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Educational Events 2014/2015

North Humberside Hospice Project Limited a company limited by Northregistered Humberside Limited a company limited01498747 by guarantee guarantee in Hospice EnglandProject and Wales Company number: registered in England and Wales Company number: 01498747 Registered office: Dove House Hospice, Registered office: Dove House Hospice, Chamberlain Road, Hull, HU8 8DH Registered Charity number: 509551 Chamberlain Road, Hull, HU8 8DH Registered Charity number: 509551


The Practice Development Team

Anna Wolkowski Director of Clinical Services

Dominic MacManus

Judith Hodgson

Dr Ruth Hunter

Head of Practice Development

Hospice Lecturer

Medical Education Officer

Elaine Lord Practice Development Administrator

“End of life care needs to be integral to training curricula at all levels and for all staff groups” The Dove House Hospice practice development department is based at Chamberlain Road Hull. We provide education to the whole range of staff involved in the care of people with life‐limiting illness and bereavement. The people who attend our events and study days come from Schools, Hospitals, Care Homes, the Community, Social Services, other Hospices, service users and members of the general public. This education both assists staff to give up to date quality care to patients and families and raises awareness of the issues surrounding specialist palliative care.

"In addition to providing direct care for people with complex problems, hospices and specialist palliative care services provide advice on other patients, for example, to district nurses and GPs. Many hospices also have an important role in providing education and training both for staff who wish to specialise in palliative care and those working in other areas who have significant roles in the provision of end of life care..." End of Life Care Strategy, Chapter 4: Care in different settings, Point 4.42

Library Here at Dove House we have a library manned by a team of volunteers that can provide information to help support patients and their carers and is a good resource for health and social care professionals both at Dove House and in the wider community. How to book onto an event To book a place on one of our events please complete an application form (see back of booklet), alternatively you can apply online at www.dovehouse.org.uk, by telephoning 01482 785783 or by emailing education@dovehouse.org.uk What if I need to cancel? Please let us know in writing (by letter, fax or via email) if you need to cancel your place on a event. (All cancellations are subject to a £5 administration fee). We reserve the right to charge in full for events cancelled with less than 28 days notice. In such cases we would encourage you to send a colleague in your place. What if an event is cancelled? Dove House Hospice reserves the right to cancel events at short notice. In such cases we offer a full refund of the event fees. We also reserve the right to change trainers & the programme if necessary. You would be informed of any relevant changes at the earliest opportunity, by whichever method possible. If you have a confirmed place on a event and that event has been cancelled, we will also attempt to contact you by telephone.


Education Programme 2014/2015 Hospice Lecture

Motor Neurone Disease

Thursday

12th

June

18:30 - 20:30

£10.00

Study Day

Palliative Care for Care Assistants

Tuesday

1st

July

09:00 - 16:30

£50.00

Hospice Lecture

Dying Matters in Art

Tuesday

8th

July

18:30 - 20:30

£10.00

Information Afternoon Hospice Information Afternoon

Friday

11th

July

13:00 - 15:30

FREE

Information Afternoon Hospice Information Afternoon

Thursday

11th

September

13:00 - 15:30

FREE

Hospice Lecture

Parkinson’s Disease

Thursday

18th

September

18:30 - 20:30

£10.00

Bereavement

Attachment, Separation & Loss

Wednesday 24th

September

09:00 - 16:30

£50.00

Bereavement

Lost for Words

Friday

10th

October

09:00 - 16:30

£70.00

Interactive Workshop

Ethical Issues - Part 1

Tuesday

14th

October

18:30 - 20:30

£10.00

Bereavement

Putting Bereavement Theory into Practice!

Thursday

23rd

October

09:00 - 16:30

£50.00

Study Day

Communicating effectively with those who face illness and death

Tuesday

4th

November

09:00 - 16:30

£50.00

Study Session

Loss and Learning Disabilities

Tuesday

18th

November

09:00 -12:30

£25.00

Information Afternoon Hospice Information Afternoon

Wednesday 19th

November

13:00 - 15:30

FREE

Hospice Lecture

Thursday

20th

November

18:30 - 20:30

£10.00

Information Afternoon Hospice Information Afternoon

Friday

16th

January

13:00 - 15:30

FREE

Study Day

Palliative Care for Care Assistants

Wednesday 21st

January

09:00 - 16:30

£50.00

Hospice Lecture

Multiple Sclerosis

Thursday

5th

February

18:30 - 20:30

£10.00

Bereavement

Lost for Words

Friday

6th

March

09:00 - 16:30

£70.00

Interactive Workshop

Ethical Issues - Part 2

Tuesday

10th

March

18:30 - 20:30

£10.00

Wednesday 11th

March

13:00 - 15:30

FREE

Huntington’s Disease

Information Afternoon Hospice Information Afternoon

Core Competences We have related our events to the End of Life Care Core Competences, please see event details 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Communication skills Assessment and care planning Symptom management; maintaining comfort and well being Advance care planning Overarching values and knowledge

