$90.00 (GST incl.)
This Mini-Masterclass has been designed for clinical health professionals, community and social care workers with palliative patients and family/whānau/aiga.
Communicating with patients and family/whānau/aiga is an important skill in all aspects of health care. The conversations in palliative care can be particularly challenging, and the risk is that they are avoided. They can require confidence and courage to start, and skilled sensitivity to navigate well.
The workshop will look at what is best practice in communication skills, and will showcase creative and interactive methods of learning and facilitation to broaden your thinking in your approach to this work.
The workshop has been designed for clinical health professionals, community and social care workers with palliative patients and family/whānau/aiga.
- Identifying and approaching patients who may benefit from an introduction to palliative care or advance care planning.
- Skills in listening.
- Handling strong emotion in the consultation.
- Confidence in conversations about prognosis and uncertainty.
- Confidence in conversations at the end-of-life.