Resuscitation Discussions and Decision Making (DNACPR)
Date and time
4th November, 2020
Duration: 3 hours 13.30 – 16.30
£50 per person
VenueLOROS, Groby Road, Lecester, LE3 9QE LOROS
About this workshop
The session covers: • The factors that influence resuscitation success • The principles and frameworks for decision making about resuscitation including the ethics of withholding cardiopulmonary resuscitation (DNACPR) • Development of skills in discussions about deterioration and resuscitation • Strategies to work with the challenges of DNACPR discussions This session will: • Assist healthcare practitioners in making decisions regarding resuscitation • Improve confidence in approaching resuscitation conversations with patients and carers • Enhance understanding of the principles underpinning clinical practice in DNACPR discussions.
Doctors and registered nurses, especially those that may be responsible for decision making with patients about care at the end of life and completing and signing official paperwork. Ideally participants will have undertaken advanced communication skills training and have a good level of understanding of advance care planning.