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Palliative Care

Delivery: In-Person
Duration: one day
Audience: Professionals
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A one-day course designed to consider the provision of palliative care and support to people at the end of their life.

About This Course

For those involved either in receiving or providing palliative care and support to explore and consider the impact of loss and grief on people, families and carers.


£110 per person

Who is it for?

Professionals, People who get support, parents and carers.

An emotive course delivered in a sensitive and supportive manner to help people explore the provision of palliative care and support and the impact this may have on all involved.

Our Trainers

Dawn Newlands has over 22 years of delivering training within the Health & Social Care sector.

She has worked with children & young people and adults with additional support needs both as a practitioner and senior manager.

Her style, knowledge and delivery of training is both supportive and thought provoking.

She believes strongly on the importance of quality assurance and getting the best out of people.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand the definition and principles of palliative care and how they apply to you in your role.
  • Consider the impact of pain and other common symptom for people receiving care, their families and those involved in providing care.
  • Consider how communication influences palliative care.
  • Recognise the impact of loss, grief and bereavement for people, families and care providers.