Just wanted to thank you for coming yesterday.  I heard nothing but great comments about your presentation and the materials.  I heard some things I didn’t know and I had been doing lots of research on this subject as a new grandma so was really happy to hear it.  I talked to the licensing manager and she was very excited about it as well.  Again, thanks for your time and efforts – they were very appreciated.
Connie – DCFS

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Death Notification to Families- Workshop

Most Emergency Physicians will tell you that informing a family of a sudden death of a child is one of the most difficult tasks they will ever have to perform. Learn valuable insights into offering compassionate support for the families while still maintaining professionalism in the ED. Learn these important skills from a professional speaker who first delivered this information at American College of Emergency Physicians conferences. This is an ideal topic for Grand Rounds.


Who should take this workshop?

Emergency Department Staff

This course will teach you:

What are the most important FIRST words to say when delivering bad news.
Who is the best person on the staff to speak to the family.
What words should never be used when speaking with the family.


Length of Training: 2 Hours

Training time can be adjusted to meet your specific needs.  60-90 minute trainings are available.

On-Site Training:

This course can be tailored to the needs of your organization and can be delivered on-site at a time and location of your choice.