The Children and Young People’s Palliative Care (CYPPCC) course contains a suite of learning objects, developed by CELE, to assist the student learning outcomes of each individual module. Assets include, amongst others:
The Memory Box is a simulation of a way to preserve memories, such as photographs and locks of hair, which puts the student in the real life situation a parent is faced with after the death of their child.
The MDT Meeting is an interactive introduction to the professionals involved in Charlie’s Journey – A learning pathway for the Medicines Management module.
Charlie’s Journey is an interactive carousel that discloses the assessments of the professionals introduced in the MDT meeting.
This is a prospective overview of coursework for the Engaging module, in which a student is guided through the 5 stages, or ‘patches’, of the assignment. A reference guide was added as the 6th patch for ease of access.
Students are required to consider and reflect upon spirituality and personhood when faced with approaching end of life care. The Sea Bag is a metaphorical representation of a way to approach and discuss, with the family, the items needed for a child’s end of life path.