Our end-of-life care training workshops and programmes are relevant to staff in acute hospitals, nursing and residential care centres and general settings. Hospice principles of respect, relationship and person-centredness are a core feature of all of these workshops.
Final Journeys is a one-day training workshop that aims to improve the delivery of end-of-life care amongst all hospital staff. It focusses on enhancing the communications skills of participants to enable them to be more competent delivering end-of-life care and supporting patients who are dying, and their families. Read more >>
Culture & Communication on End of Life
Culture & Communication on End of life is a one-day workshop designed for staff working in community hospitals, nursing homes or long-term care settings. It aims to improve end-of-life care by enhancing communication skills so staff, at all levels, are better able to engage in discussions with residents about what is really important to them. Read more >>
CEOL (Compassionate End of Life)
CEOL is our quality improvement programme for nursing homes and residential care centres (RCCs) in Ireland. Providing compassionate care for residents approaching the end of their life is a fundamental component of person-centred care. CEOL enables staff to continuously review, reflect and improve the end-of-life care they provide for residents, their families and the staff themselves. Read more >>