Oxford Centre for Education and Research in Palliative Care: Sobell House (OxCERPC)
Masterclass in Palliative Care 2019
1st March 2019
Marymount University Hospital & Hospice, Curraheen, Co Cork
Dr Fiona Kiely and Dr Mary Miller
Experienced doctors and nurses who are practising in palliative care or very interested in developing their skills in palliative care
- Knowledge to inform your practice
- Resources from which to continue learning and adapt that learning in practice
- A means of ensuring your practice compares with ‘good practice’, benchmarking against your peers Stimulation, time for thinking and reflection
- The opportunity for networking
- Knowledge to inform your practice
About the Facilitators:
Dr Fiona Kiely qualified from University College Cork in 2002. Following a year working in general medicine in Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane, Australia, Fiona trained and worked as a general practitioner in Ireland before completing Higher Specialist Training in Palliative Medicine with the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland in 2016. She holds diplomas in Medicine of Elderly, Child Health, Clinical Psychiatry & Clinical Dermatology and is undertaking a PhD in Palliative Care at Lancaster University, United Kingdom. She is currently a consultant in Palliative Medicine at marymount University Hospital & Hospice, Cork.
Fiona has a strong interest in underpinning clinical practice and service development with robust research and her publications to date have included topics such as out-of-hours palliative care information transfer, intra-professional communication frameworks, patient-reported outcome measurement, symptom control and access to palliative care. She chairs the research committee in Marymount University Hospital & Hospice and is Vice Chairperson of the Irish Association of Palliative Care. She chairs the research committee in Marymount University Hospital & Hospice and is Vice Chairperson of the Irish Association of Palliative Care.
Dr Mary Miller qualified from University College Cork, Ireland in 1988. Mary trained and worked in palliative medicine in Ireland, Sweden and the UK before starting as a consultant in palliative medicine in Oxford in 1998. Mary has a strong interest in education; she completed a Diploma in Learning and Teaching at Oxford University 2005, was Training Programme Director and Regional Specialty Advisor (2002 – 2008) and has led the Oxford Advanced Courses in Pain and Symptom Management since 2005. Since the inception of OxCERPC in 2017, Mary and the team are focusing on building an exciting portfolio of courses, building research readiness and reaching out to practitioners across the globe.
Mary was Clinical Lead at Sobell House between 2009 and 2016. Mary now leads the end of life care project across OUH. This Quality Improvement project is the largest in her portfolio of QIPs.
|09.00||Registration and coffee|
|09.30||Introduction and clinical cases||Dr Mary Miller|
|09.40||Tenesmus||Dr Áine Ní Laoire|
|10.25||Bowel Obstruction||Dr Aoife Lowney|
|11.10||Cases with coffee|
|11.30||Critical Limb Ischaemia||Dr Áine Ní Laoire|
|12.15||Developing a new Spiritual paradigm||Mr Anthony Boland|
|14.15||Brief update on Olanzapine, Gastroparesis, Denosumab,Calciphylaxis & Seizures||Dr Mary Miller & Dr Fiona Kiely|
|15.45||Feedback & Final Thoughts|
|16.00||End of Day|
Category 1: Continuing Education Units for Nurses from the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland. Pending
Category 2: 5 Continuing Professional Development points approved from the Royal College of Physicians, Ireland.
How to find us:
Marymount University Hospital & Hospice is based on the western side of Cork city. The GPS Coordinates are: N51.8706041, w8.5413182, Eir Code: T12A710