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SAT
10
NOV

CPD

FREE

SRC -Continuum of Care Pre and Post Bereavement (10/11/18)

Presenter: Ann Keating

Event Details
Venue:
Killarney Plaza Hotel
Dates:
10-11-2018
Time:
Registration: 09:30 Start:10:00 -16.30
CPD :
6

Southern Regional Committee

Present : Continuum of Care Pre and Post Bereavement 

 

Presenters Bio: Ann Keating has a background in Medical Social Work for over 35 years. She currently works as part time lecturer in End of Life Care, Bereavement and Loss. She also works part time in Galway hospice her current position is that of Bereavement Co-Ordinator. She is also a Social Work Supervisor.sis in loss and bereavement.

Workshop Outline: It is advisable that those experiencing a recent loss or close bereavement should not attend this workshop. Continuum of Care model: Pre- and post-death bereavement

The format can assist us in looking at a more appropriate level of intervention for patients and their family members as they learn to adjust to a terminal diagnosis, support them as they detach from their relative and support them into bereavement aftercare. The day will include:
• a review of related theory and its application by way of case study presentation
• a presentation and review of guidance documents that are currently in usage (HSE; Hospice friendly Hospitals programme; Planning Ahead; End of Life Care standards for best practice).

Training Level: All Levels.

 CPD certificates will be emailed to participants after attendance at the Workshop

Workshop Limited to 44 places. IACP Members only

 
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