When A Child Dies
Caring for patients and their families at the end of life and after death can be complex and challenging for healthcare workers.
The "When A Child Dies" course aims to support healthcare practitioners to navigate the care of patients and families during and beyond death. The course provides an opportunity to explore conversations and practical considerations around anticipation of death, the death of a patient, and post death care.
This two day course comprises interactive workshops, simulation scenarios and practical sessions; all aimed at supporting healthcare workers to provide compassionate care when a child dies.
Day 1: Virtual Course
Day 2: Face to face at Great Ormond Street Clinical Simulation Centre
By the end of this course you will be able to feel more confident in the following aspects of care:
- Practical care of a patient when death is imminent and afterwards
- Provision of support for family members before and after death
- Use of effective communication techniques
- Supporting spiritual, cultural, and religious needs
- Understanding the legal aspects of death certification
- Identifying the wider support available in your area of practice
Who is this course for:
All healthcare workers looking after paediatric patients
Cost of Course:
£300, payment can be made online below or via invoice.
For more information on this course, contact firstname.lastname@example.org