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[25 Jun, 2016] Communication skills and delivering difficult news (London)

Discussion in 'Midwifery Events and Study Days' started by Events, Feb 4, 2016.

Communication skills and delivering difficult news
Start Date: 25 Jun, 2016 09:30 AM
End Date: 25 Jun, 2016 06:30 PM
Time Zone: Europe/London +01:00 BST

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    ARC is pleased to announce that we have recently redeveloped our Day 1 training day especially for healthcare professional students.

    The day will give students the opportunity to explore the implications of antenatal screening and the diagnosis of fetal anomaly, through theoretical learning, group-work and discussion. The training affords students an opportunity to develop the skills needed to give the best quality of care to parents. Emphasis is placed on the parent's perspective of antenatal screening and the experience of the healthcare professional.

    Learning outcomes
    Attendees of Students Day 1 training will:
    • Learn what ARC provides
    • Understand the parents' experience of screening and diagnosis
    • Develop effective listening during times of stress and crisis
    • Explore ways of delivering difficult news
    • Support and inform the decision-making process
    • Become aware of attitudes, values and preconceptions
    • Become aware of aspects of grief and bereavement after fetal loss
    • Explore the use of language and techniques
    If you are interested in attending Day 1 for students, one date is currently planned for Saturday 25th June 2016.
    If you're unable to attend this date you can still attend any of ARC's other Day 1 dates, which are Saturday 12th March and Saturday 9th July 2016.
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