Palliative care Courses & Classes

All 29 Palliative care Courses & Classes in Ireland

Palliative Care Level 2 Award - Ireland Premium

Palliative CareAscentis Level 2 Award A distance learning course is the ideal way to gain a Palliative Care award. Whether you're looking to go on to further education, improve your job prospects or expand your knowledge, distance learning Palliative Care is a flexible and convenient course, which allows you to comprehensively prepare for an exam or career through home study. What's more, because the distance learning Level 2 Palliative Care course is a fully comprehensive course, no prior knowledge is required. This programme is designed to be accessible for freestanding study by non-specialists in this area and to facilitate integration within employer training programmes in health and social care. Learners complete 4 units: understanding palliative care; understanding a person's needs in a palliative care context; supporting a person with their physical care needs; care during the final hours of life and bereavement care. HOME STUDY SUPPORT You will be provided with c ... (Training Available by eDistance Learning) Palliative Care Level 2 Award

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Grad Dip Palliative Care Studies FT - Ireland Pro Plus

The Graduate Diploma in Palliative Care is aimed at advancing the health care professionals repertoire of knowledge and skills for professional practice in the care of persons with life limiting illness ... (Training Available by University College Dublin) Grad Dip Palliative Care Studies FT

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Grad Cert Palliative Care PT - Ireland Pro Plus

The Graduate Certificate in Palliative Care is aimed at advancing the health care professionals repertoire of knowledge and skills for professional practice in the care of persons with life limiting illness. ... (Training Available by University College Dublin) Grad Cert Palliative Care PT

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MSc Palliative Care Studies PT - Ireland Pro Plus

The Master of Science in Palliative Care builds on the health care professionals repertoire of knowledge and skills for professional practice in the care of persons with life limiting illness.(Training Available by University College Dublin) MSc Palliative Care Studies PT

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Palliative Care (FETAC Level 5) delivered by Attendance Learning - Ireland Pro Plus

The module is designed to equip the learner with the knowledge and skills of the palliative care approach to enable them to care for the person diagnosed with a life-limiting illness and, in the last days of a person’s life and also his/her family in a dignified and holistic way. Course documentation for this, FETAC accredited course is detailed, comprehensive and easy to read. Students receive a comprehensive Course Manual, Assignments, Efficient Studyguide, and unlimited one-to-one Tutor Support for the course duration. ... (Training Available by The Open College) Palliative Care (FETAC Level 5) delivered by Attendance Learning

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Course Offered by The Open College, Alternatives:1 of 29 courses & classes
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Palliative Care (FETAC Level 5) - Ireland Pro Plus

The module is designed to equip the learner with the knowledge and skills of the palliative care approach to enable them to care for the person diagnosed with a life-limiting illness and, in the last days of a person’s life and also his/her family in a dignified and holistic way. Course documentation for this, FETAC accredited course is detailed, comprehensive and easy to read. This distance learning FETAC accredited course means that students can study flexibly at home or at work, while gaining a nationally accredited qualification. Students receive a comprehensive Course Manual, Assignments, Efficient Studyguide, and unlimited one-to-one Tutor Support for the course duration. ... (Training Available by The Open College) Palliative Care (FETAC Level 5)

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Palliative Care - Ireland Pro Plus

The Postgraduate Diploma in Palliative Care is designed to increase the knowledge, attitudes and skills of healthcare professionals working with palliative care, oncology and long term chronically ill patientsThe School of Medicine, University College Cork, in partnership with St. Patrick’s Hospital (Cork) Ltd. which includes Marymount Hospice, offer a Postgraduate Diploma in Palliative Care as an interdisciplinary course.This is a taught course that can be taken for a minimum of 18 months over two academic years or for a maximum of 36 months over four academic years from the date of first registration to the programme. ... (Training Available by University College Cork) Palliative Care

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Palliative Care Support (FETAC Level 5) - Ireland Pro Plus

