The Digital Legacy Conference will return as a face to face event this year and will be delivered during the 18th European Association of Palliative Care World Congress (EAPC2023).
Digital Legacy Conference 2023 (DLC2023) attendees will learn about emerging best practices in areas relating to digital assets planning and digital legacy safeguarding. The event will cater for 148 people and is free to attend for all EAPC badgeholders.
The conference will take place on Saturday 17th June in the Van Cappellen Zaal. Doors will open at 8:30am, the conference will start at 9am and conclude at 12pm.
Why this conference is important
Modern day, communication technologies are changing the world. The way in which we live, the ways in which we plan for death and remember our loved one’s is increasingly moving into the digital realm. Health, social care and palliative care professionals need to adapt practice, policies and procedures to better support society with this ever-increasingly important area.
What to expect
The Digital Legacy Conference examines society’s attitudes and behaviours in relation to technology, end of life planning, death and bereavement. The conference’s goal is to empower palliative and end of life professionals to better understand this emerging space and adapt ways of working to embrace it.
Who is the Digital Legacy Conference for?
The Digital Legacy Conference is for those involved in care planning, social care, healthcare, palliative, hospice and bereavement professionals. It is also relevant for policy makers, technologists and academics working within this sector.
￼Nilay Erdem, Facebook Stakeholder and Engagement (EMEA) speaking at the Digital Legacy Conference 2019, EAPC 2019 in Berlin, Germany.
Call for abstracts / speakers
The call for abstracts has now opened. You can submit an abstract for consideration by clicking here. The closing date for abstracts is the 20th April.
The following invited speakers will be sharing insights and experiences at this year’s Digital Legacy Conference.
- Dr Ros Taylor MBE (Medical Director at Michael Sobell Hospice)
- Amarachukwu Callistus Nwosu (Senior Clinical Lecturer in Palliative Care at Lancaster Medical School & Research Lead (Marie Curie Hospice Liverpool)
- Sarah Stanley (Research nurse at Marie Curie Hospice Liverpool)
- Professor Mark Taubert (Clinical Director at Velindre University NHS Trust in Wales & Founder of TalkCPR)
- James Norris (Founder of the Digital Legacy Association & MyWishes)
Who organises the Digital Legacy Conference
- The Digital Legacy Conference is organised by The Digital Legacy Association. The Digital Legacy Association is a global organisation dedicated to raising standards and developing best practices in areas relating to digital assets planning and digital legacy safeguarding. Previous Digital Legacy Conferences have taken place at UCL Partners (London), Siena College (New York), EAPC (Berlin), St Joseph’s Hospice (London) and online from Michael Sobell Hospice (London) for EAPC in 2021.
- This year’s Digital Legacy Conference is being delivered during the 18th European Association of Palliative Care World Congress. Under the theme “Equity and Diversity in Palliative Care”, EAPC2023 will draw attention to the utmost need and goal of creating equity of fair access, opportunity, and advancement in palliative care for all people in need of this care.
If you are able to volunteer your time in Rotterdam please do get in touch
Reserve a ticket
You can register for an EAPC ticket by clicking here
Location (details and map)
This year’s EAPC and Digital Legacy Conference will take place at De Doelen in Rotterdam. The Digital Legacy Conference will take place on Saturday 17th June in the Van Cappellen Zaal room. Doors will open at 8:30am, the conference will start at 9am and conclude at 12pm (Location details).
Photo of the Van Cappellen Zaal
To learn more visit www.DigitalLegacyConference.com