Clinical Consultation Skills Retreat

Wednesday 23 May, 2018

5-8 August 2018, RACV Torquay Resort

Cancer Council Victoria and Centre for Organisational Change in Person-Centred Healthcare at Deakin University are partnering to deliver the annual Clinical Consultation Skills Retreat.

Run over three days at the luxury RACV Torquay Resort, the event will allow clinicians to fully immerse themselves in experiential learning. The program focuses on enhancing core skills and mentoring capabilities in communication for clinical scenarios, including delivering bad news, mismatched expectations, determining goals of care and discussing end-of-life care.

Highlights include:

  • Small group format (six participants per group) with direct access to expert facilitators and trained experiential learning clinicians
  • International best practice, evidence-based training format
  • Luxury accommodation and fully catered conference package at the RACV Torquay Resort. Guests can enjoy onsite leisure facilities that include an 18 hole golf course, tennis courts, indoor swimming pool, spa, sauna. Partners welcome.

Places strictly limited, please contact education@cancervic.org.au or visit registration page to find out more.

Register now

 

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