Dementia, Disability, and Human Rights One Day Conference

Dementia, Disability, and Human Rights

One Day Conference

11 June 2019

Walter Moberly 0.01

Registration - 9:30 - 9:50am

Speakers include:

  • Deciding in Dementia: The Possibilities and Limits of Supported Decision Making - Prof. Mary Donnelly, University College Cork.
  • Religion and Spiritual Belief in Dementia Care - Charlotte Emmett, Associate Professor, Northumbria Law School.
  • Living Independently withDementia - LarryGardner, Three Nations Dementia Working Group.
  • Dementia and Sexuality - Dr Oluwatoyin Sorinmade, Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust. 
  • A Hospice CEO’s Strategic Perspective on Hospice Care and Dementia - Emma Hodges, CEO, St Giles Hospice. 
  • Inequalities in End of Life and Palliative Care - Wendy Mountford, Admiral Nurse, Douglas Macmillan Hospice & Caroline Reeves, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Keele University
  • People Living with Dementia who experience Abuse and Neglect: A Human Rights Deficit? - Prof. John Williams, Aberystwyth University. 
  • The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and Dementia - Alex Ruck Keene, 39 Essex Chambers.

Event date
Event Time
9:30AM
Location
Walter Moberly 0.01
Organiser
School of Law
Contact email
law.office@keele.ac.uk
Contact telephone
+44(0)1782 733218