WorkshopFlyer Draft 1107 .pdf
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Effective communication improves well-being, relieves
symptoms, and alleviates pain for patients
As a respected medical professional, you have been selected to participate in a 2day workshop with international experts on:
The Role of Communication in Improving Quality of Life for
Patients & Families
6 – 7 September 2017
Rumah Sakit Royal Progress
Jl. Danau Sunter Utara, Sunter Paradise 1-5, Jakarta Utara 14350
Doctors and nurses of all specializations
Rp 1.000.000 (Rp 1.200.000 on the day)
Non-English speakers welcome - interpreters will be translating to Bahasa
Go to the next page for more information on the content of the training and the teachers
Secure your place in 2 simple steps
① Click here to register for the workshop
② Transfer the participation fee of Rp 1.000.000 to:
BCA KCU Sudirman, 035 3092 879 a.n. Yayasan Rumah Rachel.
For more information email Ibu Dewi Anjani (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call on 021 5365 2197
Expert teachers and agenda
Dr. Jairam Ramakrishnan – Psychological medicine specialist
An Honorary Senior Lecturer in Psychological Medicine at the University of
Auckland (New Zealand) & Honorary Consultant for WHO Collaborating
Center for Community Participation in Palliative Care and Long-Term Care.
Rina Wahyuni – Expert in home-based palliative care
Day 2 – 7 September
Day 1 – 6 September
A pediatric palliative care nurse, currently the Home Care Coordinator for
Rachel House. Since 2008, Rina has actively provided home-based palliative
care for patients living with cancer and HIV in Jakarta.
Emotional and social assessment - Learn how to form a holistic
understanding of a patient’s needs
Denial and collusion - Learn how to approach open communication
Breaking bad news - Learn how to communicate honestly while
remaining empathetic and compassionate
Grief, loss, and spiritual care - Learn how to incorporate
psychosocial and spiritual aspects into your care
Communication in a multidisciplinary team - Learn how to balance
team relationships with robust processes
Self-care - Learn how to promote positive self-care strategies
Role play - Apply what you have learned with other specialists
Role play discussion
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