Professionals Education and training Verification of expected death in adults Overview This two-hour workshop is to enable Registered Nurses who wish to take on the extended role of Verification of Expected Adult Death, or to update existing knowledge and skill within this role. The need for timely verification of death is widely recognised, to help relieve the anxiety and distress of families and to relieve the pressure of overstretched GPs and out of hours services. Timely verification - within one hour in a hospital setting and four hours in a community setting - is an important stage in the grieving process for relatives and a key time for support. Participants Registered Nurses only Methods Presentation, discussion, demonstration Learning outcomes At the end of this workshop, participants should be able to: understand the legal requirement and accountability perform a physical assessment to confirm death on a mannequin understand the documentation process be aware of implantable devices understand the definitions be aware of, and understand, the Nursing Home Protocol We will provide a certificate of attendance only. This session will not check or sign off competencies of verifying a death; a local policy will need to be in place in your own workplace to ensure competencies are checked within a team. Venue Mountbatten Hospice, Isle of Wight Time 1:00pm to 3:30pm Cost £25 per delegate Making a booking Click the date you wish to book below and complete the form. 8th July 2021 13:00 - 15:30 18th November 2021 13:00 - 15:30 Please note that cancellations made within 24 hours of the training start date will be charged the full price. Cancellations made prior to this will incur a 1.5% processing fee.