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Talking to Families - When Death Becomes a Likely Outcome

Talking to families when the death of their child becomes a likely outcome is challenging. This simulation day is designed to help develop your technique for introducing concepts of death and dying, advanced care planning and parallel planning. The day will be run in small groups, using actors with feedback from expert faculty. This course is aimed at doctors and nurses of all grades.


There will be selection process with applications so please do not assume you are booked in at the point of registration.


FREE course to GOSH Staff Only


The Postgraduate Medical Education Department funds fully-subsidised places on learning events making these free for internal delegates and at a reduced rate for external delegates.  Non-attendance and late cancellations will incur a fee to cover the cost to the department for your place.    Please read the Terms and Conditions of booking before submitting your application.


 

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No booking is confirmed until written confirmation is received from the PGME department. For full Terms and Conditions please see below. By completing you booking you are confirming you have fully read the terms and conditions.