Bridget Taylor is a Senior Specialist Nurse in the community palliative care team at Sir Michael Sobell House hospice in Oxford (UK). In addition to her clinical work, Bridget has been a senior lecturer at Oxford Brookes University for over 20 years, teaching a variety of courses on sexuality, end of life care and research methods. Her doctoral research explored the experiences of sexuality and intimacy for patients and partners of patients living with a life-limiting illness. Bridget has published extensively and her co-authored Extended PLISSIT model for addressing sexual well-being has been widely adopted.
Join us for her session on Monday, June 24 from
12:00 - 1:00pm to learn how to identify practical strategies for addressing sex and intimacy when supporting individuals living with chronic wounds, stomas or continence care issues. For additional information about the session,
Start off WOCNext 2019 with some fun and games! Relax and enjoy complimentary drinks and snacks, and mingle with the best in our field. Join in on some friendly competition by playing at our game stations and get to know your fellow WOCNext attendees.
Don't forget to take photos at our Selfie Station and with our WOCNext logo, and share the fun on social media using the hashtag
This networking reception is free but registration is required.
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Join us on a fun, delicious, and educational walking food tour. Tourists and locals love this experience! Local Tastes of Nashville is a walking food tour with a taste of history, in two popular must see areas.
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