Learning Objectives

  • Have an awareness of the types and potential causes of pain in advanced cancer and other advanced illnesses
  • Have an appreciation of the holistic dimensions of the lived experience of pain, taking into account the whole person.
  • Understand the core components comprising a holistic assessment of pain attending to physical, psychological, social and spiritual domains of the pain experience.
  • Have an awareness of the most current pharmacological and non-pharmacological approaches to manage pain in cancer and other advanced illnesses.


Tina Morris – Practice Development Nurse
Gary Murphy – Advanced Nurse Practitioners
June Kibuthu – Advanced Nurse Practitioners
Marianne Mestern – Head of Community Palliative Care Team
Hannah Chapman – Therapies Service Manager


Audience:    All welcome

Venue:          Education Centre

Cost:             Half day workshop, £50