Mary Potter Hospice’s education programme aims to give other health professionals in the community the skills they need to provide the best palliative care.
Our workshops are available for all health workers who provide palliative and end-of-life services. Education topics range from pain management to strategies for coping with grief and loss. The learning activities and methods we use provide an opportunity for experiential and collaborative learning.
We maintain strong links with the tertiary educational institutions in our region, including the University of Otago Wellington, Victoria University of Wellington, Massey University Wellington and Whitireia Polytechnic. Some of our staff are visiting lecturers at these institutions.
As a specialist centre, we can provide targeted onsite training for a range of health professionals and allied health workers. We can work with you to design training for the specific needs of your organisation.
On reflecting on the course, I realised everyone who had shared their story had deep love and functioning relationship with the person they were caring for or had lost. Particularly with dementia this is not often what I am seeing in my work. Participant: Masterclass on Loss & Grief
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