Kerri Wheeler

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About Kerri Wheeler - Marie Curie Speaker Coordinator...

Hey there, I am Kerri the Marie Curie Speaker Coordinator and oversee the Marie Curie Speaker Programme. I am pleased to say that we have many speakers who can give talks on Marie Curie, including your local Community Fundraisers and Speaker Volunteers.

I am the central point of contact for you to request a talk.  If you can provide me with your event details and regional location, I can make sure you are put into contact with the right speaker for your event.

About Marie Curie Speakers Talks...

Our talks are delivered by either your local community fundraiser or one of our Marie Curie Speaker Volunteers.  We aim to raise awareness of our vital services, their impact and ways to support Marie Curie.
We have given talks to a wide range of different community groups and can range between 10 minutes to 45 minutes depending on your needs.

Our talks can be delivered as virtual presentations (zoom).

Fee:

All Marie Curie talks are free.  We do accept donations if you wish to make one.

My Contact Details:
Phone:

07515134704

Marie Curie Charity

Marie Curie speakers provide free talks to your organisation.

Founded in 1948 and named after the famous scientist, Marie Curie is the UK’s leading charity provider of end of life care. During 2019 we were able to directly support over 60,000 people.Our speakers aim to give you an insight into the support Marie Curie provides to individuals and their families facing terminal illness. Providing beneficiary accounts, and details around our wide range of services from expert nursing care, our information and support line, our campaigning and ground-breaking research. Tailoring our talks to reflect what is available in your area, as well as giving you a national perspective.

Marie Curie Nurses

Laura Greensall, Marie Curie Nurse, in PPE, at the Marie Curie Hospice, West Midlands.

This picture was taken in January 2021 during the covid 19 pandemic.

Patient posed by a model

If you are located within an area where we provide nursing coverage, our Marie Curie talks will have a focus on services which are provided in your area as well as people’s experiences of the support they have received.
We will still include a general overview of what we do as a charity, as covered above within the Marie Curie Charity talk.

We will be able to confirm with you if nursing coverage is provided within your area when you request your talk. If nursing coverage is not provided, please still invite us as we still do so much more which benefits your members and community.

Photograph: Laura Greensall, Marie Curie Nurse, in PPE, at the Marie Curie Hospice, West Midlands. This picture was taken in January 2021 during the COVID 19 pandemic. Patient posed by a model

Marie Curie Hospice

Entrance to Marie Curie Hospice, Belfast. 

Photo taken in April 2016.

If you are located near one of our Marie Curie hospices, our talks will have a focus on our hospice work within your area as well as people’s experiences of staying at one of our hospices.
We will still include a general overview of what we do as a charity, as covered above within the Marie Curie Charity talk.

Our hospices are in Hampstead, Cardiff, Solihull, Newcastle, Liverpool, Bradford, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Belfast.

 

 

Marie Curie Information & Support and Bereavement Line

Pictured Clinical Nurse Specialist Sam Clements with Alison Palmer.

People can speak to a Marie Curie Nurse, via the Support Line, about a clinical question or concern. The service will be staffed by the Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) team based at the Marie Curie Hospice, Cardiff and the Vale. These nurses will be known as Information and Support Nurses or Support Line Nurses.

This picture was taken in February 2019.

This is a free nation-wide service which people can access online or via their phones, and yet not many people are of them.

Our Marie Curie talks will have a stronger focus on services and the impact it is having on those who reach out to us for support.

We will still include a general overview of what we do as a charity, as covered above within the Marie Curie Charity talk.

Photograph: Caption: Pictured Clinical Nurse Specialist Sam Clements with Alison Palmer.
People can speak to a Marie Curie Nurse, via the Support Line, about a clinical question or concern. The service will be staffed by the Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) team based at the Marie Curie Hospice, Cardiff and the Vale. These nurses will be known as Information and Support Nurses or Support Line Nurses. This picture was taken in February 2019.

Kerri Wheeler Contact Details:
Phone:

07515134704