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  • John Muir Medical Center, Walnut Creek, CA October 4 – 6, 2017

    Resolve Through Sharing (RTS) Bereavement Training will help you • ACQUIRE the unique skill set needed to provide excellence in bereavement care

    • LEARN evidence-based best practices in bereavement care.

    • GAIN in-depth understanding of the long-term impact of dying and death

    Deliver “gold standard” neonatal and pediatric death bereavement care

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    Resolve Through Sharing October 4 – 5, 2017 Bereavement Training: Neonatal and Pediatric Death

    Are you interested in providing the best care possible when a newborn or older child dies? Our relationship-based approach to neonatal and pediatric bereavement care will help develop or enhance your knowledge, level of skill, and personal awareness for providing bereavement care.

    Return on Investment

    • Incomparable value of providing the best care possible

    • Improved staff confidence and competence

    • Staff retention

    • Patient satisfaction and loyalty (patient returns for future healthcare)

    • Increase in charitable gifts

    Course Description The purpose for Bereavement Training: Neonatal and Pediatric Death is to provide a relational standard of care for those who provide knowledge, support, and compassion to bereaved patients and families including neonatal through pediatric death.

    This blended learning course with two days of classroom training and additional online learning provides you with a rich educational experience that will develop or enhance your knowledge, level of skill, and personal awareness for providing bereavement care when a newborn baby or older child dies.

    Objectives • List three relationship strategies that foster connection. • Discuss one theoretical framework that enhances understanding of

    neonatal and pediatric bereavement • Define the purpose of an interprofessional team when caring for those

    who have experienced the death of a neonate or older child. • Describe the professional’s role in helping parents of a dying child

    maintain hope. • Discuss expectations that parents of dying children have of healthcare

    providers. • List three principles of mindfulness

    Who should attend? Children’s Hospital Staff • Nurses and Techs in Neonatal Intensive Care, Pediatric Clinic/Office,

    Pediatric Hospital Unit, Pediatric Intensive Care, Pediatric Oncology, Palliative Care & Hospice, Public Health

    • Pediatricians • School Nurses • Chaplains • Social Workers • Child Life Specialists • Genetic Counselors • Emergency Medical Services

    Training focus Infant and child death, including prematurity, serious illness, trauma, complex medical conditions, suicide, and abuse

  • • Emphasize the role of relationship and ritual

    Day 1

    7:30 a.m. Sign In

    8 a.m.

    • Introductions • Being in Relationship • Communication • Newborn Death

    12 p.m. Lunch

    1 p.m.

    • Caring for the Dying Child • Parental Grief • Bereaved Children and Teens • Ritual Creation

    3 p.m. Family Panel

    4:30 p.m. Adjourn

    Day 2

    7:30 a.m. Sign In

    8 a.m.

    • Family Panel Debriefing • Sudden, Traumatic, and Stigmatized Death • Palliative and Hospice Care • Spiritual Care, Hope, and Miracles

    12 p.m. Lunch

    1 p.m.

    • Transitioning Relationship • Care for the Caregiver • Closing Ritual

    3:30 p.m. Adjourn

    Agenda

    Pre-requirement Four online modules must be completed prior to attending the classroom segment of the training (cost included in registration fee).

    • Framework of Grief • Communicating with the Bereaved • Caring for the Family Experiencing Perinatal Death • Resolve Through Sharing Bereavement Training –

    Pre-Training Module

    Nurses, social workers, and chaplains receive continuing education credit certificates electronically after completing the modules. Instructions for accessing the modules will be provided in your registration confirmation email.

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    Walnut Creek, CA SPACE IS LIMITED! REGISTER TODAY at www.rtsregistration.org

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    Resolve Through Sharing® October 6, 2017 Coordinator Training (train-the-trainer)

    In this 1-day workshop you will learn how to provide in-services and teach RTS Bereavement Training: Perinatal Death, Neonatal and Pediatric Death, or Pediatric and Adult Death to staff within your healthcare system using Resolve Through Sharing resources. You will also learn the skills you need to establish an interprofessional bereavement program and maintain bereavement care as a best practice.

