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Online: The person-centred approach at end of life

This workshop provides a forum to reflect on and examine person-centred practice within an institutional setting at end of life.

It will provide an opportunity to explore a theoretical understanding of what this means, as well as a space to acknowledge the impact of working in a person-centred way within medical settings. ‘Listening with our eyes, ears and heart’ as Rosella Kinoshameg, of Canada Virtual hospice shares, is no easy task.

There will be an opportunity to work experientially in small groups.

Facilitated by Helen Storey

Helen has worked as a cancer counsellor for over 30 years and has spent the last 7 years working in a palliative care team in an acute hospital. She teaches on the Metanoia Person-Centred MSc and is interests in how people can work in a person-centred way within a medical setting and particularly at end of life.

Date: 2nd June 2023

Time: 18:00-20:00

Delivered via Zoom.

Fee structure

External delegates: £25

Metanoia members: £20

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