A range of courses and education is provided by Hospice Education, from introductory sessions, to palliative care masterclasses and full study days.
Training and education is provided both online and in person and covers an extensive range of topics for health and social care professionals involved in the care of individuals facing incurable illness and bereavement.
In person training may take place at either St Helena's Learning and Development Centre in Colchester or St Elizabeth Hospice's Education Centre in Ipswich.
Formerly known as community of practice education sessions, palliative care masterclasses are held monthly, with each session focussing on a different topic. These are delivered online via Microsoft Teams and consist of a 45 minute presentation followed by a 45 minute case study. Delegates are able to attend both or one of the 45 minute sessions.
Please be aware, places are limited so are available on a first come, first serve basis.
Bespoke training can be arranged and tailored to your organisation's specific needs.
Our flexible approach means the Hospice Education team is well equipped to offer bespoke training either at St Helena or St Elizabeth Hospice, or at your place of work. Please contact us at email@example.com for more details.
ReSPECT stands for Recommended Summary Plan for Emergency Care and Treatment.
When individuals plan ahead for their care, it is crucial to know and understand their wishes and ensure that the correct information is recorded.
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St Helena has partnered with St Elizabeth Hospice in east Suffolk to launch Hospice Education, a joint learning and development programme.
The Hospice Education collaboration provides one place for health and social care professionals to visit, learn new skills and share ideas to increase knowledge and skillsets to better meet the needs of the communities we serve.
If you or your organisation would like to collaborate with us, or the programme, please do get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
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