Foundations of End of Life Care Level 7 (Health CPD)
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This online module has been developed to enhance the experience of patients and their families during palliative and end of life care. The module has been constructed to provide those delivering services, with the opportunity to explore this important and sometimes challenging area of practice, in a supportive environment that enables reflection on practice and development of knowledge and skills in end-of-life care. The module involves 6 blocks of learning released every fortnight covering a wide range of subjects underpinned by research and evidence. Strong links between the learner's area of practice and topics covered in the module.
Online Block Release Dates:
08/01/24, 22/01/24, 05/02/24, 19/02/24, 04/03/24, 18/03/24
Live Online Webinar:
08/01/24, 22/01/24, 05/02/24, 19/02/24, 04/03/24, 18/03/24 All 10-12
Module Evaluation: 08/04/24 10-12noon
- Review and critique the overarching principles of palliative care and be able to integrate them to their work role.
- Demonstrate good communication skills and effectively integrate and evaluate these in practice when dealing with end-of-life care patients.
- Use and critically evaluate a structured holistic generalist palliative care assessment.
- Critically evaluate the importance of advance care planning and how it can be used in practice.
- Analyse the ethical and legal issues that influence comfort and wellbeing regarding symptom control and be able to justify these in practice.
- Demonstrate critical reasoning and evaluate the application of the end-of-life care tool.
- Review and critique the overarching principles of palliative care: and be able to integrate them to their work role.
6 Online Blocks of learning over 12 weeks
Live online webinars and tutorials
20 credits = 200 effort hours
At least one study day per 2-week block of learning
Attendance expected at live (synchronous) tutorials and webinars
To apply for this as a single module as part of your Continuing Professional Development please enter the application system via our Professional Development section.
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