PRIDE 2019!

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PRIDE 2019- SAVE THE DATE 9th October 2019 held at Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice!

 

PRIDE is back for the third year running and we are now accepting submissions! The form will be available via our website shortly however in the meantime please email westmidlandcares@gmail.com for a submission form.

For those of you who are not familiar with PRIDE it is an annual event run by WMCARES aiming to showcase innovative and exciting projects within the field of Palliative and Supportive Care.

This event provides an opportunity to share best practice, enable research readiness and showcase involvement in research and other projects undertaken by our supportive and palliative care communities in the West Midlands.

As well as being an excellent opportunity to network and gain insight into the latest developments it is a day laden with educational value.

 

PRIDE 2019- SAVE THE DATE 9th October 2019 held at Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice!

How the West (Midlands) was won and where it got us…

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How the West (Midlands) was won and where it got us…

 

As of today there are only 15 spaces left for the inaugural WM CARES PRIDE!

Please email “westmidlandcares@gmail.com” asap if you want a space

As well as the WM CARES PRIDE on the horizon, we are pleased to announce 3 posters have been accepted to HospiceUK conference in Liverpool 22-24th Nov, these are…

  1. Do we prepare our patients for their digital legacy?
  2. How the West Midlands CARES about and prioritises research
  3. A retrospective study exploring subcutaneous Levetiracetam use and practice within the West Midlands

With awesome amounts of modesty, WM CARES is awesome!

“I’ve given up asking rhetorical questions. What’s the point?” – Alexei Sayle

References:

  1. How the West was won and where it got us, REM (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9BC07l2_zKU)
  2. Hospice UK conference (https://www.hospiceuk.org/what-we-offer/courses-conferences-and-learning-events/hospice-uk-annual-conf)
  3. BBC News Scotland – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-40999000