End of life advocacy: online talk & discussion with the Advocacy Project

Advocacy.jpgWhat does voice, rights and choice mean for people at the end of life?

A lecture and Q&A with Jonathan Ellis
Thursday 30 April, 3-4pm
Online via Zoom (you will receive a link to the Zoom call when you have booked)
Jonathan Ellis will explore how a rights-based approach can make all the difference for a person at the end of life. You will learn how an advocate can support someone to be in control of key decisions when planning end of life care and what best interests really means in those last few days.
Jonathan Ellis is Trustee of The Advocacy Project and Director of Advocacy and Change at Hospice UK. He is a policy and public affairs professional with over 20 years experience in health and social care. He is skilled at influencing policy in complex systems, representing the interests of patients and the public, and designing successful campaigns.
Book your free place here: https://talkapr.eventbrite.co.uk