Thursday, March 27, 2014

Sharing & Caring: Perinatal Training Registration Still Open

You still have time to register for the Sharing & Caring: Perinatal Bereavement Training next month in St. Louis, MO! For more info, visit

The objective of the Sharing and Caring Perinatal Loss training to aid those in the community in their supportive role. This workshop is open to anyone who wants to start their own Share Group, hospital chaplains, social workers, counselors, nurses, and bereaved parents. The training is a 2.5-day intensive training that gives anyone who works with the bereaved the tools they need to work with families effectively, run support groups, and gain the support of their hospital staff.

When is the next training?
April 23- 25, 2014

Where is the training held?
St. Charles Convention Center, St. Charles, MO

What Topics Are Covered?
Training topics include: Reflections on Perinatal Loss... Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow; Perinatal Grief; Variations in the Experience, Expression and Effect of Bereavement in Parts; Difficult Decisions; Children and Grief; Caring for Yourself; Establishing a Share Hospital Program; Rights of Parents: Choices or Mandates; Cultural Differences; Memory Making; How to Run an Effective Share Aftercare Program; and Fundraising

Are Continuing Education Credits A vailable?
This activity has been submitted to and approved by the Missouri Nurse’s Association for approval to award 17.75 nursing contact hours. The Missouri Nurses Association is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditations.
It has also been approved by the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) for 17.75 contact hours.

How Do I Register?
For more information and to register, please click here or visit caring.html.

What Others Are Saying...
*Not only was this program very informative and helpful, but it was also invaluable to me personally, which I feel will extend to those I service!

“Wonderful! I will be referring back to this conference for years to come. It has increased my confidence greatly in taking care of these families.”

“A good validation of the processes and programs my hospital already has in place; additionally, I am inspired by new and helpful ideas to make our program even better. Thank you!” 

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