Spring 2020 forthcoming events
All dates or formats may be under review due to Covid19 – please check sites
6 May 2020 – We’ll be talking about advocacy at: ‘Let’s talk: the importance of communication in the Court of Protection’. How can advocates support families to ensure patient’s values, wishes, beliefs and feelings are addressed in best interests decisions about them?
12 May 2020 [Rescheduled to 1st December 2020]– we’re speaking at ‘Conundrums of Case Management: Navigating the Ethical Challenges’, British Association of Brain Injury and Complex Case Managmement (BABICM) The Ambassadors Bloomsbury Hotel, London www.babicm.org/events/conundrums-of-case-management-navigating-the-ethical-challenges/ 12-13 June 2020 [Rescheduled to 10th-11th June 2021] Jenny Kitzinger will be presenting & joining panels for the 4th International conference on Disorders of Consciousness, Holycross hospital, Hazelmere, UK.
17 June 2020 -We’ll be at the launch of the Lancet Commission on ‘The Value of Death’ at the Royal Society of Medicine.
17 June 2020 – Join us for the ‘Intensive Care Society Law and Ethics Study Day’ Details to follow, Birmingham.
April 2021 [Rescheduled from 2020] – CDoC Deputy Director, Julie Latchem-Hastings, will be holding a workshop ‘Medico-legal advances in PDoC care: reframing rehabilitative practice‘ at the international conference of the Association of the Chartered Physiotherapists interested in Neurology at the Wales ICC running April 2021. More information + registration details here: https://www.acpin.net/2020-conference/
Dates to be decided: Workshop about advance care planning at Guy’s and St Thomas’, London. Other events being planned include training for Best Interests Meetings. Our e-learning courses are on-going – see cdoctraining.org.uk for details