Our 2023 inequity session looks at research focusing on gender inequities, chaired by Dr Jamilla Hussain (Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust and Bradford Institute for Health Research).
This will be followed by abstract presentations exploring other inequities within palliative and end of life care.
This session will include the following presentations:
Welcome to day four of the conference
Addressing gender inequities in palliative care: next stepswith Professor Merryn Gott (University of Auckland)
Shining a light on invisibility; exploring gender differences in palliative and end of life care with Dr Nicola White (Marie Curie Palliative Care Research Department, UCL), Dr Briony Hudson (Marie Curie), Ellie Wagstaff (Marie Curie) & Bethan Edwards (Marie Curie)
Selected abstracts on inequities:
LGBT+ partner bereavement: an in depth qualitative interview study and appraisal of the Acceptance-Disclosure Model of LGBT+ bereavement with Dr Katherine Bristowe
The Role of Anticipatory Prescribing in Care Homes: identifying dying, complying with regulations and preventing death in hospital – a qualitative studywith Dr Diana Teggi
Experience of racial prejudice or discrimination in palliative care settings – a survey of UK specialist palliative care services with Gurpreet Gupta