7th March 2019 9:00 am
£75 (includes lunch)
Warwick Myton Hospice
Two workshops relating to relationships and important conversations.
- This study day begins with an exploration of boundary issues between you and your patient/client. The rest of the day will be spent participating in a communication skills workshop with a difference. No role play involved!
09:00 Registration and refreshments
09:15 - 10:45 Managing Boundaries: Is it possible to care too much?
Description: A short session on managing your professional boundaries
Outcomes: On the session participants will explore:
- What are boundaries?
- Why do we need them?
- What’s okay/ not okay?
- Boundary violations
- How do we use them?
- How to set boundaries
- What’s your responsibility?
Target audience: Health and social care staff working with people with life limiting conditions.
Facilitator – Dr Gemma Jones, Clinical Psychologist.
11:00 - 16:30 "Real Talk" - How to have important conversations.
A brand new, unique way to develop your communication skills, by analysing real-life conversations.
- Explore how to respond to difficult questions.
- Develop the skills needed to broach sensitive issues, such as discussing dying.
- No role play involved!!!
Target audience: Health and social care staff who wish to develop their communication skills.
Facilitators: Dr Jo Poultney and Karen Badgery.
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