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Hospice Lecture Motor Neurone Disease Date:

Thursday 12th June 2014

Time:

6.30pm to 8.30pm

Fee:

ÂŁ10.00 (includes light buffet & refreshments)

Lecturer:

Dr Nandakumar, Consultant Neurologist, Hull Royal Infirmary

Location:

Dove House Hospice

6.30pm

Refreshments / Registration

7.00pm

Lecture

8.30pm

Close

Lecture Information This lecture one of a series on neurological conditions will look at signs and symptoms, different types of Motor Neurone Disease, diagnosis, prognosis and new developments

Target audience: All health & social care staff EoLC Core Competences: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5


Hospice Lecture Parkinson’s Disease Date:

Thursday 18th September 2014

Time:

6.30pm to 8.30pm

Fee:

ÂŁ10.00 (includes light buffet & refreshments)

Lecturer:

To be confirmed

Location:

Dove House Hospice

6.30pm

Refreshments / Registration

7.00pm

Lecture

8.30pm

Close

Lecture Information This lecture one of a series on neurological conditions will look at signs and symptoms, diagnosis, prognosis and new developments

Target audience: All health & social care EoLC Core Competences: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5


Hospice Lecture Huntington’s Disease Date:

Thursday 20th November 2014

Time:

6.30pm to 8.30pm

Fee:

£10.00 (includes light buffet & refreshments)

Lecturer:

To be confirmed

Location:

Dove House Hospice

6.30pm

Refreshments / Registration

7.00pm

Lecture

8.30pm

Close

Lecture Information This lecture one of a series on neurological conditions will look at signs and symptoms of Huntington’s disease, how the disease progresses and treatment and help available

Target audience: All health & social care EoLC Core Competences: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5


Hospice Lecture Multiple Sclerosis Date:

Thursday 5th February 2015

Time:

6.30pm to 8.30pm

Fee:

ÂŁ10.00 (includes light buffet & refreshments)

Lecturer:

To be confirmed

Location:

Dove House Hospice

6.30pm

Refreshments / Registration

7.00pm

Lecture

8.30pm

Close

Lecture Information This lecture one of a series on neurological conditions will look at signs and symptoms, different types of multiple sclerosis, diagnosis, prognosis and new developments

Target audience: All health & social care staff EoLC Core Competences: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5


Interactive Workshop Ethical Issues - Part 1 Date:

Tuesday 14th October 2014

Time:

6.30pm to 8.30pm

Fee:

ÂŁ10.00 (includes light buffet & refreshments)

Facilitators:

Dove House Clinical Team

Location:

Dove House Hospice

6.30pm

Refreshments / Registration

7.00pm

Workshop

8.30pm

Close

Workshop Information Those of us involved in everyday palliative care practice are often faced with challenging issues where the way forward is not clear. In this, the first of two workshops we will explore current ethical issues that are of concern in palliative care

Target audience: All health & social care staff EoLC Core Competences: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5


Dove House Hospice Library (Lending & Reference)

Come and join the hospice library! We have a large selection of palliative care books, journals and other resources available. We also have computer terminals for use. Join today by contacting the Education & Practice Development Department: Tel: (01482) 785783 Email: education@dovehouse.org.uk


Interactive Workshop Ethical Issues - Part 2 Date:

Tuesday 10th March 2015

Time:

6.30pm to 8.30pm

Fee:

ÂŁ10.00 (includes light buffet & refreshments)

Facilitators:

Dove House Clinical Team

Location:

Dove House Hospice

6.30pm

Refreshments / Registration

7.00pm

Workshop

8.30pm

Close

Workshop Information This evenings session, the second of a short series of workshops concludes our discussion on ethical issues in palliative care

Target audience: All health & social care staff care EoLC Core Competences: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5


