The need for good bereavement care has been up front and centre these last few weeks.
Both National Bereavement Care Pathway professional stakeholder events, held last week in Manchester and London, were fully booked, with around 120 attendees from 90 different organisations in attendance. There was a huge buzz of excitement in the room as colleagues discussed the pathway’s potential, and the improvements that will come about through its implementation.
In my last blog I talked about the parent stakeholder workshops we ran earlier in the year. These were absolutely crucial to us because they will underpin the development of the National Bereavement Care Pathway; clearly we want to make sure that it is family focused, and grounded in experience.