Course Duration: One Day

CPD Hours: 7 Hours

Time: 09:00-17:00


This inter-professional simulation-based training course uses immersive clinical scenarios facilitated by simulation experts to explore the challenges of caring for patients approaching the end of life, with a focus on Human Factors and priorities for care of the dying person in hospital and community settings. The course aims to enhance the skills and confidence of health professionals in delivering the best individualised end of life care in today’s challenging context.


  • To increase the confidence of health professionals in facilitating good end of life care
  • To increase knowledge of tools that facilitate Individualised end of life care
  • To understand the value of the inter-personal and cognitive non-technical skills required to perform effectively through human factors training

Learning Outcomes:
After completing this course attendees will be able to:

  • Describe the Priorities of Care, understanding their duties and responsibilities to ensure that individual care is provided, whether in a hospital or community setting, according to the needs and wishes of the patient
  • Recognise and review their own needs and those of the wider team, when caring for individuals who are dying, through reflective practice

This course is suitable for:

  • All healthcare practitioners working in areas that frequently deal with end of life care in both hospital and community settings.

Dates & Fees:

Please contact the Simulation team for more information on dates & course fees.