What is World Hospice and Palliative Care Day? World Hospice and Palliative Care Day is a unified day of action to celebrate and support hospice and palliative care around the world. Voices for Hospices is a mexican wave of concerts taking place on World Hospice and Palliative Care Day every two years. The theme for World Hospice and Palliative Care Day 2014 is “Who Cares? We Do!” which will take place on October 11th 2014. When does World Hospice and Palliative Care Day take place? World Hospice and Palliative Care Day takes place on the second Saturday of October every year and Voices for Hospices takes place on the same date every two years. What are the aims of World Hospice and Palliative Care Day?  To share our vision to increase the availability of hospice and palliative care throughout the world by creating opportunities to speak out about the issues  To raise awareness and understanding of the needs – medical, social, practical, spiritual – of people living with a life limiting illness and their families  To raise funds to support and develop hospice and palliative care services around the world Who organises World Hospice and Palliative Care Day? World Hospice and Palliative Care Day is organised by a committee of the Worldwide Palliative Care Alliance, a network of hospice and palliative care national and regional organisations that support the development of hospice and palliative care worldwide. The Day is facilitated by Help the Hospices, the UK national charity for hospices. What has happened on previous World Hospice and Palliative Care Days? Every year approximately 70 countries take part in the celebrations with activities including public awareness raising campaigns, advocacy with policy makers, fundraising events and public launches.

Check our website for up to date information on our World Hospice Day Events 2014


Bereavement Lost for Words Dates:

Friday 10th October 2014 Friday 6th March 2015

Time:

9.00am - 4.30pm

Fee:

£70.00 (includes lunch & refreshments)

Lecturers:

Dr John Holland Nic MacManus

Location:

Independent Psychologist Head of Practice Development

Dove House Hospice

9.00am

Refreshments / Registration

9.30am

Event Start

4.30pm

Event Finish

Study Day Information Lost for Words is a one day loss awareness study day for teachers, teaching assistants and others working with children. Topics include:      

Strategies to help children Children’s understanding of loss Theories of loss Children and funerals Recognising the signs of loss Changes in learning and behaviour after loss Policies in schools

Target audience: All health & social care staff care EoLC Core Competences: 1, 2, 3, 5


Bereavement Attachment, Separation & Loss Dates:

Wednesday 24th September 2014

Time:

9.00am - 4.30pm

Fee:

ÂŁ50.00 (includes lunch & refreshments)

Lecturer:

John Creasey Head of Family Support Team, Dove House Hospice

Location:

Dove House Hospice

9.00am

Refreshments / Registration

9.30am

Event Start

4.30pm

Event Finish

Study Day Information What does normal grief look like – feelings, mental/behavioural/physical effects? How does bereavement theory support this? How does grief become complicated? How does grief go wrong? How is sudden death different from anticipated loss? How do children deal with bereavement? What simple guidelines can we share for working with the bereaved? The day will contain a mixture of direct teaching, participatory exercises and video. Participants are encouraged to bring their questions and every attempt will be made to try and deal with these in the day. The day will be a brief overview of bereavement and will necessarily not be able to expand into great detail on some important issues such as disenfranchised grief, children and bereavement, spirituality and bereavement and specific areas of discussion such as the loss of a partner, child etc.

Target audience: All health & social care staff care EoLC Core Competences: 1, 2 , 3, 5


Bereavement Putting Bereavement Theory into Practice! Dates:

Thursday 23rd October 2014

Time:

9.00am - 4.30pm

Fee:

ÂŁ50.00 (includes lunch & refreshments)

Lecturers:

Judith Hodgson & Nic MacManus Hospice Lecturer & Head of Practice Development, Dove House Hospice

Location:

Dove House Hospice

9.00am

Refreshments / Registration

9.30am

Event Start

4.30pm

Event Finish

Study Day Information The last hundred years have seen a significant growth and development of bereavement theories and models of working. Book shelves sag with their weight and number. But how are these theories when they are applied to social work and health care professional practice? Do they work or are they better on the page? During our time together we will look at the historical development of theories and models of working. Through case studies we will apply the theories to our everyday work and have a lively discussion about their relevance and applicability and how they can be best used to inform our practice

Target audience: All health & social care staff care EoLC Core Competences: 1, 2 , 5


Information Afternoon Hospice Information Afternoon for those working in Health & Social Care settings Dates:

Friday 11th July 2014 Thursday 11th September 2014 Wednesday 19th November 2014 Friday 16th January 2015 Wednesday 11th March 2015

Time:

1.00pm to 3.30pm

Fee:

FREE (includes refreshments)

Location:

Dove House Hospice

12.45pm

Refreshments / Registration

1.00pm

Event Start

3.30pm

Event Close

Information To enable those studying/working in a health & social care setting to find out more about the services provided by Dove House Hospice.

“ enjoyed looking round the facilities and realising what a peaceful and calming place this is for patients and their families� quote from 2013 evaluation

Target audience: All health & social care staff with an interest in palliative care EoLC Core Competences: 5


Hospice Information Sessions for Students

We will be giving schools and colleges the opportunity to host ‘Hospice Information Sessions’ for their students. These sessions can be tailored to individual needs.

