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SPPC Submission to Scottish COVID-19 Inquiry

SPPC has made a submission to the “Let’s Be Heard” listening exercise which is part of the Scottish COVID-19 Inquiry. 

Call for posters

Are you involved in a project or piece of work that you would like to showcase?  Why not display it as part of the SPPC Palliative Care Poster Parade?

Talk to action on bereavement events

Check out the first in a series of 'Moving from Talk to Action on Bereavement' events to discuss those within bereavement sector in Scotland can work together to achieve positive change. 

SPPC Annual Conference 2023

The SPPC Annual Conference will take place on 22 November at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh.  Check out the programme and book your place here.

SPPC Response to Human Rights Bill Consultation

The SPPC has submitted a response to the Scottish Government's Human Rights Bill consultation. 

Truacanta Project Report published

The Truacanta Evaluation Report has been published. The report presents the findings from this four-year 'compassionate communities' project which used a community development approach to support five communities to improve local experiences of death, dying, loss and care.

Scottish Bereavement Summit

The report of the Scottish Bereavement Summit has been published. The report draws attention to the difficulties faced by people who are grieving in Scotland, and sets out recommendations of how to address some of the key issues.

SPPC response to Review of National Outcomes

The SPPC has submitted a response to the Scottish Government's review of the National Outcomes. The SPPC response can be viewed here: SPPC Response to Review of National Outcomes

Update on the forthcoming palliative and end of life care strategy

SG has committed to developing a new strategy for palliative and end of life care, taking a whole system, population and public health approach to development and delivery.

SPPC wins award

The Scottish Partnership for Palliative Care has won the prestigious Voluntary Sector Partnership Award at this year's annual Scottish Public Service Awards.

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