The programme includes:
‘What is new in Health Care?’ Dr Peter Rookes, 3rd Sector Liaison Officer, Birmingham Council of Faiths, Lay Adviser Bham CrossCity CCG
‘Spirituality & Disability’ Christopher Barber, Full-time care giver, RCN West Midlands Board member, Lay Cistercian.
Advocacy & Dignity Champions’ Margaret Harries, Lead Nurse-Older Adults
‘Researching the Sandwell “Chaplains for Wellbeing” service’ Dr Peter Kevern, Associate Professor in Values in Care, Staffordshire University
‘The role of Faith in Mental Health’ Daniel Singleton, Director, Faith Action
‘Palliative & End of Life Care’ Gabrria-Nivas Ravy, Senior Operations Officer Birmingham CrossCity CCG
‘Religion & the NHS Equality Delivery System’ Michelle Dunne, Interim Manager for Equality and Diversity, Birmingham CrossCity CCG
Tea and coffee can be purchased at the refreshment bar, but please bring your own packed lunch.
The Orchard Learning and Resource Centre is accessible by the 61, 63 and 98 buses from the City Centre and approximately 15 minutes’ walk from Selly Oak Station. Free parking is available around the site.