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Plenary presentations

WELCOMING CEREMONY
Artistic track by Julie Rodeyns and Else Gien Statema
pdf file0_JulieRodeynsElseGienStatema.pdf (3.17 MB)


PLENARY 1: DEVELOPING COMPASSIONATE CITIES
Invited Lecture Developing Compassionate Bruges and Compassionate Herzele
by Ruth Raes, Belgium:pdf file1_RuthRaes.pdf (4.63 MB)
 

PLENARY 2: HOW TO MAKE PALLIATIVE CARE POLICIES MORE PUBLIC HEALTH MINDED
Video presentation: Hans Kluge (WHO Europe)
Invited lecture Integrated Care Viktoria Stein (The Netherlands):pdf file2_ViktoriaStein.pdf (2.28 MB)

PLENARY 3: LEARNING FROM NEIGHBORS: LEARNING FROM RELATED MOVEMENTS
Invited Lecture Caring communities by Liesbeth De Donder (Belgium): pdf file3_LiesbethDeDonder.pdf (1.71 MB)
Invited Lecture: Social justice and participation by Sarah Banks (UK): pdf file3_SarahBanks.pdf (1.84 MB)
Invited Lecture: Peer support by Kate Lorig (USA):pdf file3_KateLorig.pdf (2.67 MB)
 

PLENARY 4: RESEARCH AND EVALUATION OF COMPASSIONATE COMMUNITIES
Invited Lecture Evaluating comcoms by Joachim Cohen (Belgium):
pdf file4_JoachimCohen.pdf (5.98 MB)
Invited Lecture Evaluation of caring communities by Merel Visse (The Netherlands/USA): 
pdf file4_MerelVisse.pdf (811 KB)

 

PLENARY 5: DIVERSITY, INCLUSION AND EQUITY IN COMPASSIONATE COMMUNITIES
Invited Lecture Peer-to-peer learning for equity in cancer prevention; lessons learned for compassionate communities by Lena Sharp (Sweden): pdf file5_LenaSharp.pdf (2.64 MB)
Invited Lecture Where are the forgotten people in palliative care by Philip Larkin (Switzerland): pdf file5_PhilipLarkin.pdf (2.81 MB)
Invited Lecture Homelessness and poverty by Naheed Dosani (Canada): pdf file5_NaheedDosani.pdf (3.02 MB)
Invited Lecture Towards a compassionate museum by Isabel Vermote (Belgium): pdf file5_IsabelVermote.pdf (4.08 MB)

 

PLENARY 6: DEMOCRATIZING GRIEF AND BEREAVEMENT
Invited Lecture: Grief and bereavement in compassionate communities: who can play a role and how?
by Samar Aoun (Australia):pdf file6_SamarAoun.pdf (6.32 MB)
Invited Lecture: Towards a warmer mourning culture by Pieter Deknudt (Belgium): pdf file6_PieterDeknudt.pdf (6.35 MB)
 

CONFERENCE WRAP UP
Carol Tishelman, Scientific Committee:pdf file7_CarolTishelmanFinalPlenarySummary.pdf (5.71 MB)

Abstract book in Palliative Care & Social Practice

Please find the link to the abstract book here

Palliative Care & Social Practice is an open access, international, peer-reviewed journal, partnered with Public Health Palliative Care International, and officially endorsed by the EAPC Reference Group on Public Health and Palliative Care, and by the End-of-Life Care (EOLC) Research Group – VUB and Ghent University. All articles are listed on PubMed, PubMed Central and Scopus. The journal publishes on all aspects of palliative care, with a particular emphasis on social approaches to palliative care such as public health perspectives and civic/community developments and actions – as well as publishing on clinically oriented symptom management.

Please visit the journal homepage for more information:
https://journals.sagepub.com/home/pcr. You can also email the Managing Editor
Georgia Patey on georgia.patey@sagepub.co.uk with pre-submission enquiries.

Poster awards

Scientific Award

Abstract number 258: Clément Meier, Perceptions and knowledge of end-of-life medical situations among older adults in Switzerland

pdf filePoster Clement Meier.pdf (1.3 MB)

 
Audience Award

Abstract number 59: Anne van Driessche, Recruitment and retention in palliative care trials: challenges and strategies

pdf filePoster Anne van Driessche (4.97 MB)

 

Poster Design Award

Abstract number 261: Julie Rodeyns, Fostering empathy and compassion through art observation

Poster Julie Rodeyns

 

More information? please contact endoflifecare@vub.be

Pictures

Pictures by © Jan D’Hondt / Ateljé 

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© Jan D’Hondt / Ateljé D

Other pictures

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Artists in residence

Rasa Alksnyte, Anaïs Chabeur, Florin Flueras, Fiona Hallinan, oracle (Michel Yang, Caroline Daish & Justine Maxelon), Hoda Siahtiri, Luca Vanello and Ellen Lili Vanderstraeten.

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Hoda Siahtiri©Rasa Alksnyte

Artwork by Ekkapop Sittiwanatana

Artist and project manager from CoCo Foundation Thailand. Contact: ekk814@gmail.com

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Ekkapop Sittiwanatana