Course DescriptionThe module is designed to equip the learner with the knowledge and skills of the palliative care approach to enable them to care for the person diagnosed with a life-limiting illness and, in the last days of a person’s life and also his/her family in a dignified and holistic way.Course documentation for this, FETAC accredited course is detailed, comprehensive and easy to read. This distance learning FETAC accredited course means that students can study flexibly at home or at work, while gaining a nationally accredited qualification.Students receive a comprehensive Course Manual, Assignments, Efficient Studyguide, and unlimited one-to-one Tutor Support for the course duration.General AimsLearners who successfully complete this module will:provide holistic care for persons diagnosed with a life- limiting illness and in the last days of a person’s life and also for their families, carers and significant otherscommunicate effectively with persons with a life-l ... (Training Available by The Open College) Palliative Care Support (FETAC Level 5)

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Nursing (Palliative Care) MSc (FT) - Ireland Pro

Utilise evidence to inform nursing practice in monitoring co-ordinating andmanaging care. Critically review current innovations and developments within nursing. Utilise a knowledge base consistent with that of the profession, and whichincorporates the standards of professional groups. ... (Training Available by University of Limerick) Nursing (Palliative Care) MSc (FT)

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Additional Palliative care Courses & Classes in Ireland

Palliative Care FETAC Level 5 - Ireland Pro

8 weeks Mondays 170(Training Available by Moate Business College) Palliative Care FETAC Level 5

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Palliative Care - Ireland

Course Outline:Apply For This Course Unit 1 Working in Palliative Care state the principles of hospice and palliative care identify the role of each member of the palliative care recognise the family as the primary unit of care identify common fears and anxieties experienced by the person outline the specific needs of the following groups in relation to death - dying and bereavement: children - people with mental illness reflect on their own feelings about death - dying and bereavement and the need for ongoing personal support and guidance Unit 2 Communication Skills demonstrate effective communication skills with those who display emotions such as anger - fear - sadness - depression - demonstrate effective communication skills with those who have communication difficulties - for example hearing impairment or speech difficulties promote an environment that allows the dying person and his/her family to express fears and emotions identify strategies for seeking advice and assistan ... (Training Available by Community Training & Education Centre) Palliative Care

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FETAC Palliative Care Component Certificate Level 5 - Ireland

You are here: >>>>>>Course DetailsCourse CodePACF10FAS FundingNoNon-EUNo Career Opportunities & ProgressionOn completion of this module, the participant will have achieved a FETAC credit in A Palliative Care Approach Component Certificate FETAC Level 5 D20170. This qualification will equip the participant with insights and strategies in the professional care of the elderly.  FETAC Palliative Care Component Certificate Level 5The module is designed to equip the learner with the knowledge and skills of the palliative care approach to enable them to care for the person diagnosed with a life-limiting illness and, in the last days of a person’s life and also his/her family in a dignified and holistic way.Pre-requisitesThis course is open to all with general work/life experience. Participants should be in occupational roles sufficient to allow them reflect upon the practical implications of palliative care. It is a suitable course for those with a sig ... (Training Available by Dorset College) FETAC Palliative Care Component Certificate Level 5

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Palliative Care - Ireland

Palliative Care This course is not currently available. Please join our mail list for notification about this course starting.(Training Available by Safety Ireland) Palliative Care

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Course Offered by Safety Ireland, Alternatives:1 of 29 courses & classes
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Palliative Care Support - Ireland

FETAC Level 5 Component CertificateAims:To provide holistic care for the dying person and their familiesTo communicate effectively with dying persons and their familiesTo enhance the quality of life of the dying personTo recognise and respect the uniqueness of each person’s approach to deathTo work effectively as part of the healthcare teamLearning Outcomes:Define palliative care and terminal careIdentify the role of each member of the palliative care teamRecognise the important role of the family and the diversity of family structuresIdentify common fears and anxieties of client & family members at this timeOutline specific needs of groups in relation to death, dying & bereavementDemonstrate the role of the HCAs in promoting a sense of worth, self esteem, quality of life and autonomy for the dying personReflect on own feeling on death, dying and bereavementUnderstand the ... (Training Available by Leading Healthcare Providers Skillnet) Palliative Care Support

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Course Offered by Leading Healthcare Providers Skillnet, Alternatives:1 of 29 courses & classes
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Palliative Care - Ireland

