Children and Young People’s Palliative Care

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:

Memory Box:

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.

Memory Box

MDT Meeting:

The MDT Meeting is an interactive introduction to the professionals involved in Charlie’s Journey – A learning pathway for the Medicines Management module.

MDT Meeting


Charlie’s Journey:

Charlie’s Journey is an interactive carousel that discloses the assessments of the professionals introduced in the MDT meeting.

Charlies Journey

Patchwork Text:

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.

Patchwork Text

Sea Bag:

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.

Sea Bag

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