Upcoming Events – Education, Training and Health promotion workshops and events
As a specialist Palliative Care Service and a Statewide PND Service, one of Calvary Health Care Bethlehem’s key roles is to build the capacity of health services and health professionals to better manage the needs of people living with a life limiting illness. We do this through the delivery of workshops, in-person and online training and online discussions throughout the year. Below are some of the key events planned for this year.
Interactive online discussions about End of Life
An Interactive online discussion for everyday people about life’s most important questions
The next online ‘Let’s talk about Death over Zoom’ session will be held on 12th May.
Let’s talk about death over Zoom –
May 12th 2022 – 3pm – 4.30 pm
For enquiries about our next discussion, please email: email@example.com
Upcoming PEPA courses for General Practitioners
We are excited to confirm that our collaboration with PEPA continues in 2022 with a full year of courses planned! The interactive education sessions will continue to utilise group discussion and case studies to provide a greater understanding of palliative care.
The next online course, ‘Palliative Care in General Practice’ will be held on Wednesday 18th May To register visit the site here.
For a copy of the flyer, click here: 22 05 18 Palliative Care in General Practice
For information on these and other PEPA courses go here
If you have any other queries, please contact Margarita Makoutonina for details at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Progressive Neurological Diseases courses 2022
Our final Specialist MND interdisciplinary workshop for the year was held on 14 October 2021 as part of a weekly series during Spring.
With restrictions hopefully easing into the new year we will keep you updated on new workshops for next year and how we will conduct them.
In the meantime, if you have any enquiries, please email: email@example.com
(The MND workshops conducted every year by CHCB Allied Health Professionals, are practical team-based workshops for health and disability sector staff, which provide participants with an opportunity to interact and exchange views around the common presentations, interventions, equipment and technology that are used in the care of people living with Progressive Neurological Disease. CHCB preference is to run themed practical sessions to provide an opportunity to discuss specific clinical approaches in more detail and give attendees hands on exposure to specialised equipment and technologies.)
Progressive Neurological Diseases Courses and Workshops
A key role of the Statewide PND Service, in collaboration with community organisations like MND Vic, is to build the capacity of health services and health professionals to better manage the needs of people living with MND.
The Statewide Progressive Neurological Disease (PND) Service at Calvary Health Care Bethlehem offers a range of interdisciplinary assessment, management and education services for people with a diagnosed PND.
PND services include but are not limited to: Huntington’s Disease, Motor Neurone Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Muscular Dystrophy, Multiple System Atrophy, Parkinson’s Disease, Progressive Supranuclear Palsy, Spinocerebellar Ataxias and others.
Each of these conditions is relatively rare, and as a result community based health care services and clinicians may see very few people with these conditions in their daily practice.
Who would benefit from attending?
- Health professionals
- Case managers
- General Practitioners
- Allied health professionals
- Palliative care clinicians
- Residential care workers
- Care coordinators
- NDIS staff
Capacity Building Activities
Our capacity building activities include:
- Community Education programmes
- Telephone Consultancy
- Telehealth education
- Telehealth liaison with local teams
- Onsite training and education to local teams
This commitment to the right service, in the right place at the right time, also drives the Statewide PND service commitment to research. Ensuring that education provided has a sound evidence base.