- Published on Thursday, 24 March 2016 13:00
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We are delighted to announce that registration for our national annual conference is now open.
The annual conference of the National Association for Hospice at Home is to be held at Mercure Bristol Holland House Hotel & Spa, Bristol on Thursday 29th and Friday 30th September 2016.
The theme is:
“Hospice at Home – achieving national ambitions, making an impact”.
We are in the process of finalising an exciting programme to include keynote presentations from:
Mr John Powell
Corporate Director of Health and Social Care Integration, London Borough of Redbridge
Dr Jane Collines
Chief Executive, Marie Curie
Dr Fliss Murtagh
Reader and Consultant in Palliative Medicine, Cicely Saunders Institute
Dr Ros Taylor
Clinical Director, Hospice UK
For more information about the Conference, click here →
To register for the Conference, click here →
- Published on Thursday, 17 March 2016 10:44
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The NAHH is delighted to have received some highly positive feedback from two member services about the benefits and impacts the Association provides for them.
Please do read these on the dedicated Testimonials page →.
The NAHH Trustees encourage and welcome feedback so please do get in touch if you wish to share anything with us.
- Published on Tuesday, 02 February 2016 17:08
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You can now donate to NAHH online via YouCaring. YouCaring is a free crowdfunding website for personal and charitable causes.
- Published on Friday, 04 March 2016 09:47
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“St Luke’s Hospice in Sheffield use some of the OACC outcome measures to inform our clinical services. We have over the last two years embedded these measures in to clinical working practices across the Hospice inpatient, community and day services. In this time we have seen the real difference this has made to patients and their families and we received a letter recently from a bereaved relative asking for a blank copy of their ipos so she could share it with friends and family and thanking us for allowing her and her husband to have the opportunity to complete this as it meant that she and he both knew that what was important to them mattered to us.
The use of the measures have also provided us with a more robust governance framework and reporting structures, improved MDT working with a framework enhancing equality of access to care based on need.
Whilst the time and commitment required to embed these outcome measures in practice is considerable and should not be underestimated the gains for patients and the organisation make this worthwhile.”
– Judith Park, Deputy Chief Executive from St Lukes Hospice in Sheffield
- Published on Thursday, 12 November 2015 13:58
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Rosalind Matty, one of the founding members of the National Association for Hospice at Home, has produced this interesting history of how the association began.
Download the document below:
- Gloucestershire Nurse Joins The National Association for Hospice at Home
- Registration Now Open for the NAHH OACC Workshop – April 2016
- Barbara Jack et al publish article, “Supporting family carers providing end-of-life home care: a qualitative study on the impact of a hospice at home service”.
- e-hospice article published by Kay Greene, NAHH Chair and Trustee