This webinar presents the latest research evidence and teaching practice about end-of-life communication in clinical settings.
Moderated by Leigh Donovan, a social worker with clinical and research experience in palliative care from children, this webinar will allow you to hear from experts in this area from the International Consortium for Communication in Health Care (IC4CH):
- Interacting with child patients in paediatric palliative care (Lara Weinglass, Queensland University of Technology, Australia)
- Advance Care Planning as multi-party conversations in Singapore (KK Luke & Ni Eng Lim, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
- The emotion discourses of end-of-life care workers during the COVID-19 pandemic: Evidence from the UK (David Edmonds & Olya Zayts, Hong Kong University)
- End-of-life Communication in the Intensive Care Unit at the Canberra Hospital (Liza Goncharov, Australian National University)
- Working with the Unimaginable: Teaching Difficult Conversations about the End of Life (Elizabeth Rider, Harvard Medical School/Boston Children’s Hospital, USA)