Feedback from previous attendees...
- Thank you all for arranging these study days.It was an incredibly helpful and exhilarating day.It was exhilarating learning but really being surrounded by likeminded nurses who like pushing the boundaries to deliver the best care for their patients.
The case study from the hospice was both emotional but incredibly inspiring (and exciting), it would be a real privilege to work in such a team! It was an awesome day, thank you to all involved!!
Who should attend:
All registered mental health and generalist/specialist palliative care professionals with an interest in supporting patients with these dual needs (to include clinical nurse specialists, doctors, allied health care professionals, social workers and community matrons)
Delivery: In Person
Venue: Ware Priory, High Street, WARE SG12 9AL
Cost: Free (lunch is provided)
This one day course aims to bring healthcare professionals from both disciplines together with the primary objective of learning from each other. The programme will allow for collaborative work during sessions alongside separate sessions for each discipline.
The topics covered will build on those explored on the level 1 day (which build a foundation level of understanding about palliative care and mental health care).
Advance Care Planning Conversations
- Identifying and managing a variety of mental health crises
- Understanding referral pathways/ language/ prescribing considerations/ difficult conversations
Please note that a large part of this day is arranged so that you will understand each discipline's perspective through delivery of group discussions and case studies.
Dr Shaheen Shora, Old Age Psychiatrist & Clinical Director, HPFT, Dellah Katsande, Community Clinical Nurse Lead MHSOP (county wide) alongside clinicians from Isabel Hospice, The Hospice of St Francis and Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (HPFT)
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