Category: Study Days


Who is it for? Registered Nurses Course Overview Review local policies and procedures re-verification of expected death Examine the scope of verification of expected death Clinical observation of the absence of life More Information Follow the links for dates in your area; West Cheshire and Vale Royal Care Homes – […]

Verification of Expected Death (VOED)





Thursday 14th May 2020 09:00 – 16:30 For This day is specifically aimed at professionals who have contact with people affected by, or at risk of asbestos related disease. Content ·        Mesothelioma overview ·        Treatment update ·        Impact for patient and carers ·        Symptom Management including end of life ·         […]

New! Mesothelioma Day



Do you have residents who may have dementia that has not formally been diagnosed? There are many benefits of care home residents receiving a formal diagnosis. How does this happen? What can you do? Come along to one of these four training events to find out more….. Who is it […]

Dementia Recognition in the Care Home




Designed to develop and increase confidence, knowledge and skills of practitioners to enable them to effectively support the breathless patient. Who is it for? Practitioners who care for chronically breathless patients in any care setting e.g. Nurses, AHPs, Therapists, Level 3 Health Care Assistants Course Overview Learn about the anatomy […]

New! Impact of Breathlessness at End of Life


A unique study day facilitated by PAN Cheshire specialist staff giving an overview of lung cancer. Who is it for? Suitable for Doctors, Nurse and Allied Health Professionals. Course Overview: Signs, symptoms, risk factors Diagnostics Tobacco addiction Surgery Radiotherapy Systemic anti-cancer therapy Supportive and palliative care Cost: FULLY FUNDED for […]

New! Lung Cancer Day



Who is it for? This workshop is suitable for Medical, Nursing and Allied Health Professionals. Course Overview Definitions & Physiology of Pain Pain Assessment & Management Pharmacological Management of Pain Non-pharmacological Management of Pain Cost Funded places for people employed in South Cheshire, Vale Royal and Eastern Cheshire localities. £60 […]

Pain Management and Palliative Care – FULL