Aim

This interactive workshop aims to provide opportunity to explore and identify together: for whom, and why, resuscitation-related conversations need to be considered; whose decision it is, and in what circumstances; interactively examine a best interest decision-making context; and gain some top tips on helpful communication approaches through interactive examples of specific resuscitation-related conversation scenarios.

Target Audience

This interactive workshop is aimed at medical, and senior/specialist nurses and AHP’s across Cheshire and Merseyside, who support those living with life-threatening or life-limiting consequences of cancer, other diseases, or treatments, and would be involved in resuscitation-related conversations and supporting patient and team decision-making relating to resuscitation (in this context CPR/DNACPR).

Date and Duration

Date/Time:

21 February 2023

Duration:

1 Day (09:00 - 16:30)

Content and Certification

Workshop focus includes:

  • Identifying for whom, and why, timely resuscitation related conversations may need to be considered/raised.
  • Exploring whose decision it is, and in what circumstances.
  • Interactively examining best interest decision making.
  • Gaining Top Tips for communication approaches in different resuscitation-related conversation contexts.

Certificate of Attendance

 

Venue and Location

Venue:

The Spine

Location:

The Spine
Liverpool, Merseyside L7 3FA
United Kingdom

Number of Places and Cost

Number of places:

50

Cost:

£35  (including lunch and refreshments)

A reduced rate of £25 applies for Clatterbridge Cancer Centre staff

This event has kindly been subsidised by HEE funding

 

Contact and Application

Email us about this course:

ccf-tr.clinicaleducation@nhs.net 

Call us on: 0151 556 5790

Please complete the application form below and return to the Clinical Education Department:

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