Education, Learning and Development

Highland Hospice provide education, learning and development opportunities for healthcare professionals, care workers and lay carers across Highland. Our aim is to support you to feel better able to support the people you care for.

    For more information contact the Learning and Development Team:

    Claire Stewart, Learning and Development Manager
    claire.stewart@highlandhospice.org.uk

    Siobhan Neylon, Learning and Development Practice Lead
    s.neylon@highlandhospice.org.uk

    Liz Innes, Learning and Development Co-ordinator
    l.innes@highlandhospice.org.uk

    Kirsty Bateson, Project ECHO Development Officer
    k.bateson@highlandhospice.org.uk

    Useful External Links

    The Scottish Palliative Care Guidelines reflect a consensus of opinion about good practice in the management of adult patients with life limiting illness. They are designed for healthcare professionals from any care setting who are involved in supporting people with a palliative life-limiting condition. www.palliativecareguidelines.scot.nhs.uk

    A framework to support the learning and development needs of the health and social service workforce in Scotland, published by NHS Education for Scotland on their website. Palliative and End of Life Care Learning and Development Framework

    Our popular annual Essentials in Palliative Care course is now open for registrations. Subtitled 'Living with Dying' this course is aimed at all healthcare professionals providing general palliative care services and is being held in Eden Court Theatre in Inverness on 10th and 11th March. Registration arrangements and a full course schedule can be found here.

    Project ECHO

    ECHO Registration

    Last Aid

    Last Aid Registration

    Support and Learning Opportunities