Marie Curie in England lecture series

Marie Curie wants to make sure that everyone has access to the care and support they need when they’re living with a terminal illness.

We know there are many people who don’t get the care and support they need. This may be because of the nature of their illness, where they live, how old they are, their ethnicity or their sexual orientation or one or more of a number of other factors. 

We also know that care for people at the end of their lives will inevitably become a more pressing issue as people live longer and need more complex care towards the end of life. 

The Marie Curie England lecture series aims to explore these issues, giving an audience the opportunity to hear from experts working in other areas.

At each lecture there will be a panel discussion offering the opportunity for the audience to get involved. 

All of our lectures are free to attend, but you’ll need to register your place using the instructions below.

'Caring for people with dementia at the end of life’

Wednesday 17 January 2018

Introduction: Liz Kendall MP

Keynote speaker: Dr Liz Sampson, University College London

Followed by a panel discussion with:

Martina Kane and Rachel Hutchings, Alzheimer’s Society; and Marie Cooper, Hospice UK.

The lecture will be held at 5.30pm – 7.00pm in the Jubilee Room, Palace of Westminster. Refreshments will be available.

If you'd like to attend, please email with your name and contact details, plus any requirements you may have. Places will be filled on a first come first serve basis.

Past events

‘Issues faced by the LGBT community in accessing end of life care’

Wednesday 7 December 2016

Introduction: Stuart Andrew MP

Keynote speaker: Professor Richard Harding, King’s College London

Followed by a panel discussion with:

Steve Marshall, Palliative Care Team, King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Nigel Dodds, Consultant Nurse, Community Palliative Care, St. Christophers Hospice and Jenny-Anne Bishop, Transgender Activist

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