|A Graceful Death exhibition and project is part of Dying Matters Awareness Week.|
You are invited to take part in the events planned for the week, each day covers a different aspect of end of life.
2 - 4pm daily and 6 - 8 in the evenings.
Thursday 22 May "Supporting the Dying"
Friday 23 May "Communicating with the Dying"
Discussions chaired by
Bobbie Farsides, Professor of Clinical & Biomedical Ethics, Brighton and Sussex Medical School
Alan Bedford, Non Exec Director Martlets Hospice, child protection consultant & former NHS CEO.
Speakers include palliative care consultants and nurses, end of life care staff, hospital chaplains, consultants in care of the elderly, soul midwife Mandy Preece, and me, talking about telling the stories of the dying through art and words.
Plus Dementia Information Sessions by Dementia Friends Champion Nigel Spencer.
Check back on this site soon for the names of the speakers
|Claire Rudland, the latest sitter for the A Graceful Death Exhibition. Claire's words for this painting are below|
Grateful thanks to Team AGD Brighton for all the hard work and dedication -
Nigel Spencer, palliative care nurse at St Catherine's Hospice and hypnotherapist for cancer sufferers, Revd Canon Peter Wells, senior chaplain Royal Sussex County Hospital and
Rachel Reed George, lecturer in palliative care St Barnabas Hospice.