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Health Care Assistant Training Course 2017-18

Our course begins with a 4 day ‘block week. Monday Sept 18th, 19th, 20th and 21st. Then the programme runs just one day a week – almost every Thursday until March 8th. There are also practical work days that must be completed in a clinical environment. These can be done on the wards of Our Lady’s Hospice & Care Services.

When you study as part of our QQI Healthcare assistnt class, you will receive:

  • All 8 modules with expert staff and teachers of Our Lady’s Hospice. For details click here.
  • Guaranteed work placement on the wards of Our Lady’s Hospice
  • All required training for work placements; manual handling etc
  • Access to state of the art learning centre; full library, WiFi, printing, study room.
  • Free parking and on-site restaurant
  • To view the course timetable please click here.

For full information on each module complete the details here.

By | April 4th, 2017|Categories: Course, Gerontology|0 Comments

Self Care & Compassion in Healthcare

Interactive skills workshops will be facilitated in morning and afternoon by senior staff of Our Lady’s Hospice & Care Services including Dr Joan Cunningham, Medical Director and Ms Geraldine Tracey, Manager Blackrock Hospice (Schwartz Rounds), Dr Ursula Bates, Head of Psychology (Mindfulness) and by Ms Karen Brennan, founder of Self Care for Carers whose organisation has been leading in the provision of healthy caregiving strategies to OLH&CS (and many other health care organisations) for over 5 years.

  1. Schwartz Rounds – Dr Joan Cunningham and Ms Ger Treacy
  2. Mindfulness for Healthcare Professionals – Dr Ursula Bates
  3. The Self Care Imperative – Ms Karen Brennan, Self Care for Carers

Click here for full details of each workshop

The day will open with an introduction from our CEO, Ms Audrey Houlihan. Following the lectures and workshops there will be a panel discussion where our speakers will be joined by Ms Juanita Guidera from the HSE and Ms Mary Kirwan, Head of Human Resources in OLH&CS.  In their individual way they will address how practices and techniques explored can be encouraged and promoted within and across health care organisations. The day will close with an address from Ms Patricia Hallahan, Director of Education, Research and Training, OLH&CS.

A full programme for the day can be found below.

Self Care and Compassion Programme. 

Seeking CPD points from relevant bodies

SELF CARE & COMPASSION IN HEALTHCARE Tue 25 APRIL from Education & Research on Vimeo.

For full information on each module complete the details here.

By | April 3rd, 2017|Categories: Course, Palliative|0 Comments

Palliative Medicine Grand Rounds

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Palliative Medicine Grand Rounds

Who Can Attend?
Postgraduate physicians.
Professionals from other healthcare disciplines are welcome to attend; this does not include members of the general public.

Palliative Medicine Grand Rounds is a weekly postgraduate physician education meeting. It is held on Friday at 8am in the Lecture Theatre of the Education & Research Centre.

Click here for videos of previous Grand Rounds talks and more

By | April 1st, 2017|Categories: Course, Palliative|0 Comments

Graduate Diploma/Certificate/Masters in Palliative Care (with UCD)

By | March 31st, 2017|Categories: Course, Palliative|0 Comments

Medicines Management in Palliative Care 2018

The course is delivered using  7 online learning training modules followed by an interactive education day, delivered by a multidisciplinary team. Participants will have opportunities to apply learning through the use of case studies, problem solving activities and reflective practice.

Course Objectives

  • Gain up-to-date, evidence-based knowledge of how and why medicines are used in pain and symptom management in palliative care.
  • Understand the practical use and indications for a syringe pump in palliative care.
  • Enhance communication skills with patients and colleagues to promote optimum pharmaceutical care of patients at end of life.

Who should attend?

Community pharmacists, hospital pharmacists, residential care pharmacists and other health care professionals with a particular interest in medicines in palliative care.

For full information on each module complete the details here.

By | March 28th, 2017|Categories: Course, Palliative|0 Comments