End of life study day

St Nicholas Hospice

Dear colleagues an End of Life Study day facilitated by St Nicholas Hospice is being held on the 10th November 0900-1600.

This training day is free and open to all EEAST clinicians and will be hosted via Zoom conferencing so you are able to undertake from the comfort of your home/office 

The subjects covered are:

  • Case Studies
  • DNACPR/ReSPECT
  • Difficult Conversations
  • Palliative Care Emergencies
  • Comfort Measures and Non- Pharmacological approaches
  • Anticipatory Meds

We Initially envisaged that the study would be a face-to-face session, but due to COVID-19 restrictions, we have opted to do via Zoom conferencing, this does allow us to include more clinicians onto the session and we will try to make it as interactive as we can.

To reserve your place please follow the instructions on the poster (see link below), please also feel free to share the poster and print off and display on stations.

We hope to see you on the 10th of November.

 

Published October 23rd 2020

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7 Comments
Response from Daimon Wheddon, Clinical Lead

Thank you for your interest. Yes we are planning to do other dates at the end of January 2021 facilitated by Farleigh Hospice and another mid March 2021 facilitated by Garden House Hospice. They will be of a similar format and cover the same topics and themes of the one next week

Internal Communication
03 November 2020


Hi Tony, this event is being run externally, please follow the instructions within the article to join.
Internal Communications
30 October 2020


I work in PTS and have had involvement in numerous EOL journeys. I would like to have been involved with this but I will be on a 12 hour shift.
Mike
30 October 2020


Please reserve my place for end of life study day thank you
Tony
30 October 2020


Will there be further dates released??? Was booked onto a day study day earlier in yr which was cancelled and I'm on shift on this day! Very interested please!
Sarah
29 October 2020


Hi Mick, the study day is open to any patient facing staff.
Internal Communications
29 October 2020


Little bit disappointing to see PTS overlooked for this. They take a high number of end of life patients on their final journeys and my benefit from this sort of course.
Mick
29 October 2020


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