Oxford Advanced Course
From: Thu 11 Jul, 2024
To:Fri 12 Jul, 2024
Price:

£595.00

In stock

The Oxford Advanced Pain and Symptom Management Course © in Oxford – Face to Face

Back face-to-face at the Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford, on Thursday 11th and Friday 12th July 2024.

You and your organization may want to be aware that we plan to run a virtual course as well as face to face courses in Oxford and Newcastle.

This course is amongst the UK’s leading courses for palliative care nurses, pharmacists and doctors. For nearly 40 years it has delivered cutting edge knowledge and skills to healthcare practitioners so they can provide their patients with the best possible care. Dr Mary Miller has led the course since 2008, developing a unique course each year.

Organizations get value for money as the course delivers high standards of professional knowledge, is educationally sound allowing staff time for discussion and supports staff in setting continuing educational goals for the year following the course.

Any profits generated are ploughed back into education - as we are a charity.

The course has been recorded (the link to recordings will be sent to delegates on July 29) - enabling you to watch at a time that suits you for 3 months. Recordings afford all participants an opportunity to pause, reflect, look up the reference or watch a section of the teaching again.

PLEASE NOTE: we no longer take payments over the telephone. Please pay at checkout, or via online banking/PayPal (or request an invoice). Thank you.

Location: Oxford

Educational Credits: 12 CPD credits (Ref: TBC)

+ Venue

Blavatnik school of government, University of Oxford, Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6GG.

Most Convenient accommodation near to the
BLAVATNIK SCHOOL OF GOVERNMENT, 120 Walton Street, OX2 6GG
Park and ride drop off stop = Old Radcliffe Infirmary (Maths Institute)
The Holiday Inn, Oxford Peartree Roundabout, Oxford - Use Redbridge 300 Park and Ride bus to venue

Travelodge, Oxford Peartree. Oxford, OX2 8JZ - Use Redbridge 300 Park and Ride bus to venue

Premier Inn, Westgate, Greyfriars Court, Paradise Square, Oxford OX1 1BE. Phone: 0333 003 8101 - Use Peartree 300 Park and Ride bus to venue

Keble College, Oxford [10 minute walk from venue]
https://www.keble.ox.ac.uk/conferences/accommodation/

Conference Oxford:
http://www.conference-oxford.com/bb-self-catering

Oxford Park and Ride Service
Cost: 1-16 hours (£2): 16-24 hours (£4): 24-48 hours (£8): 48-72 hours (£12)
Thornhill Park and Ride
London Road, Oxford (OX3 8DP) - located off the A40 from Thame, Aylesbury, High Wycombe, London and the M40 to the east of the city, just before the ring road. East of Oxford, 15 mins from city centre (400 bus to city centre).

Redbridge Park and Ride
Abingdon Road, Oxford (OX1 4XG) – Located off the A34 from Abingdon, Didcot and Newbury. This site is located to the south of the city. (300 bus to venue)

Peartree Park and Ride
21 Lakeside, Oxford (OX2 8JD) – Located off the A34 to the north of the city, this site can be accessed from the A40 (from Witney and Cheltenham). A4260 (from Kidlington), A34 (from Banbury, Bicester and Northampton) and the M40.

Seacourt Park and Ride
234 Botley Road, Oxford (OX2 0HP) – Located off the A420 from Swindon and Bath, to the west of the city on the Botley Road.

Oxford Parkway Park and Ride (OX2 8HA)
This site is located at Oxford Parkway Station to the north of the city and can be accessed from the A40 (from Witney and Cheltenham), A4260 (from Kidlington), A34 (from Banbury, Bicester and Northampton) and the M40.

+ Speakers

2023 speakers
Chairs: Dr Mary Miller & Dr Victoria Bradley
1. Dr Emily Adam: Management of hiccups including baclofen
2. Tom Crook: Music therapy and palliative care
3. Dr Joanne Droney: Opioids: conversion ratios and other matters
4. Dr Chris Farnham: The intersection of palliative care and substance use disorder
5. Dr Catriona Jackson: Delirium
6. Dr Alistair Lumb: Diabetes, technology and palliative care
7. Dr Tom Marjot: Liver disease and sleep disorder
8. Dr Jeremy Nightingale: Management of high output stomas
9. Dr Evelyn Palmer: Caring for patients with interstitial Lung Disease
10. Dr Honey Thomas: Cardiac failure

+ Course Programmes

The 2024 Programme is still in development, here is 2023's programme

Thursday 6th July

08:15 Registration (coffee/tea)
08:45 Welcome and introduction
09:00 Cardiac Failure - Dr Honey Thomas
10:00 Delirium - Dr Kitty Jackson
11:00 Coffee/tea
11:30 Substance Use Disorder - Dr Chris Farnham
12.30 From the journals - Dr Mary Miller
13:00 Lunch – St Anne’s College
14:15 Diabetes: What you need to know about Glucose monitoring technology in palliative care - Dr Alistair Lumb
15:15 Coffee/tea
15:45 Management of Hiccup including Baclofen - Dr Emily Adam
16:45 Break
16:55 Music Therapy and Palliative Care - Tom Crook
18:10 End of day 1

Friday 7th July

08:30 Registration (coffee/tea)
09:00 Opening remarks
09:10 Interstitial Lung Disease - Dr Evelyn Palmer
10:10 Opioids: Conversion ratios and other matters - Dr Joanne Droney
11:10 Coffee/tea
11:40 Liver Disease and Sleep Disorder - Dr Thomas Marjot
12.40 Lunch – St Anne’s College
14.00 Management of High output Stomas - Dr Jeremy Nightingale
15:00 Learning from the Course - Dr Mary Miller
15:30 End of Course

+ Course Aims

The course aims to provide participants with:
- Knowledge to inform and update your practice
- Knowledge that is delivered by expert speakers
- Knowledge that develops between the speakers and the audience during questions and discussions
- Resources that can be used over the following 12 months to develop and extend your learning
- Resources that will support you to bring learning back to your workplace
- Resources that will help you develop your portfolio of evidence for appraisal and revalidation
- A means of ensuring your practice is at the cutting edge
- Time for thinking, questions and reflection

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Oxford Advanced Course