Learning through simulation: Running an effective community palliative MDT meeting

Details

  • Length: 3.5 hours
  • Suitable for: Any health or social care professional who is involved in community palliative MDT meetings. Including GP’s, District Nurses, Specialist Nurses, AHP’s, Social workers and Practice Managers.
  • Delivered: face to face at End of Life Care Education Hub, Spring Farm Business Centre, Moss Lane, Crewe, CW1 4RJ
  • Funding: Fully funded for Cheshire East employees only. 
  • Price on application for staff outside funded areas

Session Overview

Multidisciplinary team meetings in the community are a regular feature in the provision of palliative care and involve a range of professionals. Yet, their purpose and best format are not necessarily well understood or well structured. (Borgstrom et al 2021)

This half day study event will explain some of the main values of the MDT meeting and how they may operate in terms of their setup, professionals involved and general order of business. It will also offer input for future practice.

Through a simulated approach, it will provide the participant with an opportunity to be involved in an MDT, working through set scenarios and examples of both good and bad practice.

Dates

  • Tuesday 2 July 2024: 13.00-16.30   CANCELLED 
  • Tuesday 19 November 2024: 09.00-12.30 at End of Life Care Education Hub, Spring Farm Business Centre, Moss Lane, Crewe, CW1 4RJ

Cost

  • Funding: Fully funded for Cheshire East employees only. 
  • Price on application for staff outside funded areas
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