21 November 2019, London 

Explore issues encountered by those whose work brings them into contact with families faced with an uncertain future for their newborn.

Learning outcomes

  • identify the ways in which we communicate and the impact of our communication in both the short and long term
  • explore the feelings of loss and grief often experienced by parents of a premature or sick baby
  • consider the moral and ethical dilemmas we are often faced with when working in an intensive care setting
  • reflect on the impact of this work on us, the professional carer
  • gain information about Child Bereavement UK, other similar support organisations and resources available.

Who should attend

This workshop will look at the neonatal experience from the perspective of a parent and a professional. It is suitable for all neonatal nurses, doctors and other healthcare staff working in a neonatal unit. This may also be appropriate for those working on delivery and postnatal units.

Fee

*£95 Fees for participants include course materials, a CPD certificate of attendance, refreshments and light lunch. We would like to thank Haven House Hospice for kindly providing the venue for this training day.

  * A limited number of £45 bursary places have been kindly provide by Abigail's footsteps.  Please email [email protected] to obtain a bursary booking form.    BURSARY PLACES FULL   

  

Book your place

Please book your place online, or if you wish to pay on invoice, please complete and return our course booking form.

We encourage prospective participants to consider their own experience of loss and how it might affect them during training. Generally speaking, our training is not usually suited to anyone who has suffered a recent, significant personal loss or bereavement.

For further information please email the Training Department or call us on 01494 568909.

Thank you so much for this study day. Relevant, practical topics and discussions delivered by knowledgeable and passionate facilitators. A study day that will benefit my future practice and the babies under my care.

- Staff Nurse, Neonatal Unit