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.
- Seeing things from a resident’s perspective – what matters most to each individual.
- Exploration of what is involved in good end-of-life care.
- Communication with residents about future wishes and end-of-life care.
- Communication with family members about end-of-life care.
- How to support residents when they are dying.
At the end of this workshop, participants will:
- deliver a person-centred approach to end-of-life care.
- contribute to safe, better end-of-life care for residents in your unit.
- provide supportive care after death.
- contribute to the end-of-life care planning process for residents in your unit.
- gain effective communication skills during end-of-life care.
- look after yourself by developing self-care practices.
Who can attend?
All staff regardless of their role can attend. We recommend a multidisciplinary approach with staff from all departments participating (nursing, household, catering, administration, allied health professionals, activities etc.).
Accreditation: Nursing & Midwifery Board of Ireland (Cat 1 approval – 6.5 NMBI CEUs)
Course Details & Booking
One full day or two half day interactive sessions via Zoom.
Attendees: Maximum – 12 Minimum – 8
Fee: €800 plus standard IHF travel expenses (70c per mile plus cost of an overnight stay if required)
Email us at [email protected] or give us a call on 01 679 3188