Diversity in End of Life Care Heads North
9 June 2014
The Woolf Institute will shortly be delivering Diversity in End of Life Care training to two hospices in Newcastle and Sunderland.
Looking at issues of religious and spiritual diversity at the end of life, this course brings together nurses, doctors, chaplains, volunteers and other professionals to reflect on how to provide compassionate and respectful care in contexts of diversity.
The Course has previously been delivered to Barts Health NHS Trust and North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust, following a successful pilot at Royal Free Hospital and the Marie Curie Hospice, Hampstead.