Professional Visitors

We welcome health and social care professionals and students to attend our free information sessions held at St Peter's Hospice in Brentry. The aims of our two-hour sessions are:

  • To help you understand the role of St Peter's Hospice within the wider community
  • To identify resources that may assist you in caring for people with life limiting illnesses
  • To give you an opportunity to ask questions about our services
  • To give you an opportunity to get to know us and the work that we do


St Peter's Hospice, Charlton Road, Brentry, Bristol BS10 6NL




Each session runs 14.00 - 16.00

Available dates

16 November 2023

24 January 2024

12 March 2024

9 July 2024

26 September 2024

11 November 2024

Inpatient Unit nurses

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Symptom Management

This three-day course is available to Registered Practitioners working across disciplines and clinical settings and is designed to develop knowledge and confidence in the management of symptoms at end of life.

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Professional End of Life Care

These live online workshops are aimed at registered health and social care professionals to enhance knowledge and understanding of aspects of end of life care and application to practise.

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Syringe Pump Training

We offer Syringe Pump Award (Introduction) and Syringe Pump Certificate (Advanced) along with bespoke Syringe Pump Training for your organisation.

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Workshops for Support Workers

A series of three workshops covering the principles of End of Life Care aimed at health and social care support workers in care homes, the community and hospital settings.

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Professional Visitors

Free two hour information sessions for health and social care professionals and students to learn more about the Hospice and our services.

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"I Don't Know What to Say"

A one-day communication skills course for anyone working in health and social care in a non-clinical role who has conversations with people experiencing change or loss due to illness.

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