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Research into global interventions at the end of life presented at UK Palliative Care Congress 2016

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Professor David Clark speaking at the UK Palliative Care Congress 2016

We’ve gathered together the audio, presentation slides and a transcript of a talk which Professor David Clark gave at the UK Congress of Palliative Care in Glasgow on Wednesday 9 March 2016. Listen to or download an audio recording of the talk and audience question and answer session Watch the slides while listening to the… Continue reading

The influence of philosophy, theology and spirituality in the work of Dame Cicely Saunders

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Martina Holder-Franz and David Clark

In this podcast, theologian Martina Holder-Franz and Professor David Clark talk about the influence of philosophy, theology and spirituality in the work of Dame Cicely Saunders, who is often described as the founder of the modern hospice movement. This conversation was recorded during the Symposium on the Life and Work of Cicely Saunders organised by… Continue reading

End of life care in Scottish hospitals: opportunities for further engagement

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the panel at the End of Life Care in Scottish hospitals seminar, Glasgow, November 2015

Marie Curie Scotland and the University of Glasgow co-hosted a seminar End of life care in Scottish hospitals: opportunities for wider engagement. Full coverage of the event is now available. The seminar provided a platform for discussion about end of life care in Scotland, focusing on the healthcare and policy implications of research into the imminence… Continue reading

Community participation in palliative care: A conversation with Dr Devi Vijay and Dr Shahaduz Zaman

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Dr Shahaduz Zaman in conversation with Dr Devi Vijay

As a medical anthropologist on the Wellcome Trust funded project  Global Interventions at the End of Life, I am interested in community participation in palliative care. In our study we are investigating the transfer and translation of a range of end of life interventions, across cultures and settings. One of these is the Neighbourhood Networks in Palliative Care… Continue reading

Hear Cicely Saunders in her final recorded interview with Professor David Clark

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Dame Cicely Saunders, photographed during her final interview with David Clark, March 2005

Dame Cicely Saunders died at St Christopher’s Hospice on 14 July 2005, at the age of 87.  This is an interview I recorded with her just a few months earlier. I first met Dame Cicely in 1995 and over the next decade we worked together on various projects. She was a keen supporter of my work… Continue reading