Developing Skills to Support Complex Discussions in End of Life Care Course is led by a group of professionals.
This experiential training programme will draw upon your existing experience, knowledge and skills in end of life communication; providing an opportunity to explore the puzzles you will have experienced in your clinical work and develop new strategies for addressing these challenges.
All dates will require full commitment, requiring you to attend all of the 4 dates.
Course Fee: £200 per person
to include all course materials and refreshments
Those applying from Rowans Hospice and Solent NHS Trust will be given free places due to funding.
Rowans Hospice, Purbrook Heath Road, Purbrook, Waterlooville, Hampshire, PO7 5RU
This course is suitable for Doctors, Allied Healthcare Professionals, Social Workers and Nurses and those
working in Nursing Homes. Having some form of difficult or complex conversations in end of life care within job role is a course requirement.
This is an experiential communications course that will support practitioners:
- to communicate effectively with patients, family members, carers and the bereaved on complex issues relating to end of life care, death, dying and bereavement – NHS KSF (level 4)
- to provide emotional support to patients, carers and the bereaved and identify when a person requires referral to a specialist service – Level 2 of the NICE Model of Psychological Assessment and Intervention
Your learning will be facilitated through the delivery of a modular programme, which will require participants to take skills learnt in each session and put these into practice between sessions. There will be opportunities to reflect on your experiences of trying new communication strategies at each training session.
Participants will record their learning through completing a course workbook, which will demonstrate how they achieved stated outcomes.
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