This course considers the many components that contribute to the delivery of quality care. The module will focus on the patient journey, patient choice and preferred place of care. The importance of the multidisciplinary team in high-quality care delivery will be a key component of the module. The module will support the practitioner to critically evaluate their practice when caring for patients will palliative and end of life care needs and carers. The experience of the palliative care patient will be explored in addition to the emotional and informational needs of the patient and their family.
This course is aimed at registered health care professionals working in clinical areas with patients receiving care for advanced disease in palliative or end of life care. This is a multi-professional course which is relevant to both primary and secondary care.
This course is delivered in conjunction with St Benedict's hospice and consists of full day sessions once a week over a 10 week period. We take a blended learning approach with face to face sessions delivered on campus.
We usually require applicants to be health care professionals.
The fee for this course is £700, but you may be eligible for HEENE funding.
This information was correct at the time of publication.