Get involved in talking about end-of-life care and funeral planning

Thanks to Sarah Gibson, Research Associate, Victoria and Stuart Project at Kingston University for submitting this extended blog on the Victoria and Stuart Project. 

Preparing well for death is one of the most important things we can get right for the people we support and care for. As one of our advisors pointed out it is only irrelevant for people who are immortal!

Helping people who are facing serious illness to talk about and think through plans for what we want whilst we’re still alive is also vital.

We know it’s not easy for any of us to think & talk about being very ill, death and dying.

But that is what the Victoria and Stuart Project led by Professor Irene Tuffrey-Wijne at Kingston University has been doing for the last couple of years.

To read the full version please click here 

If you’d like to help test our end of life care planning toolkit by:-

  • try out the resources during December 2023 or January 2024
  • give us feedback on what you did and how it went (by end of Jan)

If so, please sign up as a Toolkit Tester in our study

  1. Read our Participant Information sheet here
  2. Sign up as a Victoria and Stuart Project Toolkit Tester here
  3. Contact Sarah Gibson with any questions

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