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Loss and Grief in a Pandemic

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Te Whare Rānui, Mary Potter Hospice

10 Awatea Street

Porirua, Wellington 5024

New Zealand

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A one day loss and grief intensive masterclass for health professionals and community workers.

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This one day workshop gives an overview of grief theory and the practices around working with people facing the end of life. It draws on international research and explores the challenges of working with people and their extended family/whānau.

It is enriched through personal stories of grief from individual community members and through small group discussion and interaction.

The course is targeted at health professionals and/or community and social care workers. It is presented by Mary Potter staff including specialists in bereavement, spiritual care, Māori and Pacific approaches

Learning Outcomes

  • Define frameworks of loss and grief
  • Recognise grieving processes in different cultural contexts within Aotearoa
  • Discuss the impact of the pandemic on loss and grief in 2021 Aotearoa

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Te Whare Rānui, Mary Potter Hospice

10 Awatea Street

Porirua, Wellington 5024

New Zealand

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Refunds up to 7 days before event

Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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Organiser Mary Potter Hospice

Organiser of Loss and Grief in a Pandemic

Established in 1979, Mary Potter Hospice is a charitable trust. Over this time our values have remained firm – respect, compassion, dignity, hospitality and stewardship. We’re committed to providing specialist palliative care for people living with life-limiting illnesses and their families or whānau in Wellington, Porirua and Kāpiti.

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