Paramedic Training

First on the scene, responding to 999 calls for end of life care

Date:   Monday 25th January 2021 – 11.00 – 14.00

Price: This training is free of charge to you as it is fully funded by West Sussex Clinical Commissioning Group [SECAmb: Arundel Community Response, Bognor Regis station, Burgess Hill station, Chichester Community Response, Crawley HQ & EOC, East Preston Community Response, Gatwick MRC, Horsham Community Response, Lancing Community Response, Littlehampton station, Pulborough Community Response, Selsey Community Response, Shoreham station, Tangmere MRC, Worthing station]

Where: Virtual via Microsoft Teams

Suitable for all paramedics, paramedic practitioners, OOH staff, Rapid Assessment and Intervention Teams. Places are limited - first come first served !

This is a discussion based workshop to cover:-

  • Improve confidence in decision making around end of life care admissions to hospital and understand how to avoid admissions where appropriate
  • Provide an understanding of the dying process and how to recognise it
  • Increase knowledge and skills in managing end of life symptoms

Previous evaluations include:

‘It will help when I am dealing with end of life patients and has made me feel more confident in all the aspects of recognising dying, symptom management and palliative emergencies’

‘Has increased my confidence in managing EOL/palliative patients, will now use different pathways for information when trying to avoid hospital’

‘I now know how to recognise & identify the signs and symptoms of patients that are dying as well as the actions that should be taken’

This course will be held virtually via Microsoft Teams which can be booked below. You will receive a joining link to the email address you have registered by the day before the event.