End of Life care for people with long term conditions

Continuing Professional Education

This module offers the opportunity to examine end of life experiences of people with non-malignant, life-limiting conditions and the effects on those close to them.  

People with long term conditions have the right to end of life care tailored to their needs.  This course draws on established palliative care principles to enable inter-professional learners, in all care settings, to develop their understanding and skills in end of life care. The module will focus on supporting people across the age spectrum with lung and heart disease, neurological conditions, kidney failure, people with dementia and the frail elderly. 

This module is followed by the End of life: Principles of care module that is delivered at St Barnabas Hospice in February 2019

Deadline for applications 30/6/18 for this module. If you are seeking funding from your employer, please check with your line manager when funding applications need to be submitted as they are often required to be submitted to your manager 6 weeks prior to the above date.

Also see flyers for the End of life: Principles of care module that is delivered at St Barnabas Hospice February - April 2019

For more information or to apply, please visit the links given below. Or contact
D.P.Collins@brighton.ac.uk or Telephone: 01273 643833

For BSc /Level 6

For MSc / Level 7

Time and Place

Venue - St Wilfrid’s Hospice, Eastbourne & St Michaels Hospice, Hastings.
Tuesdays - 2nd, 9th ,16th, 30th October

Dates in bold indicate blended learning. Other dates indicate attendance to lecture.

End Of Life Pathway Leader: Di Collins, Senior Lecturer

This 20 credit level 6/7 module can contribute to the  undergraduate award for the BSc (Hons) in Professional Practice, BSc (Hons) Acute Clinical Practice (L6), or the MSc Advanced Clinical Practice (L7). Alternatively it can be taken as a single standalone module for general personal development or continuing professional development.