This study day is aimed at nurses, doctors, complimentary therapists, chaplains, counsellors, social workers, psychologists and others working in palliative, end-of-life, or bereavement care. Click here for Churchill Hospital map.
He has held a variety of clinical roles in the acute sector, hospice, and community settings. His current work focusses on improving palliative care provision for marginalised populations, with a specific emphasis on gender and sexual minorities.
His current PhD explores the needs, preferences, and experiences of LGBT people with dementia, and their partners at the end of life.
Claude has been involved in a number of consultations to support and provide expert advice to organisations about delivering affirmative care for LGBT people nationally, and internationally.
He has been appointed the clinical champion of palliative and end of life care for gender and sexual minorities at Saint Francis Hospice, and is an Executive Board Member at the Lebanese Medical Association for Sexual Health.
Bridget Sexual minorities and hospice care has worked at Sobell House in a variety of roles since In addition to her clinical work, she was a senior lecturer at Oxford Brookes University for over 20 years, teaching a variety of courses on sexuality, end of life care and research methods. Her PhD research explored the experiences of sexuality and intimacy for patients and partners of patients living with a life-limiting illness.
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Culturally sensitive palliative care: Meeting the needs of gender and sexual minorities April This study day is aimed at nurses, doctors, complimentary therapists, chaplains, counsellors, social workers, psychologists and others working in palliative, end-of-life, or bereavement care.
Sobell House Study Centre. Lecturer in Palliative Care.