Venue: The Royal Marsden Conference Centre, Stewart’s Grove, London, SW3 6JJ
Aim: This one day National Conference aims to empower busy professionals to re-evaluate the importance of communication skills as part of their everyday clinical practice. This is particularly of interest to those involved in Communication Skills Training.
Audience: A day for all health and social care professionals in both clinical and community settings
Patient expectations, along with service demands, have risen to unprecedented heights in the NHS. But does this brave new world require changes to our communication skills in order to keep up with modern healthcare?
This one day National Conference aims to empower busy professionals to re-evaluate the importance of communication skills as part of their everyday clinical practice. Leading International speakers will provide participants with an opportunity to consider the current challenges faced by health and social care staff and present practical tips for communicating effectively with pa-tients, carers and colleagues.
The programme aims to address important challenges such as:
‘Given the time’… How can I communicate effectively?
Compassionate Professionals… are they born or are they made?
‘In it together’… How do I encourage patient partnership?
The meeting will be recorded for future learning purposes.
Lloyd Allen, Lecturer Practitioner,
The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust
For more information and to book visit www.royalmarsden.nhs.uk/studydays