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Project ECHO AIIHPC Webinars for Intellectual Disability Services – Friday 29 May at 11am

26 May 2020

Providing Comfort Care at End of Life - Supporting People with Intellectual Disabilities in Residential Care.

All Ireland Institute of Hospice and Palliative Care is collaborating with University College Cork, The Cope Foundation and the Office of Nursing and Midwifery Services Director (ONMSD) in the Health Service Executive (HSE) on a Project ECHO AIIHPC Webinar for Intellectual Disability Services. The following session will last a maximum of one hour and will include a presentation and a discussion session: Friday 29 May at 11am – Providing Comfort Care at End of Life - Supporting People with Intellectual Disabilities in Residential Care - Geraldine O’Callaghan, Candidate Advance Nurse Practitioner at Cope Foundation.

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The session will last for one hour and will be facilitated by Dr Cathy Payne, AIIHPC. The panellists include Dr Caroline Dalton, Lecturer in Intellectual Disabilities, University College Cork, Nick Flynn, GP, MYCORKGP, Ann Gilmartin, Leadership Advisor, National Clinical Leadership Centre for Nursing and Midwifery HSE and Frances Neville Nurse Lead, National Clinical Programme for Palliative Care, HSE

School of Nursing and Midwifery

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Brookfield Health Sciences Complex College Road Cork, Ireland , T12 AK54

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