Funded medical courses
Care for the dying patient in an acute hospital setting webinar
Designed for acute healthcare practitioners working with patients at end of life care.
Join us on Tuesday 18 July, 14:00 - 15:30 for a live interactive webinar, covering:
- symptom management
- environmental issues
- emotional support
Speakers: Andrea Oliver and Joanne Gill | CVUHB Palliative Care Team
1 hour main presentation followed by optional 30 minute patient discussions.
Delivered via Teams.
Palliative and end of live care webinar series
Designed for primary care practitioners.
Join us on Thursdays from 22 June to 20 July (14:00 - 15:30) for live interactive webinars, covering updates on:
- management of pain, breathlessness, distress and other symptoms in palliative care
- preparing for the last days and hours of life in the community
Speakers: (more to be announced soon!) Dr Jo Hayes | Medical Director, Marie Curie Hospice and Dr Fiona Rawlinson Reader and Postgraduate Course Director, Cardiff University
1 hour main presentation followed by optional 30 minute case-based discussions.
Delivered via Teams.
The first set of 5 webinars, aimed at District Nurses, is now complete (and is available on our YouTube channel).
Postgraduate standalone modules in Genomic medicine
An exciting opportunity for NHS staff to study standalone postgraduate modules in genomic medicine, funded by Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW).
Genomic medicine is revolutionising the fields of oncology, pharmacy, rare disorders, mental health and infectious diseases. Research continues at a rapid pace to develop our understanding of the relationship between our genes and our health. It increasingly informs the health care we provide for our patients and is more likely to feature in the dialogue we have with them.
A series of accredited and accessible standalone modules is now available to all NHS Wales staff. Modules will be delivered in partnership with the All Wales Medical Genomics Service (AWMGS), Wales Gene Park (WGP) and NHS Wales.
Find out more about the course and how to apply.
Community Oncology webinar series
The 2022 programme has now finished - you can view all the recordings on our YouTube channel.
The programme is kindly funded by MacMillan Cancer Support.
The Community Oncology team are:
- Dr Fiona Rawlinson, Consultant in Palliative Medicine and Programme Director of Postgraduate Palliative Medicine at Cardiff University
- Dr Mick Button, Consultant Oncologist at Velindre Cancer Centre
- Dr Elise Lang, Macmillan GP, North Cardiff
Sessions also include presentations from other specialists.
Recordings from previous sessions
Recordings from the 2021 programme are also available to watch.
Palliative Care webinars
Did you know there is a new 1-year MSc in immunology?