‘The way people die remains in the memory of those who live on’: Dr Kathryn Mannix and Julie New in conversation with Hospice UK’s Tracey Bleakley

Event Details

Date:
29 October 2020
Event Region:
London
Contact Name: Imogen Thomas, Campaigns Manager
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Organisation:
Hospice UK
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It is both healthy and normal to discuss the dead, to remember people we have lost and to support each other through the emotion these memories trigger. Grief is a natural response to losing someone you love and cherish – there is no right or wrong way to grieve and everyone experiences it differently.
 
In this webinar, personal recovery coach Julie New and former palliative care doctor and end of life campaigner Dr Kathryn Mannix in conversation with Hospice UK CEO Tracey Bleakley will be exploring how we might prepare well for our own deaths, how that preparation can help family and friends in their grief, and how to support people grieving who have experienced the death of someone they love. 
 
Thursday 29 October 2020, 7 - 8.30pm

About the speakers

 
Julie New
 
 
 
Julie is a personal recovery coach and author, whose years of experience in nursing and life experiences of bereavement enable her to provide a wise and supportive personal recovery coaching service. 
 
 
Dr Kathryn Mannix

 
Kathryn was a palliative care doctor who uses her experience in care at the end of life to campaign for better public understanding of dying. 
 
 
Tracey Bleakley
 

Tracey is the Chief Executive of Hospice UK, and of its subsidiary, the Gold Standards Framework. Tracey joined Hospice UK in January 2016 and before then was CEO of the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners. 

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