4Louis

Supporting families through Miscarriage Stillbirth and Child loss

Training

  

4Louis provide funding for healthcare professionals, to allow them to access necessary bereavement and photography training available through various training facilitators providing in house training. We also fund for health professionals to attend national conferences and training days. 


4Louis have exhibited at many conferences and training events, promoting the work we do for bereaved families across the UK including the RCM Conference, Transforming loss conference, Maternity and midwifery Festival, CBUK annual Neonatal Conference and many more. 


4Louis have been invited by many trusts to speak at their study days to talk of Louis’ story, from a parents or a grandparents perspective, 4louis as a charity and the work we do. 


If you would like 4Louis to attend your Study day/ Conference please use the form below to let us know the details. 

   

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4Louis are offering funded places on the following Conferences or Courses , contact us to find out more

Transforming Loss Conference

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**UNFORTUNATELY ALL OUR FUNDED SPACES HAVE NOW BEEN ALOCATED**


This annual conference is proudly hosted by Bliss, Sands, and The Royal College of Midwives. It is firmly established as the leading educational event within the UK, improving the knowledge base of health professionals to better respond to critical illness, loss and bereavement in the delivery of maternity and neonatal care.

The 11th annual conference will take place on 13 November 2019 in Birmingham.

The conference is a one-day study day developed for all those healthcare professionals working in maternity and neonatal settings.

A full programme will be available shortly and will include plenary sessions and in-depth parallel sessions and workshops, where you will be able to share experiences and learn all about today’s best practice.


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10th neonatal palliative and end of life care conference 11 February 2020, Leeds

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10th neonatal palliative and end of life care conference

11 February 2020, Leeds 

Building on the success of this annual event, we are delighted to announce the date for next year's conference. We can now confirm a full programme of expert speakers, who will be exploring the topic of ‘working together to provide high-quality support’. This conference will focus on highlighting and championing some of the latest developments in neonatal care, including mental health and wellbeing for families and staff on a neonatal unit

Who should attend?

Designed to be useful for those who work in the health sector, including; midwives, fetal medicine teams, neonatal and paediatric teams or those with a palliative care background with babies and children.