Death affects us all at some point in our lives. Talking about it can be difficult in present day society.
As part of To Absent Friends week, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde provided space for staff to reflect and pay tribute to those people who have died but who remain part of their lives.
The event was jointly organised by palliative care nurses and the chaplaincy service, and staff were on hand to hear stories of those who have died, if staff wanted to share those stories. Others privately paid tribute to those they had lost.
The event took place between Nov 10th to Nov 14th from 9-5pm in the chapel in Glasgow Royal Infirmary and all were welcome.
Ann Silver & Elaine O'Donnell, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde