LOROS Annual Lecture: A Good Death in Dementia

Date and time

Wednesday 3rd February 2021

15:30 - 16:30


£5 per person


Not Applicable
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About this workshop

Please join us for an insightful and inspiring afternoon with Karen Harrison-Dening delivered virtually using ECHO Zoom Technology.

Karen is passionate about making life with advanced dementia as good as possible for the person living with it and for their family. She will talk about many aspects of this including what has happened during the COVID pandemic.

Karen has a nursing background spanning over 40 years. She has a PhD in advance care planning and end of life in dementia and is a pioneer and national leader in this field with many publications. From a background of community mental health nursing she became Consultant Admiral Nurse in North London then the Director of Admiral Nursing for Dementia UK. She now holds the position of Head of Research and Evaluation for the charity.

Suitable for

This lecture is open to anyone working with people affected by dementia, including health and social care staff and students, care home and domiciliary care staff, volunteers and the public.

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