Aim:  To enable learners to gain increased knowledge, skills and good practice for care after death and bereavement.

Learning Outcomes

  • Identify good practice for the deceased patient including Personal Care after Death with respect for individual faiths and beliefs
  • Identify and provide practical support and information to families, significant others, staff and other residents
  • Recognise and identify the normal and abnormal manifestations of grief and bereavement and what to do

Participants: Suitable for everyone working in health and social care settings.

Methods: Virtual presentation and discussion via Microsoft Teams.

Time: 1 Hour

Fee: Free

To book: Please choose from the dates below

13th June 2024

27th September 2024

Feedback from Previous Delegates

"Very beneficial training facilitated well showing empathy and sensitivity"

"I think the course is such excellent value and delivered beautifully"

Please note that our virtual training sessions are facilitated by a live presenter. Please ensure you are in an appropriate learning environment (i.e. quiet and free from distractions) when attending virtual training sessions.