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There are a range of different ways to get involved.

People from each borough are invited to join health care professionals and staff from our services to share their views and experiences.

These workshops will ​support how we develop a model of care for future community palliative care services and aim to address some of the key challenges highlighted in the independent review of services, in collaboration with local people.


The workshops will each have a different theme and be held on the following dates:

  • Workshop 1 – Access’, 30 September 6-8pm, Wembley Centre for Health & Care. Register to attend here.
  • Workshop 2 – ‘Care’, 7 October 9-12pm, St Paul’s Church, Hammersmith. Register to attend here.
  • Workshop 3 – ‘Aftercare & bereavement support’ 24 October 3-6pm, Museum of Brands Ladbroke Grove​. Register to attend here.



Patient & public working group

People are also invited to participate in the on-going development of this work by joining the ‘The patient & public palliative care working group’which will work closely with our steering group of clinicians, palliative care service and commissioning staff.

The group will be representative across the four boroughs and will meet monthly. Find out more in the ‘job description’ and send in your application to join, also attached along with a poster promoting the workshops.


For more information please visit website.


Click here to view/download a poster.

To see Palliative care update click here.

To view / download the NW London equalities monitoring form, click here.



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