As well as offering specialist palliative training we also offer a range of tailor made courses for organisations. Examples of tailor made courses are:
If you would like to discuss a tailor made course and how we could work with you, please contact Dr Sally Boa - [email protected] or 01324826222.
We have a seminar room which seats a maximum of 40 people. This can be hired, depending on availability. Costs are £150.00 per day.
Catering can also be provided:
Sandwich Lunch - £4.50 per person
Buffet Lunch - £11.00 per person (choice of hot or cold course and dessert)
Tea, coffee and biscuits - £1.20 per person
If you would like to discuss room hire please contact Lindsey Manzie, Education Secretary - [email protected]
When working in the cancer and palliative care environments, we often encounter patients with symptoms affecting their quality of life. Many of these symptoms respond positively to the judicious use of essential oils and related products. This class explores issues that commonly affect quality of life for chronically ill patients with a view to providing an evidence-based and practical perspective as to the role of essential oils and different mediums/bases.
This half study day aims to introduce registered nurses to the use of the McKinlay syringe pump.
This introductory course to Mindfulness has been devised by the Mindfulness Association and is an excellent opportunity to start to make mindfulness part of your life. The course consists of eight two hour sessions and a day of practice.
At Strathcarron Hospice, many people living with life limiting illness participate in creative art projects. Our Creative Arts Facilitators have a wealth of experience in guiding people through projects which support people to reflect on their lives, creating memories and leaving a legacy for the future.
A new communication model for care staff in health and social care sectors including those working in voluntary or private care organisation. The model is designed to be used as a guide to help care workers recognise and respond to people’s emotional concerns in a way that allows them to explore their own solutions and sources of support to manage their distress.
This afternoon workshop focuses on promoting the development of knowledge and skills required by registered nurses to confirm death in a range of care settings.
Come and join our quarterly programme to find out what Hospice and Palliative Care is all about.