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Hospice Advisory Group
Your experience is important to St Nicholas Hospice Care.
The Hospice Advisory Group is a forum of people who have experience of caring, death and/or grief. We want to know people’s stories, what is important to them, what went well and what could be better to help us support people when faced with dying.
What is the Hospice Advisory Group?
The Hospice Advisory Group is a forum of people who have experience in death and grief. Based on personal stories and experiences, the group contribute to the development and improvement of services and information.
When does the Group meet?
The group meets virtually four times a year.
Who can be involved in the Group?
The Hospice recognises the positive value of diversity and promotes equality. We welcome and encourage experiences of people from all backgrounds, including: age, gender, ethnicity, religion, spiritual belief, sexual orientation and disabilities.
Anyone with experience in death or grief can be a member of the Hospice Advisory Group. If you or someone you know are interested in joining the group, please get in touch on 01284 766133 or email email@example.com.
Issues that the group has previously contributed to include:
- Listen Learn Adapt
- Refurbishment of the Hospice ward and therapeutic rooms
- Hospice car parking
- The speed of referrals from hospitals and other organisations
- Hospice publicity
- Ways for patients and families to get involved