Principles and Practice of Palliative Care

Overview

Get the concepts and definitions of palliative and end of life care that you need to provide the best service in your career as a health professional and gain an understanding of the nature and relief of suffering from physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual perspectives.

In this module, you will explore current policy development in palliative and end of life care both locally and nationally and current legal, ethical and professional issues in palliative and end of life care. You will be given the tools to acknowledge the physical and psychological responses to loss and bereavement, as well as the decision making and techniques to sensitively and thoughtfully converse with patients of all ages on topics including end of life decisions.

The module will also address the common core principles for holistic palliative and end of life care through effective holistic assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of care for patients in a variety of practice settings.

Course delivery

All dates are from 09:15 - 16:00:

11th January 2022 onsite

18th January 2022 online

25th January 2022 online

1st February 2022 online

8th February 2022 onsite

1st March 2022 onsite

Delivery method
Blended learning
Delivered onsite at St Giles Hospice, Lichfield and online
Location
Online
Start date

11 January 2022

Award
Certificate of Attendance

Entry requirements

Applicants should be working in the Health and Social Care sector.

Cost

£671.25

How to apply

Apply online

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