Patients, Families and carers

Work experience & placements

Each placement allows the individual to gain a grounding of Hospice life.

Clinical Placements

Each placement allows the individual to gain a grounding of Hospice life, discover what palliative care entails and have the opportunity to attend study days put on by the education department. Below is a list of placements that may be available:
- Student Nurses
- Medical Student
- GP Registrars
- Physiotherapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Pharmacists
- Social Work

Work Experience

We offer the opportunity for students with a particular interest in end of life care to gain work experience in this area.

Hospice Information Afternoon

Hospice Information Afternoons offer people the opportunity to see our facilities at first hand and gain an understanding of how the hospice was founded to where we are now, plus find out more about the services that are available. Most Hospice Information Afternoon groups comprise a diverse range of professionals and volunteers, connected by their interest in palliative care and who work in a Health & Social Care setting.

The next Information afternoons will be announced here shortly. Please see our Find a course page for more details.
To find out more about placements, work experience and information afternoons, please contact the Education department or call 01482 785783.