Psychological, Ethical and Spiritual Aspects of Palliative Care Practice/LSBU Partnership

Psychological, Ethical and Spiritual Aspects of Palliative Care Practice/LSBU Partnership

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An academic module delivered by Saint Francis Hospice for London Southbank University


This module focuses on developing an in-depth understanding of the psychosocial, ethical and spiritual issues encountered by patients with life-limiting illness and their families/carers. By undertaking this module, students will have the opportunity to explore areas related to equity and diversity; cultural competence; psychological distress and family dynamics; ethical and legal dilemmas; communication skills, grief, loss and bereavement, and professional burnout relevant to palliative care practice.


This module can be studied at either Level 6 or level 7 and can be taken as a stand alone module of 20 credits or as part of the BSc or MSc in Palliative Care.


Dates for the taught study days are:
10/01/2023
24/01/2023
07/02/2023
21/02/2023
Two study days will be at LSBU (Havering Campus and Saint Francis Hospice)
Two study days will be held virtually via MS Teams


Cost : £1285


Applications should be made online via the LSBU CPD Prospectus. The closing date for applications is 4 weeks prior to the start of the course.


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