Webinar recordings coming soon. Keep checking back here.

Following the success of our first webinar series in May & June, we have launched a SECOND series starting 16th June. We are delighted to be running this in conjunction with Sirona Care & Health CIC and the BNSSG Training Hub. Our flyer is available here. (please note the subjects for 21/22 and 28/29 July have switched around).

  • Each webinar is live on Tuesdays at 1pm, Wednesdays at 10am and a recording of the presentation will be made available within a few days of the broadcast.
  • You access each webinar via Zoom. See the invite for meeting ID number and the PIN Code entry.
  • All health and social care colleagues in Bristol, North Somerset & South Gloucestershire CCG area (BNSSG) are welcome - if you are from outside the area, please contact the Education Department 
  • Topics are as outlined below:
Date and time Topic Recordings
16 June, 1pm
17 June 10am
Resilience in times of adversity

Coming soon

23 June, 1pm
24 June, 10am

Preferences at end of life, ACP & ReSPECT  

30 June, 1pm
1 July, 10am

What's changed in end of life care in BNSSG during Covid-19
(with Dr Kate Rush, Sirona)

7 July, 1pm
8 July, 10am

Reflection on loss and bereavement  

14 July, 1pm
15 July, 10am
Communicating sensitively with patients and families  

21 July, 1pm
22 July, 10am                                     
Informal carers standard operating procedures for subcutaneous injections [changed from 28/29 July]  

28 July, 1pm
29 July, 10am
Anticipatory prescribing [changed from 21/22 July]  

If you would like to be on the circulation list for the invites to this webinar series, please email the Education Department to sign up.



We are delighted to confirm that Project ECHO will recommence in July, subject to agreement with the ECHO network. If you are a social care provider in the BNSSG CCG area, consider signing up to Project ECHO. To learn more, visit the Project ECHO website.


Please refer to our Coronavirus Update for the latest information.

St Peter's Hospice has always had a strong commitment to education for its own staff and those caring for dying people in other settings.

The Education department has been an established centre for provision of palliative care education for over 30 years, and is recognised both locally and regionally for its expertise in providing education that is current and aimed at developing clinical practice.

Providing care for people living with life limiting illness can pose many challenges for practitioners. We believe it is important to equip people with knowledge and skills to help them feel confident when providing care.

The Team

The Education team is comprised of a small but talented group of teachers who are enthusiastic and passionate about palliative care and education.  As a team they have a wealth of experience to meet the needs of individuals and teams from a wide variety of health and social care settings.

We strive to build on the existing knowledge and experience of practitioners and further develop their skills and confidence, thus enabling them to respond effectively to the diverse and often complex needs of patients and families.

We offer a range of learning opportunities, from study days to higher education modules, as well as tailor-made courses to meet you specific needs.

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