This M.Sc. in Palliative Care is open to a wide range of professionals who have experience in delivering a palliative care approach within practice within the last two years. The aim of this inter-disciplinary course is to provide an opportunity for students to develop a comprehensive academic and evidence based approach to their practice and to criticallyexplore and critique palliative care service provision. For the duration of the course| students need to be employedin an area where the principles of palliative care are operationalised when caring for individuals with life threatening illness and their families. ... (Training Available by Trinity College Dublin) Palliative Care

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Course Offered by Trinity College Dublin, Alternatives:1 of 29 courses & classes
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Graduate Diploma / Master of Science in Palliative Care In association with University College Dublin - Ireland

The Graduate Diploma/Master of Science in Palliative Care course aims to build upon and advance the repertoire of knowledge, skills, attitudes and professional values, in order to promote competence and confidence in the practitioner’s work. The course aims to prepare individual’s to enhance the care provided to patients and their families facing physical, psychosocial and spiritual problems associated with life limiting illness. The specific aims of the course are:to build upon and advance the student’s repertoire of knowledge, skills, attitudes and professional values that were developed during the course of his/her education and arising out of his/her experiences in clinical practiceto provide the student with the requisite knowledge, skills, attitudes and professional values for the advancement of his/her specialist knowledge, including critical analysis, creative thinking, decision making and communicationto develop a greater understanding of the theory which un ... (Training Available by Our Ladys Hospice Ltd) Graduate Diploma / Master of Science in Palliative Care In association with University College Dublin

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Course Offered by Our Ladys Hospice Ltd, Alternatives:1 of 29 courses & classes
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Palliative Care - Ireland

A PALLIATIVE CARE APPROACH FETAC Level 5 - D20170VENUE:Maldron Hotel, Oranmore, GalwayDATES:Wednesday 23rd, 30th Nov; 7th Dec 2011TIME: 2.00pm - 7.00pmFEE: €300.00Venue:Granville Hotel, WaterfordDates:Wed: 9th, 23rd and 30th November 2011Time:10.00am - 4.00pmFEE: €300.00Time: 10.00am - 4.00pm Course Content:Unit 1 Working in Palliative Care: Learners should be able to:10.1.1 state the principles of hospice and palliative care.10.1.2 define palliative care and terminal care.10.1.3 identify the role of each member of the palliative care.10.1.4 recognise the family as the primary unit of care and the diversity of family structures.10.1.5 identify common fears and anxieties experienced by the person and his/her family approaching death.10.1.6 outline the specific needs of the following groups in relation to death, dying and bereavement:� children; � people with intellectual disability; � people with mental illness.10.1.7 demonstrate the role of the carer ... (Training Available by Bourke College) Palliative Care

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Course Offered by Bourke College, Alternatives:1 of 29 courses & classes
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Psychosocial Issues in Palliative Care: Listening to the Still Small Voice: the role of palliative care nurses in addressing psychosocial neds of patients and families - Ireland

The overall objective of this workshop is to create a forum for debate around the role of the specialist palliative care nurse in addressing psychosocial needs in terms of skills, competencies, challenges and evidence-based practice. On completion of the day, participants will • Develop a shared understanding of psychosocial care as applied to the practice specialist palliative care • Understand the concept of compassion as applied to clinical practice • Develop strategies for engagement and withdrawal in psychosocial contexts of care • Foster a nursing response to psychosocial engagement in the context of the wider multidisciplinary team • Articulate the debate around specialist palliative care nursing and the role played in outreach to the wider nursing communities on how to address psychosocial needs. An Bord Altranais Category 1 Approved ... (Training Available by Our Ladys Hospice Ltd) Psychosocial Issues in Palliative Care: Listening to the Still Small Voice: the role of palliative care nurses in addressing psychosocial neds of patients and families

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A Palliative Care Approach - FETAC Level 5 - Ireland

This module is a statement of the standards to be achieved to gain a FETAC credit in “A Palliative Care Approach” at Level 5. It is an elective module for the Level 5 Certificate in Healthcare Support. The module is designed to equip the learner with the knowledge and skills of the palliative care approach to enable them to care for the person diagnosed with a life-limiting illness and, in the last days of a person’s life and also his/her family in a dignified and holistic way. Portfolio of Assessment: Learner Record 70% Assignment 30% ... (Training Available by Bourke College) A Palliative Care Approach - FETAC Level 5

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