This all-day event will be taking place at The Royal Liverpool University Hospital on the 17th May from 8:30am.
Who can attend?
People whom have been affected by pancreatic disease, including pancreatic cancer, are invited to attend the 6th National Pancreatic Patient and Public Forum.
The event also welcomes healthcare professionals, with an interest in the field. There will be a range of opportunities to network with other healthcare professionals throughout the day.
What will the day involve?
The event is an opportunity to hear a variety of specialist healthcare professionals discuss their research and outcomes. As well as topics such as dietary requirements and mental health issues in relation to pancreatic disease.
Not only is the event an opportunity to learn more about pancreatic disease, it’s also a chance to provide feedback and share your own thoughts and experiences with the disease.
Throughout the day their will be regular coffee breaks and a lunch break, so that you can gather your thoughts ready for the final session of the day which is a questions to panel session.
How to attend?
The event is free to attend. Simply email: or phone: 0151 706 2308 to find out more and request a reservation form.