Please contact us for further information


Bespoke Teaching Sessions

We are pleased to offer bespoke training sessions on a number of different subjects including:     

Palliative Care issues Bereavement Loss in schools Communication General Hospice information and much more…...

The training can be provided to groups of health & social care professionals, care homes, schools and associations.

Please contact The Practice Development Department for further information


Study Day Palliative Care for Care Assistants & Care Home Staff Date:

Tuesday 1st July 2014 Wednesday 21st January 2015

Time:

9.00am - 4.30pm

Fee:

£50.00 (includes lunch & refreshments)

Lecturers:

Nic MacManus & Dr Ruth Hunter Head of Practice Development & Medical Education Officer, Dove House Hospice

Location:

Dove House Hospice

9.00am

Refreshments / Registration

9.30am

Study Day Start

4.30pm

Close

Study Day Information Topics include:   

Pain & symptom control Psychological care Communication skills Ethical issues

Target audience: Care assistants & care home staff EoLC Core Competences: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

This day will be useful to all care staff in hospitals, nursing/ residential homes & the community


Study Day Communicating effectively with those who face illness and death Date:

Tuesday 4th November 2014

Time:

9.00am - 4.30pm

Fee:

ÂŁ50.00 (includes lunch & refreshments)

Lecturers:

Nic MacManus & Judith Hodgson Head of Practice Development & Hospice Lecturer, Dove House Hospice

Location:

Dove House Hospice

9.00am

Refreshments / Registration

9.30am

Study Day Start

4.30pm

Close

Study Day Information The day aims to empower health and social care professionals to sensitively explore the needs and concerns of those who face illness and death, including advance care planning.

Target audience: All health and social care staff EoLC Core Competences: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5


Study Session Loss and Learning Disabilities Date:

Tuesday 18th November 2014

Time:

9.00am - 12.30pm

Fee:

ÂŁ25.00 (includes refreshments)

Lecturers:

Nic MacManus & Judith Hodgson Head of Practice Development & Hospice Lecturer Dove House Hospice

Location:

Dove House Hospice

9.00am

Refreshments / Registration

9.30am

Study Session Start

12.30pm

Close

Study Session Information In this session we will be looking at the particular challenges that occur when individuals who have learning disability face loss and bereavement. These challenges are faced not only by the individuals themselves but also their families and the professionals who work alongside them. The session will involve teaching but also will be interactive so that a lively discussion where ideas are shared takes place

Target audience: All health and social care staff EoLC Core Competences: 1, 2, 4, 5


Directions How to get to Dove House Hospice Dove House is situated on Chamberlain Road which is in the Garden Village area of East Hull. We are signposted from the major roads surrounding the Hospice, so finding us should not be too difficult.

Travelling East from Leeds, Goole and the M62 The M62 becomes the A63 (Clive Sullivan Way), continue on this road towards the town centre. Follow the road as it goes over Myton Bridge Flyover, crossing the River Hull, making sure you are in the middle lane. You will then come to a roundabout where you must take the second exit. Stay in the left hand lane and shortly afterwards, take the 1st slip-road on your left signposted Beverley and Bridlington, which will bring you to another roundabout, where you again take the second exit into Mount Pleasant. Continue on this road, going straight over the traffic lights (Junction with Holderness Road) and go straight ahead at the next 2 roundabouts. At the third roundabout turn right into Chamberlain Road.

Travelling South from York and Beverley Take the A1079, Beverley bypass, towards Hull. Continue on the A1079 until a roundabout signs A1033 East Hull follow the signs for A1033 - straight over 2 roundabouts, at 3rd roundabout take 3rd exit still following A1033 signs, straight over next roundabout and 1st exit at the next roundabout (Ennerdale Roundabout), 3rd exit at next roundabout. Then straight over the next 2 roundabouts (still signed A1033) at the next roundabout take 1st exit (left) into Chamberlain Road.

Travelling North from Lincoln, Grimsby and Scunthorpe Take A15 over the Humber Bridge and join the A63 (Clive Sullivan Way) at the roundabout. Continue on this road towards the town centre. Follow the road as it goes over Myton Bridge Flyover, crossing the River Hull, making sure you are in the middle lane. You will then come to a roundabout where you must take the second exit. Stay in the left hand lane and shortly afterwards, take the 1st slip-road on your left signposted Beverley and Bridlington, which will bring you to another roundabout, where you again take the second exit into Mount Pleasant. Continue on this road, going straight over the traffic lights (Junction with Holderness Road) and go straight ahead at the next 2 roundabouts.


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