Training

Scott Janssen to give NHPCO webinar on how PTSD impacts EOL care

Scott Janseen‘s May 11th webinar “will explore the origins of PTSD and subclinical PTSD, its potential impact on trauma survivors, the ways illness can complicate effective coping, relational harmony and care at end of life, and how hospice and palliative…

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Negativity Towards Caregivers

How do you handle feelings of anger, fear that is being projected onto the caregiver by the patient? It is hard to be caring for someone (which is generally a challenging task at its best) and have that person be…

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IPCed seeks presenters to share their post-acute care best practices and stories

Vancouver, WA (PRWEB) January 24, 2017 The Institute for Professional Care Education (IPCed) announced today that for the first time, they are opening up their webinars to other vendors, providers and senior care visionaries in the United States, so they…

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Hospice Nurse and End of Life Advocate Suzanne B. O'Brien to Offer ... - MENAFN.COM

Suzanne B. O”Brien R.N. and Founder of Doulagivers Live Doulagivers Training for Level 1 Community Outreach Program in Weston, CT Sep. 24th 1-6 pm. I have always made the analogy of a new life coming into this world with a…

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Do Children Know When They Are Dying?

By Barbara Karnes, R.N. QUESTION: Should children be told of their impending death or do they somehow know it? It is interesting to me that we can talk about adults approaching death and all the dynamics involved with a certain…

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Discomfort Using The Word “Hospice”

By Barbara Karnes, R.N. Question: I work with patients that are typically beyond traditional “home care”, are hospice appropriate, but continue to treat and are not able to make the transition to hospice (and some never do). Do you have…

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Cambia Health Foundation to Fund Training for 2,400 Health Professionals in Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Utah

Reducing Health Disparities for Latinos: Cambia Health Foundation Grant Expands Culturally Appropriate Palliative Care Training Across Pacific Northwest Portland, Oregon (PRWEB) February 09, 2016 A recent Cambia Health Foundation investment of $318,900 will expand an Oregon-based training curriculum in culturally…

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Training Programs on How to Care for the Dying Launch January 10th in NYC

Hospice RN Suzanne B. O’Brien has created four individual training programs to help bring the skill of caring for the dying back to our modern society. New York NY (PRWEB) January 07, 2016 Death is an inevitable part of our…

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NYC Hospice/Oncology Nurse and Best Selling Author Offers Complimentary End of Life Trainings

New York…End of Life educator and advocate, Suzanne B. O’Brien, RN is offering one day End of Life Doula Level 1 Caregiver Trainings at community centers, religious organizations and yoga studios throughout the five boroughs of New York. A love…

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Hospice Volunteer Program Offers Opportunity to Touch Lives

Free VNA Hospice Volunteer Training Available for Community Members Basking Ridge, NJ (PRWEB) January 22, 2015 The Visiting Nurse Association of Somerset Hills is offering an opportunity for men and women to train as hospice volunteers. Volunteers provide much needed…

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