How can wellbeing evidence improve the lives of people living with terminal illness?


 Health is one of the most important drivers of our wellbeing, so while we might assume that it would remain the focus for people at the end of their life, we’re starting to understand that this skews towards autonomy and independence as people get sick – the ‘what we do’ factor becomes crucial. Loss of income and the breakdown of relationships are two other factors that can negatively affect the wellbeing of those with terminal illness. Employment can be important in helping to tackle this – as it affects so many other drivers of wellbeing, specifically relationships, finance and skills… Clair Fisher, a long-time associate of the Centre. Clair is a policy professional and former senior civil servant, recently retired due to her own cancer diagnosis.
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