OACC outcome measures train-the-trainer workshop, Leeds

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  • Location: Leeds
  • Date: 02 Nov 2016
  • Address: 329 Harrogate Road, Leeds, LS17 6QD

This one day train-the-trainer workshop is to support staff in hospices and other specialist palliative care services in implementing the OACC outcome measures.

The workshop will equip those participating with the understanding and skills to deliver training to colleagues in their own hospices/services in implementation and use of the OACC outcome measures. We strongly encourage organisations to send two participants if possible, as this will enable you to work together to deliver training to your own colleagues following the workshop. To support this, we are offering two places for the price of one (meaning the second place booked is free).


• Sarah Russell – Head of Research and Clinical Innovation, Hospice UK.
• Marsha Dawkins – Quality Improvement Facilitator, Cicely Saunders Institute.
• Susanne de Wolf-Linder – Quality Improvement Facilitator, Cicely Saunders Institute. 

Who should attend?

Staff from any organisation that has purchased the OACC Outcome Measures Resource Pack. This may include people working in training and education, quality leads and those working in quality assurance and clinical roles.

Times 10am to 4.30pm
Prices £110.00 excluding VAT (£132 total) for a single place.
£110.00 excluding VAT (£132 total) to buy one place and get one free place.
Notes The workshop is only available to those who have purchased the OACC Outcome Measures Resource Pack. There is a limit of two places per organisation.

For more information on the OACC Outcome Measures, including the resource pack, please contact Sophia Chalmers.


When you access the online booking form via the register now button, please ensure you choose the correct type of ticket.

• For a single place select Delegate.
• For two places for the same price as one select Buy one get one free.

If you experience any problems with registration, please contact Sophia Chalmers.

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