes in Palliative Care.
Speaker: Professor Fliss Murtagh, Prof of Palliative Care, Hull York Medical School, University of Hull, UK
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Session 3: Breathlessness
Presentation: Breathlessness, Anxiety, Depression, and Function-The BAD-F Study: A CrossSectional and Population Prevalence Study in Adults.
Speaker: Dr Slavica Kochovska, Research Fellow, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
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Presentation: Comparison of trajectories of functional decline and symptom burden between lung cancer and other end-stage respiratory disease in the last 120 days of life.
Speaker: Tilly Barnes-Harris, Medical Student, Hull York Medical School, UK
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Session 4: Keynote presentation
Presentation: Models of palliative care – what is the evidence?
Speaker: Professor Jane Phillips, Director IMPACCT, Professor of Palliative Nursing, UTS