Education and training courses
These are the current training courses, workshop and forums we’re offering at Pilgrims Hospices. Any questions? Please call us on 01227 812616.
Improve confidence in end of life care discussions Improve Communication Skills Benefits and challenges in ACP
This is a unique forum providing an opportunity for multi-disciplinary professionals to enhance the care of patients.
This interactive day is relevant to all front line staff working with patients/residents who have dementia. This study day will be co-facilitated by Pilgrims Hospices and the Home Treatment Service (Dementia) Team. Learning outcomes: A better understanding of the management of dementia; Improved knowledge of the resources that support patients, carers and relatives; An understanding of end of life care and [...]
Increase awareness in DNACPR Improve confidence in End of Life Care discussions benefits and challenges around DNACPR decision making
The Health and Safety (First Aid) regulations of 1981 require all employers to provide adequate and appropriate equipment, facilities and personnel to enable first aid to be given to employees if they become injured or ill at work. This course is approved by Qualsafe Awards, an awarding organisation recognised by Ofqual to offer regulated qualifications, and it will enable [...]
This course is suitable for all nurses and healthcare staff working with patients where end-of-life care is involved. Our aim is to build on current effective communication skills and explore the attitude, behaviour and skills required for more complex end-of-life care interactions. This workshop covers: Knowledge and awareness of the rationale and context for better communication skills in [...]
Providing practical advice and suggestions in caring for a person at the end of life.
This half study day is aimed at nurses who wish to develop/maintain clinical skills in using syringe drivers.
Mindfulness has been scientifically proven to help you live a healthier and more effective life
Improving the knowledge, skills and attitudes required by HCAs to provide end of life care.
Enhancing knowledge of the principles and practices of palliative care.
The programme utilises a care home representative/s from each care home to implement the structured organisational change to deliver the best end of life care based on the National End of Life Care Programme Guidance (2010) – The Route to Success in end of life care - achieving quality in care homes.
This course is for teachers and family liaison officers working with children who have experienced the death of a loved one.
This half-day course covers the main techniques for offering hand massage as an important aspect of patient care.