Advance Directive Workshop

Most Scots don’t even make a will (which, lets face it, only deals with your possessions) but we should also draft a document so that there is no doubt about how we want to be treated at the end of life. This is especially important if you can no longer make decisions about your health and what medical treatment you wish.

Sue Wilkinson, Professor of Feminist and Health Studies at Loughborough University, is the main speaker, at Renfield St Stephen Centre, Glasgow, 2pm.  There will also be an opportunity to share ideas and discuss your hopes and fears about end of life choices.

‘Advance Directive’, sometimes known as a living will, may sound dry and dusty stuff.  But if you want your family, doctor, consultant, lawyer, carer or nearest and dearest to take heed of your final wishes, this document could ensure that your choice is adhered to, perhaps when you are suffering intolerably.

This is a free event, do come along and bring any interested friends. Tea and Coffee will be served from 3.30pm onwards.


April 23rd, 2016 2:00 PM through 4:00 PM


Renfield St Stephen Church Hall
260 Bath Street
Glasgow, G2 4JP
United Kingdom