The Glasgow Presbytery Community Responsibility Committee is hosting an event at this year's Glasgow Science Festival.
Join leading hospital consultants Prof D Robin Taylor and Dr Calvin Lightbody for this two-hour seminar, in which you’ll explore how to process the dilemmas and tensions of a medical crisis.
Dates: 11th and 12th of June 2018
Venue: Wellington Church, 77 Southpark Avenue, G12 8LE
Programme: Two complementary presentations from an Accident and Emergency Consultant and a Hospital Consultant. These will be followed by an open discussion session. The evening will finish with a case study for group discussion. Areas addressed will include - certainty or uncertainty in medical decision making; the meaning of “prognosis”; how to avoid medical harms; the importance of truthful conversations; quality versus quantity and goals of care at the end of life; should treatment ever be withdrawn? and the importance of anticipatory care planning.
Cost: Free - no need to book
Tea and coffee will be provided
The Glasgow Science Festival runs from 7th - 17th of June 2018. For more information and the full programme of events visit www.glasgowsciencefestival.org.uk
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