Introduction to Education:
A key feature of our palliative care is providing education for healthcare professionals involved in palliative care within the Taranaki region. Throughout the year our team offers holistic education that is practical, theoretical and reflective, across the range of topics relevant to palliative care. Education is provided by Specialists from our Medical, Nursing, Support Services (Counselling, Social Work, Spiritual) and Cultural Liaison teams. Our education programs seek to not only build skills across networks but also to support a shared care approach.
Education Programme Palliative Care for 2023
To request additional information regarding Education sessions please contact Paula King, the Hospice Taranaki Clinical Nurse Educator
Education evaluation forms 2023 to be completed following the training.
Training is held at:
Te Kahu Pairuri Hospice Taranaki
Yarrow Education Suite
5 David Street
New Plymouth 4310
First Thursday of each month from 0730 - 0830
Watch them - wherever you are... you’ll be able to access all you need for the lecture via a private webpage –https://www.hospice.org.nz/education-training/lectures-permission/ on the Hospice NZ website.
2023 Lectures to be advised
Tamariki and Rangatahi's Grief is Everyone's Business
Presented by Dr Amanda Evans, Paediatric palliative care specialist, Mary Potter Hospice, Wellington
Webcast quick info
- From Feb 2021 the lectures became webcast only
- No phone needed - you’ll access the lecture via the internet
- No longer need a copy of the speakers PowerPoint prior to the lecture – they will control this via the webcast
- You’ll need an internet-capable screen/computer in a shared space with speakers and keyboard for questions
We suggest you bookmark this page on your computer and the shared computer where your site will listen to the lecture.