What does good end-of-life care look like? Planning ahead and understanding your choices
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Who this event is for
Jane Ashley Lecture Theatre, Main Building, Headington Campus, Marston Road site
The local community matron team will be exploring the broad terms end-of-life and palliative care in the context of community care, as well as
discussing the underpinning principles that define what good end-of-life care looks like.
The end-of-life community matron team, established over the past two years, has been working with people and their carers to ensure they have access to appropriate services. They aim to enable people to be involved in decision-making and have informed choice regarding their care.
About the speakers
THE OXFORDSHIRE COMMUNITY MATRON TEAM
Pat Gordon, Trish Glynn, Sue Quantick and Claire Cador make up the community matron team covering six localities across Oxfordshire.
Community matrons are all senior nurses with experience in clinical leadership, coordination, advanced communication, and holistic assessments
and in using a patient-centred approach.
This event is supported by