    Purpose The purpose of this workshop is to provide individuals trained in the concepts of RTS with knowledge and skills necessary to develop and implement a comprehensive RTS perinatal, neonatal and pediatric, or pediatric and adult bereavement program.

    Topics covered • Guiding change • Creating a standard of care • Teaching and presenting • Developing your leadership style • Assuring quality outcomes

    Agenda 8 a.m.

    Introductions • Defining your role • Goals for the day

    Section 1

    12:00 p.m. Lunch

    Section 2

    3:30 Closing Video and ritual

    Already attended RTS Coordinator Training? Audit the course to refresh the knowledge and skills you learned when you previously attended. Whether you are starting a program, rekindling a previous one, or continuing to keep a strong program on the right track, consider auditing.

    Who should attend? Anyone who has completed an RTS Bereavement Training and would like to: • Develop and coordinate a bereavement program in their facility • Expand and enhance an existing bereavement program in their facility • Teach RTS in their facility

    Pre-requirement RTS Bereavement Training: Perinatal

    Death, Neonatal and Pediatric Death, or Pediatric and Adult Death

    Please Note: This pre-requirement is mandatory to attend Coordinator Training.

    • 2 Hour House Study Guide discussion

    • Diffusion of innovation • Defining your project • Guiding change

    • Systems thinking • Creating a standard of care • Developing a bereavement

    committee • Plan the plan

    • Teaching and presenting • Learning styles inventory • Adult learners • P-O-P • Implementing education • Developing your leadership

    style

    • Keeping your program VITAL

    • Surveys and evaluations • Assuring quality outcomes • Creating a functional work

    environment

    NEW Curriculum

  • About the Faculty

    Walnut Creek, CA SPACE IS LIMITED! REGISTER at www.rtsregistration.org

    Education Credit Nursing contact hours Nursing contact hours Gundersen Lutheran Medical Center, Inc., is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Wisconsin Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Resolve Through Sharing (RTS) Bereavement Training: Neonatal and Pediatric Death provides 12.25 contact hours. Resolve Through Sharing Coordinator Training provides 7 contact hours. The three online modules provide 1 contact hour each.

    California – Provider (Gundersen Lutheran Bereavement and Advance Care Planning Services) approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, provider #12245, for 12.75 contact hours for Resolve Through Sharing (RTS) Bereavement Training: Neonatal and Pediatric Death, 7 contact hours for Resolve Through Sharing (RTS) Coordinator Training, and 1 contact hour each for the three online modules.

    Social work continuing education hours Gundersen Lutheran Medical Center, Inc., provider #1089, is approved as a provider for continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards. aswb.org. ASWB Approval period: Nov. 15, 2015 – Nov. 5 2018. Gundersen Lutheran Medical Center, Inc., maintains responsibility for the program. Licensed social workers should contact their regulatory board to determine course approval. Social workers will receive 12.75 continuing education hours by participating in Resolve Through Sharing Bereavement Training: Neonatal and Pediatric Death and 7 continuing education hours by participating in Resolve Through Sharing (RTS) Coordinator Training. The three online modules provide 1 continuing education hour each.

    To receive contact/continuing education (CE) hours, nurses, social workers and chaplains must be present for each full day of training (no partial credit will be given). Completed evaluation is required for contact/ CE hours. Contact/CE certificate for classroom portion given onsite. Contact/CE certificates for online courses awarded upon completion of each module.

    Planning committee Rana Limbo, PhD, RN, CPLC, FAAN; Jill Wilke, MS, RN, CPLC; Heather Silver, LCSW-C, CPLC; and Darryl Owens, MDiv., BCC, CT, CPLC

    ADEC recognition Resolve Through Sharing (RTS) Bereavement Training: Perinatal Death is recognized by the Association for Death Education and Counseling to meet the thanatology-related contact hours to be Certified in Thanatology: Death, Dying and Bereavement.

    Speakers and planners have an employment relationship with Gundersen Lutheran Medical Foundation, Inc. We are a provider of the program, but we do not endorse any commercial products in conjunction with this program. Off label use of any products will not be discussed. Speakers vary due to program loc