In this section you can find details of upcoming conferences, courses and training opportunities for professionals working in the children’s palliative care sector as well as individuals who work with children with life-shortening conditions less frequently. 

Members of Together for Short Lives can promote their own events in this section by completing this form

TfSL Sharing  Learning and Networking Logo RGBTogether for Short Lives coordinates a programme of sharing, learning and networking events to bring people together from across the sector and provide the best guidance and support possible on the key issues. Click here to view a full list (below) of our masterclasses, conferences and other events for professionals with roles in leadership, care delivery, fundraising, communications and more.

Get in touch to tell us what issues you would like our events to address and any other suggestions for future conferences, meetings and networks. 

'Transition events' events:

Start date End date Name Organisation Town Details
Jan 08
Jan 08

Stepping Up To Transition - Webinar 1 of 6

Together for Short Lives
NEW Transition Webinars - transition to adulthood.
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Jan 22
Jan 22

My Perspective on Transition - Webinar 2 of 6

Together for Short Lives
Practical guidance on transition to adulthood - Webinar
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Feb 05
Feb 06

Multi-Agency planning with Young People - Webinar 3 of 6

Together for Short Lives
Webinars providing practical guidance to support implementation of Stepping Up Framework
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Feb 23
Feb 23

Importance of parallel planning for end of life care Webinar 4 of 6

Together for Short Lives
Webinar providing practical guidance to support the implementation of Stepping Up
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Mar 08
Nov 08

Bringing Together children's & adult services: Webinar 5 of 6

Together for Short Lives
Practical guidance to support the implementation standards of Stepping Up
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Mar 22
Mar 22

Relationships, Sexuality & Emotional Wellbeing - Webinar 6 of 6

Together for Short Lives
Practical guidance to support the implementation of Stepping Up
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