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Thursday, 22 September 2016

Café Conversations on Death and Dying

Greetings from SHEP.

The Irish Hospice Foundation has organised a series of Café Conversations on Death and Dying around Ireland.  They wish to encourage open conversations about death and also wish to prepare a submission to the government – a National Charter - in relation to people’s needs around death and dying. The organising group has asked SHEP to help publicise the Cork Café  Conversation and to encourage people to attend.  It will take place in the Wilton SMA Community Hall, next to Wilton Church and Shopping Centre on Thursday of next week – i.e. Thursday 29th September from 11.00 to 1.00.  Refreshments will be served.  All are welcome.  Please pass on the word to others in your circle.

Further details can be found below, along with a link to their online survey.

 

Many thanks –

Mary Mangan

 

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Mary Mangan

The Social and Health Education Project

Village Centre, Station Road, Ballincollig, Co. Cork.

(021) 4666180

www.socialandhealth.com

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Some meaningful interactions you can do to engage with this campaign in the coming weeks:

 

1.     Get involved with the#haveyoursayirl social media campaign inviting people to talk about dying, death and bereavement and complete www.surveymonkey.com/r/haveyoursayirl

Watch out for Have Your Say on twitter/IrishHospice and facebook/IrishHospiceFoundation – campaign kicked off this week and will build over the coming weeks.

2.     Engage with NGOs and the health sector in your circle of contacts to ensure their input is part of the Charter through email, social media and survey. Please feel free to forward on this email to your contacts.

3.     Display the attached charter poster and survey leaflet (hard copies available from IHF) 

4.     Attending or asking your contacts to attend Death Café Conversations to further engage with the public:

 

a.     Café Conversation Cork: Thursday September 29th11.00am – 1.00pm SMA Hall, Wilton 

 

 

We partnered with Limerick Compassionate Communities (part of Milford Hospice) whose experience was instrumental in this. We’ll also be active as part of Palliative care week/ International hospice day with AIIHPC.

 

If you have any feedback on this campaign, please contact us – we would love to hear your views. 

 

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pen conversations about death and also wish to prepare a submission to the government – a National Charter - in relation to people’s needs around death and dying. The organising group has asked SHEP to help publicise the Cork Café  Conversation and to encourage people to attend.  It will take place in the Wilton SMA Community Hall, next to Wilton Church and Shopping Centre on Thursday of next week – i.e. Thursday 29th September from 11.00 to 1.00.  Refreshments will be served.  All are welcome.  Please pass on the word to others in your circle.

Further details can be found below, along with a link to their online survey.

 

Many thanks –

Mary Mangan

 

Description: shep-40

Mary Mangan

The Social and Health Education Project

Village Centre, Station Road, Ballincollig, Co. Cork.

(021) 4666180

www.socialandhealth.com

P Before printing, think about the environment

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Some meaningful interactions you can do to engage with this campaign in the coming weeks:

 

1.     Get involved with the#haveyoursayirl social media campaign inviting people to talk about dying, death and bereavement and complete www.surveymonkey.com/r/haveyoursayirl

Watch out for Have Your Say on twitter/IrishHospice and facebook/IrishHospiceFoundation – campaign kicked off this week and will build over the coming weeks.

2.     Engage with NGOs and the health sector in your circle of contacts to ensure their input is part of the Charter through email, social media and survey. Please feel free to forward on this email to your contacts.

3.     Display the attached charter poster and survey leaflet (hard copies available from IHF) 

4.     Attending or asking your contacts to attend Death Café Conversations to further engage with the public:

 

a.     Café Conversation Cork: Thursday September 29th11.00am – 1.00pm SMA Hall, Wilton 

 

 

We partnered with Limerick Compassionate Communities (part of Milford Hospice) whose experience was instrumental in this. We’ll also be active as part of Palliative care week/ International hospice day with AIIHPC.

 

If you have any feedback on this campaign, please contact us – we would love to hear your views. 

 

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