Best practice forum

Come and join us for a free education evening suitable for health and social care professionals.

 

Who is at risk of a bad death?

Come and join us for a free education evening suitable for health and social care professionals.

This session will cover:

Who is at risk of a bad death? Learn to Identify the factors that may put a patient or their family at risk.

People’s circumstances vary hugely; some need minimal input others need expert care and close monitoring.

How can you help to decrease this risk? What actions can you take? How can Pilgrims help?

Refer early if you see a risk. Assess risk factors for poor bereavement outcome.

What are the key steps to best symptom control?

Total approach, effective assessment and careful application.

How can people live well when approaching the end of their lives?

Come to learn about the total approach, effective assessment and careful application of these principles.

Take the opportunity to evaluate your own practice in providing holistic symptom control.

Certificates of attendance will be issued

 

Dates and Venues:

Who is at risk of a bad death?:

15th October 2019 – 4-6pm, Pilgrims Hospice Thanet

16th October 2019 – 4-6pm, Pilgrims Hospice Ashford

17th October 2019 – 4-6pm, Pilgrims Hospice Canterbury

Book online via Eventbrite by clicking HERE

Upcoming Subjects:

Care in the last few days and hours and into bereavement: