The Digital Legacy Conference is a not for profit event and free for all to attend. We are able to provide the conference, food and drinks for free to delegates due to the kind support from our sponsors. The generosity from our sponsors help to reduce the costs incurred when running the conference each year.
Recognised by the Council of Europe and with a focus on lobbying and advocacy through education, the EAPC provides a forum for all of those either working, or with an interest in palliative care throughout Europe and beyond. Currently the EAPC has 59 member associations from 33 European countries and also has individual members from 52 countries globally. Members are engaged in palliative care across the lifespan from a range of perspectives: specialist and generalist clinical practice, education, professional groups, policy and research. The EAPC is respectful of the cultural and political diversity of our members and aims to speak with ‘one voice and one vision’ on matters that are important in palliative care. The EAPC lobbies and advocates for the development of palliative care through its activities and through its work in developing the practice of palliative care.
The Digital Legacy Association is the international professional body dedicated to raising the quality of end of life care in all areas relating to digital asset and digital legacy. Our mission is to help ensure that everyone’s end of life wishes are met both in the real world and the digital realm. They do this by supporting the general public and by developing standards, frameworks and toolkits with charities and organisations that address end of life. The Digital Legacy Association run the Digital Legacy Conference in a different location each year.
Each year the Digital Legacy Conference is funded by the generosity and support of our sponsors.
In late February 2019 we will look to secure sponsorship for this year’s conference. The money raised will help pay for attendees food and drinks.