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Here for Each Other is offering fully-funded places on the Cruse Bereavement training for primary care staff in frontline roles talking to patients who may have experienced bereavement.

Loss and bereavement awareness is delivered virtually over 2.5 hours by experienced Cruse trainers.

The course aims to help you to respond to, and support bereaved people but also considers the impact on yourself and helps you to manage your own and your colleague’s wellbeing.

There are lots of dates on offer over the upcoming months, please use the links below to register your attendance:

Tuesday 9 November 2021 – Click to Register

Thursday 18 November 2021 – Click to Register

Wednesday 24 November 2021 – Click to Register

Tuesday 7 December 2021 – Click to Register

Thursday 9 December 2021 – Click to Register

Tuesday 11 January 2022 – Click to Register

Wednesday 19 January 2022 – Click to Register

Tuesday 15 February 2022 – Click to Register

Thursday 24 February 2022 – Click to Register

Thursday 10 March 2022 – Click to Register

Tuesday 22 March 2022 – Click to Register

Wednesday 30 March 2022 – Click to Register

Places are limited and have been funded from the Here for Each Other Enhanced Wellbeing Service. If you are unable to attend your course please cancel by contacting traininghub@ourdorset.nhs.uk so that your place can be reassigned.

Some Dorset primary care business support and reception staff recently road-tested this training and said:

“It definitely opened my eyes and I think it allows staff to have the confidence to speak to patients that have experienced bereavement.”

“It also helped them to recognise when they, themselves may have been affected by a story and where, when, and how to get help for this. It showed them that it is okay to be affected by a story but to recognise this and to get help if needed”

“This course Confirmed that what I have been doing is the right thing, I now feel more confident in providing support to the bereaved.”

“It has given me more understanding of bereavement especially the models explained.”

“Even though I work a lot with bereavement, I learned things I didn’t know and was reminded of things I’d forgotten.”

“I feel more confident now in listening and being able to provide support to the bereaved.”

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