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‘Matters of Life and Death’

Published on: Author: Amy McCreadie Leave a comment

                      Glasgow End of Life Studies Group is proud to present: ‘Matters of Life and Death’ a series of free events from 20th to 22nd November in Dumfries. With Sunday Times Best Selling Author Dr Kathryn Mannix and Visiting Professor Lars Johan Materstvedt, as well… Continue reading

Montreal 2018 – Compassion and Caring as a Way Through

Published on: Author: Maria McGill Leave a comment

Montreal is an amazing, diverse city, rich in heritage and culture. It is also a city of contradictions – a paradox. It is city built on a river and one of the most important ports in Canada and yet it’s almost 1,000 miles from the sea! On first viewing Montreal is also clearly a North… Continue reading

An invitation to an end of life community event in Dumfries, Scotland

Published on: Author: Marian Krawczyk Leave a comment
Marian Krawczyk and Margaret Dobie

This invitation stems from meeting Margaret Dobie, who I first got to know last fall, shortly after I arrived in Dumfries to join the Glasgow End of Life Studies Group. Margaret has attended many of the Group’s community events in Dumfries and Galloway over the last two years, and when I wrote my first post… Continue reading

Invitation to a summer postgraduate workshop on witnessing at the end of life

Published on: Author: Solveiga Zibaite Leave a comment
Solveiga Zibaite

I’m delighted to announce that we are hosting a free postgraduate student workshop on Witnessing at the End of Life, which will take place on the 11th and 12th of June 2018. This two day workshop is designed for postgraduate students by postgraduate students. My fellow PhD student Jacqueline Kandsberger and I are organising the event… Continue reading

End of life issues in hospitals: Comparing Scotland, Denmark and New Zealand

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(left to right) Lene Jarlbaek, Merryn Gott, David Clark, Richard Meade

This is a chance to enjoy recordings of three leading academics presenting their research into end of life in hospitals in Scotland, Denmark and New Zealand and hear them comparing the differences between the three countries in a lively public discussion. We’d love you to join in the discussion, so please leave your comments or… Continue reading

Truth is the first casualty in the war against pain

Published on: Author: Clare Roques Leave a comment
Clare Roques

Pain is a far-reaching phenomenon, present in all of our lives, whether it be the daily pain of hunger, the pain of loss, of bereavement, or following trauma, a heart attack or long-term disease, even terminal cancer. Untreated pain is a great burden – to individuals who suffer emotionally and are predisposed to further complications… Continue reading