Education, discussion, and awareness around death and dying are important for everyone, but especially health care workers who want to ensure the most considered and inclusive end of life experience for those in their care. To help provide this, the ANMF/HERC are pleased to host Bec Lyons, Independent Funeral Director End of Life Doula & You n’ Taboo Co-Founder to present this invaluable and insightful CPD session around death and dying.
What to expect
Additional to the 4 sessions (below), the workshop will also include a presentation by Palliative Care Tasmania.
Death literacy, processes, and procedures around end of life and after death
Home funerals: what they are, how they work and why people choose them
Natural burial: the benefits of environmentally friendly ways of handling death
Conversations: working through roadblocks around difficult conversations, and inspiration for starting them
The sessions will conclude with a Q&A with presenter Bec Lyons.
Presenter Bec Lyons hails from the Blue Mountains in NSW. She started her working career in Sydney before making the move to Tasmania more than a decade ago. She is trained as an End-of-Life Doula and offers independent funeral directing services to her local community.
Price Non-members: $110 ANMF members: $90 Students :$90
CPD Hours 6 hours
This is a face-to-face session held at the Tramsheds, 4 Invermay Road, Launceston Tasmania.
Registrations for this event are essential, due to COVID-19 restrictions, spaces are limited to allow for appropriate social distancing.
Please fill out the form below to register for this event.
Register for the ANMF/HERC Death & Dying CPD Workshop in Launceston on Wednesday 16 February, 2022.