This article was originally from eHospice.
Some 3,300 participants, with another 30,000 people watching the exhibition online, attended the ‘Happy Death Day’ palliative care and death awareness exhibition. The exhibition consisted of various zones, consisted of a talk on how to prepare for death and a ‘Last Talk’ session where people diagnosed with terminal illnesses share their experiences, feelings, hopes and dreams. The second day saw participants reflecting on their lives while lying in a coffin at the exhibition and interacting with speakers, patients, carers and the healthcare team at the ‘Death Cafe’, a casual setting to promote conversations on palliative care or death-related issues.
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An exhibition is an interactive way to promote awareness of hospice and palliative care during World Hospice and Palliative Care Day 2017. Email us at [email protected] to let us know what activities you will be having to celebrate and support hospice and palliative care.