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New community development project to support "compassionate communities" in Scotland

The Scottish Partnership for Palliative Care (SPPC) is embarking on a new project, funded by Macmillan Cancer Support. Taking a community development approach, the project aims to support communities who are interested in taking local action to improve people’s experiences of death, dying, loss and care.

SPPC Position Paper on the Impacts of Brexit on Palliative and End of Life Care

Following desk research and engagement with our membership, SPPC has published a position paper on the potential impact of Brexit on palliative and end of life care in Scotland. A copy of the paper can be downloaded here.

Culture Strategy

The Scottish Partnership for Palliative Care has submitted a response to the Scottish Government's consultation on the Culture Strategy for Scotland.

Annual Conference 2018

Bookings are now open for our Annual Conference , which will take place on 28 November in Edinburgh.

Health and Care (Staffing) (Scotland) Bill

The SPPC has submitted a response to the Health & Sport Committee call for views on the Health and Care (Staffing) (Scotland) Bill.

SPPC response to Adults with Incapacity Act consultation

The SPPC has submitted a response to the Scottish Government's consultation on proposed reform of the Adults with Incapacity Act.

SPPC response to loneliness and isolation consultation

The SPPC has submitted a response to the Scottish Government's consultation A Connected Scotland: Tackling social isolation and loneliness and building stronger social connections.

Launch of new report: A Road Less Lonely

The Scottish Partnership for Palliative Care and Good Life, Good Death, Good Grief have published a new report looking at how to encourage more supportive attitudes and behaviours relating to death, dying and bereavement in Scotland.

To Absent Friends: Evaluation Report

November 2017 saw another successful edition of To Absent Friends, a people's festival of storytelling and remembrance. An evaluation report of the festival, based on feedback from event organisers and attendees, is now available.

Public Health Priorities for Scotland

The Scottish Partnership for Palliative Care has submitted views for consideration in the public engagement exercise on Public Health Priorities for Scotland.

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