[HRD Corp Claimable] Basic Palliative Care Course
Palliative care is an essential aspect that focuses on providing holistic care and support to individuals with serious illnesses and their families. It aims to enhance the quality of life by addressing physical, emotional, social, and spiritual needs. The Introduction to Basic Palliative Care course is designed to equip person with foundational knowledge, skills, and attitudes required to provide compassionate and effective care to patients facing life-limiting illnesses.
At the end of this workshop, the learners are expected to have competency in:
- To improve the care of seriously ill patients and their families.
- To improve caregiver satisfaction, by building generalist palliative care knowledge and clinical skills with an emphasis on communication across disciplines.
- To promote the understanding and integration of palliative care across the continuum of care for end of life care patient
MODULE 1 - HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF PALLIATIVE CARE
- Cicely Saunder – a voice for the voiceless
- Palliative Medicine
- WHO definition in healthcare
- The impact on the family of terminal restlessness and its management
- Extending Specialist Palliative Care to all.
- Quality of Life in Palliative Care: Principle and practices
- Is there such a thing as a Good death?
MODULE 2 - Sign & Symptoms Management in Palliative Care
- Vomiting and nausea
- Pain assessment in the non-verbal
- Breathless and respiratory problems
- Anxiety and depression mood in the end of life
MODULE 3 - SYMPTOMS MANAGEMENT IN PALLIATIVE CARE
- Psycho – Social Issue in palliative Care
- Loss and Mourning
- Measurement of distress in Palliative Care
MODULE 4 - Spirituality in Palliative Care
- Sexuality in Palliative Care on patient’s perceptive
- Culture and believe in end the of Life
- Last Day preparation
MODULE 5 - Supportive Care
- Stress – Patient and Family Member in end of life journey
- Supports to caregiver in the end of life of patient
- Ethics in Palliative Care
- Setting a support group to support the family member and caregiver.
MODULE 6 - COMMUNICATION IN PALLIATIVE CARE
- Breaking a bad news diagram
- What do patients receiving palliative care for cancer and their family want to be told?
- Nurse- Patient communication in palliative care
MODULE 7- Palliative Care in Long Term Facility
- How the care rendered in Elderly Care Centre
- Integrating Palliative Care in Long Term Facility
- The Domain need to cover
- Lectures, Video clips,
- Assessment tool
- Practial session
Any professionals, researchers or caregivers, particularly healthcare practitioners who are closely dealing with older people who live in the community. The targeted professionals but not limited to, are as follows:
- Nursing Home Operators
- Occupational Therapists
- Social Workers
- Care Givers
Training Fee : RM1,300 per pax
10% discount for group above 3.
2 days training
Time: 9am to 6pm
Venue : iElder SS2
Office Number : 03-95439588
Nick (PIC) : 012 300 5592
HRDCorp Training Programme No: 10001348692
17 & 18 November