CDOCTraining provides face-to-face and online training for health care students and staff (nurses, doctors, allied healthcare professionals etc) and is the training arm of The Coma and Disorders of Consciousness research centre, Cardiff University. The courses are based on over 10 years experience of running workshops and training days across the UK in hospitals, rehabilitation centres and care homes for a wide variety of healthcare professionals. The materials have been developed by the CDOC team in collaboration with leading clinical and legal experts and frontline staff.
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Learner experiences of the ‘Caring for PDoC Patients’ course Autumn 2019
As an SLT experienced in working with PDOC patients this course has made me think from a different perspective, which will enhance my future practice, particularly in my interactions with family members. I would definitely encourage all new and existing SLT to complete the course to enhance their knowledge and skills.
I found this extremely beneficial in developing my skills as a nurse. I came into this course (& placement) a complete novice. … I now have a better understanding of what it is to live with these conditions.
There was a really broad range of learning media through which to explore this challenging subject… I learnt about areas outside of my usual clinical role, such as physiotherapy within acute settings & supporting discussion with families over organ donation. I enjoyed the wide variety of options to learn including detailed articles or soundbites, tapping into different modes of learning.