Fundamentals of Palliative Care - Important End of Life Conversations

Date and time

26th April 2021 2.00pm - 3.30pm


This course is fully funded and only available for staff working in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland


Not Applicable
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About this workshop

Conversations about end of life and dying can be particularly challenging for health and social care workers and pivotal for patients.
This session will:

• Explore the communication skills and tools that may be helpful when having these important conversations.
• Discuss the impact of having these conversations on staff.
• Allow delegates to collectively explore / re-address issues or situations that have proved difficult

Delegates will:

Improve and enhance their existing skills
• Gain confidence and tools to better equip them in their role to have compassionate conversations patients and their families/ carers’ and each other.

This session will be delivered using our ECHO (Extension of Community Healthcare Outcomes) technology. ECHO is a recognised and secure teleconferencing method of delivery using ECHO Zoom software and will require delegates to simply click onto a link that will be sent to them via E mail to attend the session. The only requirement that delegates will need is a device that has a camera and microphone such as a computer, laptop, iPad or iPhone

Suitable for

Nursing home, residential home and domiciliary care staff across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.

How to register

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