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Still an opportunity to avail of this education - until Friday 12th April 2024.

This virtual conference is for health and social care professionals, organisations delivering care and colleagues involved in commissioning palliative and end of life care.

The conference is relevant for all who wish to improve patients' and families' care by understanding and using outcome measurement and data to underpin quality improvement methodologies.

  • Learn about patient reported outcome and experience measures
  • Hear about the use of outcome measures in practice to drive improvements in care
  • Think about the presentation of data and feedback to your teams
  • Listen to the national direction of travel
  • Discuss your thoughts with colleagues

I look forward to welcoming you to this exciting and informative day.

This session will be recorded to enable viewing after the event

Mary Miller

Location: Virtual

Educational Credits:

+ Speakers

Chairs: Professor Bee Wee & Dr Mary Miller

Confirmed speakers:
1. Professor Fliss Murtagh, Professor of Palliative Care at Hull York Medical School, Director of the Wolfson Palliative Care Research Centre and an NIHR Senior Investigator: Patient reported outcome measures
2. Chris Graham, CEO Picker Institute: Patient reported experience measures
3. Dr Brian Creedon, NOCA Clinical Director, Chair of the Working Group for the National Review of Clinical Audit and Consultant in palliative medicine, Ireland
4. Sarah Churchill and the team at

+ Course Programmes

08:35 Login
08:50 Welcome and Introduction
09:00 Introduction to outcome measures in palliative care: learning from the RESOLVE project- Prof Fliss Murtagh
10:00 Break
10:10 Patient related experience measure - Chris Graham
11:10 Coffee/Tea Break
11:30 To measure and or not to measure? That is the question. - Dr Brian Creedon
12:30 Break
13:00 Generating Insights that Transform Outcomes: Learning Lessons from Other Sectors. - Sarah Churchill & Team
14.00 Wrap up and feedback
14:15 End of day

+ Course Aims

The course aims to provide participants with:
- Knowledge to inform and update your practice
- Knowledge that is delivered by expert speakers
- Knowledge that develops between the speakers and the audience during questions and discussions
- Knowledge to bring back to your workplace
- Knowledge and skills to help you develop your portfolio of evidence for appraisal and revalidation
- A means of ensuring your practice is at the cutting edge
- Time for thinking, questions and reflection