About this theme
This theme covers topics relating to improving palliative and end-of-life care, particularly for less common life-limiting conditions. It is one of our current Fellowship programmes and has been developed in partnership with Marie Curie and the Burdett Trust for Nursing. Fellows’ stories
Report Supporting children with a dying parent
By Steve Marshall, 2020
Fellows' updates November 2022 Fellow's update: Steve Marshall
Honorary Senior Lecturer Steve Marshall (CF 2020) presented his Fellowship learnings from Scandinavia in a webinar hosted by the Child Bereavement Network, as part of Children’s Grief Awareness Week on 17 November. Steve’s Fellowship explored best practice in supporting children with a dying parent.
By Steve Marshall, 2022
Fellows' updates April 2022 Fellows' update: Amara Nwosu
Senior lecturer Dr Amara Nwosu (CF 2020) has contributed to a study on technology in palliative care published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR) this month. Amara’s Fellowship will research how digital health technologies can be used effectively to improve palliative care.
By Amara Nwosu, 2022
Report Extending the scope and reach of palliative day services
By Kathy Birch, 2018
By Maggie Bolger, 2018
Report Creating legacy projects with patients in hospital, hospice and home
By Anna Magnowska, 2016