Terminal and Palliative Care; The Christian Way

The Annual Conference of the CMA in Twickenham: Terminal and Palliative Care; The Christian Way

Saturday 23rd April 2022.
St Mary’s Catholic University, Twickenham

• What is good palliative care?
• How do we respect and care for the dying?
• What are the ethical issues in Terminal and Palliative Care?

Speakers include 
Prof David Jones Professor of Ethics at St Mary’s and Oxford  Universities,
Dr. Pia Matthews,
Professor Bill Noble,
Dr. Dominic Whitehouse,
Dr. Adrian Treloar,
Dr Philip Howard.
For more details and to book contact cygnetdoc@aol.com or cmaconf39@gmail.com
www.catholicmedicalasociation. org.uk / www.cmq.org.uk

Conference and AGM 2020: Healthcare at the Margins

Postponed due to COVID-19 outbreak


The Church’s work countering modern Slavery, Rt Rev Bishop P Lynch, Chair of the Committee for Overseas Mission CBEW

Mental health of refugees, Paul Farmer CBE, Chief Executive of Mind

The Jesuit Refugee Centre, Nicholas Hanrahan, Community Outreach Officer

Understanding the needs of our Gypsy and Traveller Families, Lisa Gavin Clinical Lead for Inclusion Health and Gypsy and Traveller Health projects Surrey

Euthanasia: A secular or religious issue?, Michael Wee Education and Research Officer, The Anscombe Bioethics Centre, Oxford

Issues in Palliative Care, Dr Marie Joseph MB BS FRCP Medical Director & Consultant in Palliative Medicine, St Raphael’s Hospice, Surrey and Macmillan Consultant, Epsom & St Heliers Hospital