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End of Life Care - 'Holistic Palliative Care'
Wed 11 October 2017, 09:00 – 17:00 BST
About the Course
This one day course is designed to look beyond the physical & medical aspects to a more rounded, holistic individualised approach to end of life care. Providing tools to understand & deal with complex issues.
What will I learn
- Overview of holistic individualised palliative care
- Learn how you can support patients and families when there are conflicts and complex family dynamics and what support services are available
- Putting the Spirituality back into palliative care—review best practice in end of life care & how spirituality can play a key part in health care professionals’ roles
- Learn how we can support patients sexuality, intimacy and relationships at the end of life
- What to say or not to say? How to manage complex communication in families effected by Dementia
- Coping with fatigue – identify, management and support patients and families living with the effects of fatigue
- Bereavement support & guidance on risk assessment for complex grief
- Looking after ourselves, learning some tips to maintain our own resilience
- Learn how to identify Lymphoedema & review oedema. Understand Lymphoedema skin care & management (optional for those delegates that have already attended this session during the symptom management day)
Who is it for?
Qualified nurses, care managers and any qualified health professionals working in care settings for whom this fits into their remit.
What will the course look like?
Teaching is provided by a combination of lecturers from the community and by clinicians from Saint Michael’s Hospice.
Participants will receive a certificate of attendance.
Annette Clark, Head of Saint Michael’s Hospice Outreach team
Guest lecturers & Clinicians from Community & Saint Michael’s Hospice.
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Registration commences 15 minutes prior to any of our events, in order to facilitate a prompt start. If for any reason you are delayed, please call us on 01423 879687 with an approximate time of arrival.
All food served is freshly prepared on the premises. Kindly advise us in advance of the day of any special dietary requirements.
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
The nearest train station is Hornbeam Park which is on the main Leeds to York line. The station is a 10 minute walk from the hospice and offers easy access. Alternatively, should you choose to drive there is ample car parking available at the Hospice. See hospice web site for directions.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01423 879687
What's the refund policy?
Your place at the event will be confirmed following receipt of your booking and fee. If a delegate cancels attendance at a study session, a refund of 80% of the invoice value will be made provided a minimum of 30 days prior notice is given. If a delegate cancels attendance at a session, a refund of 50% of the invoice value will be made, provided a between 14-29 days prior notice is given. If a delegate cancels attendance at a study session with less than 14 days notice, no refund will be given and the delegate will remain liable for the full value of the course. If a delegate fails to attend a study session and no written notice of cancellation has been provided, the delegate will remain liable for the full value of the course