During term-time, we hold Research Seminars every second month on days and times which we hope will suit both our global and local audience.
Seminar speakers across many disciplines are invited to speak about their research and/or experiences in the field of end of life care in the form of a 40 minute presentation. Staff and students of Lancaster University and especially all members of our IOELC Network group are invited to attend these seminars and are particularly invited to actively join in the discussion that follows the presentation.
If you wish to be kept updated about our future research seminars, we would encourage you to sign up for IOELC Network membership. For more information, visit the Network and people tab on this page.
Thursday, 28th February 2019, 1030 - 1200, Seminar Room A18, Charles Carter Building, Lancaster University
"Improving palliative care in nursing and care homes: the EU funded PACE project"
A joint research seminar between Lancaster's Centre for Ageing Research and the IOELC, we are pleased to welcome Professor Lieve Van den Block, Professor of Communication and Education in Family Medicine Chair of the Ageing and Palliative Care Research Programme End of Life Care Research Group, Vrije University Brussels, Belgium.
Professor Van den Block will be describing key issues in ageing and end of life care for older people living in nursing homes in Europe drawing upon a large European Commission funded study called PACE.
Download the flyer: IOELC-C4AR Seminar 280219
Following each Research Seminar and where the relevant permissions from the speakers have been granted, the presentation is posted on this site as either a PDF document, a link to a recording of the presentation or both. IOELC Network members will be notified by email when the previous seminar's presentation is available via the network email list.