From: Fri 27 May, 2022
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Heart Failure and Palliative Care


27 May 2022

Heart Failure is on the increase, affecting over 900,000 people in the UK (RCN, 2022). It is pertinent to discuss the issues affecting our patient population, such as: when is the right time to discuss the use of devices? How should we involve the patient in making decisions? When, and how, do we rationalise medications? Join us to hear experts discuss these issues and more in what promises to be a stimulating and informative session

This course will be recorded which will enable you to attend ‘live’ or to watch at a time that suits you. Recordings allow time to re-visit, pause and reflect upon your learning

Location: Virtual

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Prof Helen Walthall - Director of Nursing and Midwifery Research and Innovation , Oxford
Helen Jackson - Consultant Nurse Heart Failure, Oxford
Rebecca Imms - Sister, Cardiac Physiology, Oxford
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This course will enable you to reflect upon the current issues affecting patients and practitioners, consider issues of shared decision making, the use of devices and when/how to stop their use, and issues around medication

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