AN ESSENTIAL GUIDE FOR THERAPISTS IN SUPPORTIVE CARE SETTINGS.
19th May, 3.15 – 4.30pm
FHT Annual Training Congress @ NEC, Birmingham
Dr Peter A Mackereth PhD MA Dip (N) London RNT RGN is the Clinical Lead for Complementary Therapies and Smoking Cessation/Alcohol Advice Services at The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester. Peter is a registered nurse, complementary therapist, author and researcher. He has worked in intensive care, neurology and oncology.
This lecture will include a brief review of the legal and professional aspects of providing complementary therapies in supportive care settings; with specific implications for responsible and accountable practice. You will explore the concept of informed consent in relationship to patient expectations, evidence of outcomes and contracting for a therapy, with case studies that illuminate the challenges for practitioners, plus a focus on consent and patient information. You will also be introduced to a model of ethical decision and the professional issues in relation to the Cancer Network Guidelines and Codes of Professional Conduct.
Dr Peter Mackereth has supplied a list of reading materials on this subject that you may find useful. Please follow the link above for details.
He has also been featured in International Therapist, covering a variety of topics that include information about consent-related issues.
‘At the cutting edge’ (International Therapist, April 2011). Peter Mackereth, Anita Mehrez and Paula Maycock from the Christie NHS Foundation Trust, look at the role of reflexology pre- and post-surgery.
‘Saying ‘no’ to nocebo’ (International Therapist, April 2010). Anita Mehrez and Peter Mackereth, from The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, explain how the therapist rather than the therapy may trigger a ‘healing crisis’ in clients.
THIS WORKSHOP = 1 CPD POINT
THE FHT ANNUAL TRAINING CONGRESS:
- Over 20 lecture-demonstrations and workshops (1 CPD point per hour)
- A wide range of topics
- Private training rooms
- Easy access to venue.
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