Generating evidence to understand and address issues related to financial insecurity at the end of life is one of Marie Curie’s core research aims, and is more important than ever before given the cost of living crisis happening across the UK.
In this session chaired by Dr Sam Royston we will look at how research can be used to support learning, campaigning and policy recommendations.
This session will include the following presentations:
Welcome to day two of the conference
Dying in the Margins: Findings from a Visual Methods Study About the End of Life Experiences of People Experiencing Financial Hardship and Deprivationwith Dr Naomi Richards (University of Glasgow)
Dying in Poverty: Exploring poverty at the end of life in the UK with Dr Juliet Stone (University of Loughborough) and Mark Jackson (Marie Curie)
Selected abstracts on financial insecurity:
Choices and responsibilities: reflecting on language and narratives used by professionals providing palliative care in socially disadvantaged areaswith Dr Maddy French
Understanding aims, successes and challenges of palliative care and homelessness projects across the UK with Jodie Crooks
Facilitating Access to Hospice Care in Socially Deprived Areas: A Mixed Methods Multiple Case Study with Dr Maddy French