Online Special Event: Dr Kathryn Mannix

Online Special Event: Dr Kathryn Mannix

Our colleagues at Palliative Care Tasmania are pleased to host a FREE special online event with Dr. Kathryn Mannix, a palliative care consultant, writer and thought leader and have opened this event up to everyone from community members to professionals.

Kathryn is the author of Sunday Times bestselling book ‘With the End in Mind’ and her latest book, ‘Listen’ explores the art of tender conversations.

SPEAKER: International Palliative Care Speaker, Dr Kathryn Mannix (UK)

SESSION: Listening Skills and the Art of Conversation

DATE: Thursday 9th November 2023

TIME: 7am – 8am AEST


A Zoom link will be provided to registered participants a day prior to the event.

Dr. Mannix joins us live from the UK to discuss her latest book and explore ‘Listening Skills and the Art of Conversation’.

Kathryn will share her views on being more open about death and dying, explaining how the healthcare profession can help.

About the Speaker

Dr. Mannix has spent her medical career working with people who have incurable, advanced illnesses. She started possibly the world’s first Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) clinic exclusively for palliative care patients and devised “CBT First Aid” training to allow those working in the sector to add new skills to further assist palliative care patients. Dr. Mannix has worked in teams in hospices, hospitals and patients’ own homes, optimising quality of life even as death is approaching. Having worked with many thousands of dying people, she has found their ability to deal with illness and death both fascinating and inspirational. Dr. Mannix believes better public awareness about what happens as we die would reduce fear and enable people to discuss what matters most, with the people who matter the most to them.

This Special Event Speaker Series begins at 7:00 a.m. AEST and will conclude at 8:00 a.m. and includes a 15-minute Q&A session with Dr. Mannix. So, grab a coffee and join us online.

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