Faith in Older People and the Church of Scotland Guild in collaboration with Scottish Partnership for Palliative Care hosted a conference on 27 November 2019. When faced with the reality of deteriorating health, caring responsibilities, death or bereavement, people need many things from the NHS and other formal services, and from their friends, families and […]
The following are the presentations (PowerPoint and PDF) given by the various speakers at our Conference on Tuesday 17 September 2019 02 Mary Marshall Jenny Henderson One Step at a Time 03 Catriona Robertson Worshipping with people with dementia 04 Vicky Attwood Mearns Kirk Helping Hands Ian Britton’s promotional video featuring Jennifer Bute 06 Tamara […]
The aim of the roundtable was to provide an opportunity to consider what we understood as ageing well, why the spiritual dimension matters and to produce some action points. It was an informal programme with presentations and discussion. FiOP previously held a very stimulating and informative roundtable on the Theology of Ageing which will also […]
This was the question we addressed in a Roundtable discussion in October 2018 with presentations from distinguished speakers and questions posed from an invited group of participants. Our speakers included Professor John Swinton, Aberdeen University Dr Peter Kevern, Associate Professor at Staffordshire University In relation to the question, they addressed the issue of whether theology […]
Presentation by Lawrence Mearns, Scottish Government at the FIOP hosted ‘Loneliness and Isolation Conference’ in March 2019.
Presentation by Kiren Zubairi at the FIOP hosted ‘Loneliness and Isolation Conference’ in March 2019.
Paul Okroj presentation at the FIOP hosted ‘Loneliness and Isolation Conference’ in March 2019.
Professor Sir Harry Burns, Professor of Global Health at Strathclyde University, delivered this presentation in November 2015.