Study Day – Dying is a Spiritual Practice: an exploration of the role of palliative care social work and spirituality

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Date(s) - 07/06/2019
10:00 am - 4:30 pm

Hospice UK


This will take place at Hospice UK which is easily accessible being about 10 minutes walk from Kings Cross/St Pancras and a short journey from Euston.



Hospice UK

34-44 Britannia St

Kings Cross

London WC1X 9JG


The study day will start with welcome tea/coffee at 10.00am and finish at 16:30.


A light sandwich lunch will be included.


Costs for members will be £35.00 for the day and non members £50.00.


On the agenda for the day will be:


–  Dr Christian Schulz-Quach (visiting lecturer in Palliative Care Psychiatry at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience at Kings College London) will be discussing an existentialist approach at End of Life


– Jeannet Weurman on reflections of hospice social worker


– There will be a round table discussion from Rachel Andrzejewska (Phd in Spirituality in a Hospice Context); Reverend Dr Andrew Goodhead (St Christopher’s Hospice) and Peter Fenwick (Neuropsychologist with a research background in end of life phenomena, including near death experiences)


– Tiu de Haan – ritual designer creating bespoke ceremonies to honour the thresholds in life


– Ninon van der Kroft (Death Doula and Palliative Care Social Worker) – Dying is a spiritual practice.


This event is fully booked.