Our Education Centre is a modern spacious building that offers facilities for hire as well as running courses throughout the year on palliative care.
Saint Catherine’s education programme consists of different courses and educational sessions running throughout the year. You can find out more about planned courses and sessions taking place over the coming year below.
Syringe Driver Training – A Zoom-based curriculum for all Registered Nurses in North Yorkshire led by Saint Catherine’s Hospice providing what you need in preparation for competence. Click here for details of these sessions.
Palliative Care Clinics – Our clinics are designed and shaped by the community of Nursing staff working across the region in palliative care. On Zoom, these Hospice-led clinics will provide mutual learning, practical guidance, case studies and support. Click here for details of these sessions.
Palliative Care Huddle – Are you a healthcare professional working with people with palliative and end of life care needs? Interested in informal support, case studies, education and networking? Join our monthly meetings on Microsoft Teams.
Meeting Room Hire
Our light and spacious Education Centre has facilities can be hired out at any time of day for groups of up to 45 people. We have one large lecture room and two break out seminar rooms, all equipped with display screens, wi-fi, flip charts, white boards, and loop system. The large lecture room and boardroom are available for £100 for a half day and £200 for a full day, evening meetings are £50. Our two breakout rooms are priced at £50 for a half day and £100 for a full day, with evening meetings at £50. Catering can also be provided by our on-site kitchen.
Please call 01723 356022 for more information.
Saint Catherine’s and The Wolfson Palliative Care Research Centre work collaboratively to develop, deliver, implement, and disseminate palliative care research in specialist palliative care clinical services.
We wish to both acknowledge and make transparent this partnership. We thank Wolfson Palliative Care Research Centre for their on-going contributions, and value our continuing work together to improve research and care.
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