A one-day study day facilitated by specialist palliative care staff helping practitioners to recognise, reduce and alleviate symptoms whilst considering:

  • Frequency and occurrence of symptoms in the last few days of life
  • Allowing a natural death – the process of dying
  • The consequences of uncontrolled symptoms for the patient and their family
  • Understanding and supporting relatives in last few days of a patient’s life
  • How to manage common symptoms e.g. agitation, pain, vomiting, respiratory symptoms
  • Q & A – an opportunity to ask our specialist panel your questions

Delivered through lectures, workshops & discussion

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Who is it for?

Assistant Practitioners, Nurses, GP’s, Medical Staff, Health Care Assistants, Allied Health Professionals, Domiciliary & Care Home staff

Your Care Setting

Care settings that practice end of life care


To be confirmed

Learning Methods

To be confirmed

Date and time 

To be confirmed


To be confirmed


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