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Education Programme

Our Education Department is an important part of the hospice, offering education to those involved in care services such as palliative care and end of life care, either here at the hospice or in hospital, within the community or perhaps the patient’s own home.


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SWAP SHOP

New drugs and different indications for current medication

(used in end of life care)

Date: Wednesday  21st February 2018        Time: 12:30 – 13:30

Who should attend: open to doctors, nurses, social workers and all health and social care professionals.

It runs as a forty minute presentation with a light lunch.  This session is free of charge, no need to book.

We look forward to seeing you.

 

 

We have now launched our 2017/18 Education Programme, which aims to promote the best possible care for our patients and support for their family and friends.

The programme is put together following discussion with patients, carers and professionals, to ensure that our teaching sessions match the needs of those receiving and those giving the care.

Our 2017/18 Education Programme calendar and brochure can be found in the downloads section to the right hand side of this page.

When you are ready to book simply complete our form.

Online booking form

Contact the Education Team

If you have any questions, please contact the Education Team via telephone on 01903 706356, email education@stbh.org.uk or fill out our enquiry form found here.

Six Steps + programme 2017-18

This link is intended for participants of the Six Steps + programme only www.sixsteps.net Click into Care Homes only to access resources required for your course.

Debbie’s film

The St Barnabas Education Team recently showed Debbie’s film to two groups of nurses during one of our teaching sessions at the hospice. The film tells the story of Debbie, who has advanced Parkinson’s disease, and was created with our Artist-in-Residence.

Both groups of nurses viewed the film with great interest and discussed the various issues it raised for the person with the illness and for themselves. These included, for example, discrimination against disability, assumptions and judgement making, managing expectations, ‘seeing the person beyond the disease’, the ability to be free and to make decisions, the meaning of spirituality, the power of music, medication issues and making some sense of the concept of ‘resilience’.

You can watch the film here:

Debbie’s story and film were also presented at the NAPCE (National Association of Palliative Care Educators) Conference in December 2017 in Leeds where it won the Frances Sheldon Poster Award in recognition of the best initiative to support the theme of the conference which was “Inclusivity in Palliative Care Education: Discerning or Discriminating”.