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Princess Royal Hospital

Breaking Difficult News Training

“How to break difficult news” training is for University Sussex staff who work with patients who have lost a baby at any gestation. The agenda includes: -The psychological impact of baby loss & factors affecting coping -Tips on improving sensitivity of delivery of difficult news -Supporting Parents

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Breaking Difficult News Training
Breaking Difficult News Training

Time & Location

08 May 2024, 09:30 – 12:30

Princess Royal Hospital, Lewes Rd, Haywards Heath RH16 4EX, UK

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About the event

We have spaces on our supportive training for all University Hospital Sussex staff that work with anyone affected by the loss of a baby at any gestation. “How to break difficult news”.

♥️Calling all midwives, sonographers, obstetricians, EPU and DAU staff, A & E staff & junior doctors

♥️ Join us in May to attend this bespoke training delivered by Clinical Psychologist Dr Kara Davey (Founder of https://www.karaclinicalpsychologistinsussex.co.uk/pregnancy-and-postnatal-support-including-baby-loss/)

♥️ Meet charity Founder Gemma Kybert (founder of Oscar's Wish Foundation)

♥️ Meet Kirsty- Theo Oliver’s mummy. This training has been funded in memory of precious Theo Giles. 

This funded training will be delivered in the Euan Keats Education Centre at the Princess Royal Hospital, Hayward’s Heath.

To book your funded space please follow the link below-

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