ACUPUNCTURE IN PALLIATIVE CARE - Friday 19 May 2017
Venue: Marie Curie Hospice, Hampstead, London
A day for professionals with an interest in using acupuncture for symptom management in palliative care. Also useful for practitioners managing patients with chronic disease working in other specialities and in primary care.
Covering various symptom management topics such as pain, nausea/vomiting, breathlessness, dry mouth, hot flushes, fatigue For each of these we discuss assessment, the evidence base for acupuncture and suggestions for treatment with acupuncture. We do touch on conventional treatment but only to put acupuncture in its context in terms of managing patients.
We also talk about particular issues with palliative care patients eg with regard to safety and side effects of acupuncture. Most of this is in lecture format but we have small group workshops in the afternoon for further discussion. At the end of the day we have a session on running an acupuncture service within palliative care to discuss things like protocols, consent, patient info etc
Morning Introduction Lectures covering:
Afternoon Group practical sessions Including
Point selection and needling
Running an acupuncture service in palliative care
Led by Dr Graham Leng & Dr Juliet Spiller
This course has practical elements and is therefore subject to delegates providing proof of Hepatitis B immunisation showing antibody level or results of a recent blood screen for Hep B surface antigens (details will be provided). You are also required to be registered with a relevant regulatory body (or BAcC member), BMAS trained and/or currently using medical acupuncture. Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the Northwich office on 01606 786782.
|Palliative care (BMAS Member)||£155.00
|Palliative care (non member)||£195.00
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