This half day workshop will look at the effects of bereavement on children and young people and how this may impact on their life in school. The workshop will also explore ways in which schools can effectively support grieving children and manage their distress.
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Mesothelioma is often overlooked and misunderstood as a condition. Insight into the treatment and care that can be given is vital to ensure all patients receive an equitable and high standard of care.
This conference looks at every aspect of mesothelioma from early diagnosis, treatment, immunoth ...READ MORE
This course is for those who work directly with young people aged 11-18 and who wish to learn more about their needs in facing bereavement. We will be looking at how young people grieve, different approaches and skills in supporting them, and difficult issues such as sudden death. ...READ MORE
St Christopher’s are pleased to announce that we will, once again, be holding our annual update for independent nurse and pharmacist prescribers in palliative care. This established study day will explore some of the latest thinking and best practice around prescribing for prescribers working in p ...READ MORE
This course is now fully booked. To be placed on a waiting list please email email@example.com
The King’s MND Care and Research Centre and St Christopher’s Hospice have been caring for people with MND for over 20 years. This one day joint conference will aim to reflect the collabo ...READ MORE
The Level 3 Award is a City & Guilds knowledge based vocational qualification which we offer with an additional unit on dementia.
The units are:
Understand how to work in end of life care
Understand how to provide support when working in end of life care
Understand how to support i ...READ MORE
This year’s GPVTS Palliative Care Training Day at St Christopher’s Hospice has been designed to be as practically useful as possible and builds on the evaluations of last year’s delegates. As the workshop sessions proved successful we will continue to offer them this year. ...READ MORE
Namaste was introduced to the UK by Prof Joyce Simard in 2010. The programme is multidimensional, including physical, sensory and emotional elements; combining compassionate nursing care with individualised meaningful activities. There has been widespread interest from the care home sector and from ...READ MORE