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Course

Dying to do better (2023/24)

Started 11 Apr 2024

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Full course description

Part 1: Thursday 11 April 2024 - 9.30 to 1pm

Part 2: Thursday 18 April 2024 - 9.30 to 1pm

£150 per person

Trainer: Karen Windle

If you are booking this course on behalf of someone else please enter their name and email address on the booking form when prompted. If you are booking multiple places please enter the name and email address of each attendee on the same form.

During this course you will:

  • Consider the key factors involved in making decisions at the end of life and understand how to apply these practically within suggested frameworks, settings and circumstances.
  • Develop knowledge and understanding of the spiritual and psychosocial needs of people living with dementia at the end of life and discover practical ways to support them.
  • Develop strategies which will enable you to offer support to families, friends and colleagues as the end-of-life approaches.
  • Develop skills which will enable them to support family, friends and care staff to maintain positive relationships with a person living with dementia who is approaching the end of their life.
  • Understand and be able to challenge the stigmas around dementia which can negatively impact on people’s ability to live and die well with dementia.
  • Hear from Experts by Experience about their own experiences of advance decisions and end of life conversations.

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will receive an e-certificate for their CPD records.

Terms and Conditions

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Cancellations must be made via email to dementia@bradford.ac.uk. A full refund will be given for cancellations made 4 weeks before the start date of the course, and a 50% refund will be given if cancelled 2 weeks before the start date of the course. No refund will be paid for any cancellations less than 2 weeks before the start date of the course.