Who is it for?
Professionals who deal with challenging communication situations, particularly around loss, distress and end of life care.
This programme aims to provide a supportive environment using a range of experiential techniques to explore situations you encounter in your work and consider approaches that may help you feel more confident and comfortable in approaching similar situations in the future
This is an evidence based course (attracting 12 CPD points for physcians) with expert trainers approved by the National Cancer Action Team focusing on:
• Identifying complex and challenging communication issues. Developing skills, strategies and confidence to handle issues such as giving significant information and handling anger and distress
• Exploring the impact of these strategies on communication with patients, families and colleagues
• The opportunity to reflect on your own communication skills and develop them further in a safe supportive environment
Funded places for people employed in South Cheshire, Vale Royal and Eastern Cheshire localities. If you are unsure whether you are eligible for a funded place please call to discuss.
£495 for staff working outside these areas.
Monday 11 & Tuesday 12th November 2019 – Winterley Grange FULL
Tuesday 14 & Wednesday 15 January 2020 – St Luke’s Hospice
Thursday 12 & Friday 13 March 2020 – Winterley Grange
08:30 – 17:00