Family counselling and conversations on organ donation
The family counselling and conversations on organ donation is one of the most poignant and emotionally intensive conversations that one could ever have. Supporting a family grappling with the devastating loss of a loved one is paramount. The death of the person has to be communicated clearly. Offering a family the option of organ donation needs to be done with sensitivity and empathy. All families need to be offered this option. Thereafter, it is up to the family to make a decision that is right for them.
The course will focus on the following:
To discuss grief counselling and family approach for organ donation
To demonstrate good approach for organ donation
To explain the legal aspects of deceased organ donation
Breaking bad news
Legal overview of deceased organ donation
Stages of grief and grief counselling
Approaching families for organ donation
Case studies – dilemmas and difficulties
Simulations of family conversations
Role and characteristics of a counsellor/transplant coordinator
Course at a Glance
Duration - 12 hours
Structure - Online modules including videos
Fee structure - Rs.1000 or USD 25
Certification - Online
Who should join
Candidates aiming to become Transplant coordinators or Counsellors in Intensive Care Units
Doctor / Nurse / Allied Health Science / Social Work / Psychology / Social Science / Sociology / Public Health / Hospital Administration / Graduate in any subject
Terms and Conditions: • Fees once paid will not be refunded.
• After completing the registration process, username and password to access course materials will be communicated through email.
• The access for the course will be given for one month.
• The certificate will be issued solely by MOHAN Foundation.