Part 2: Learn How to Facilitate Well-Being Debriefings within Your Organization

The COVID-19 pandemic is taking a stunning toll on the emotional well-being of health care workers. Many of us are looking for proven strategies to mitigate the natural stress, empathy strain, and moral distress that we are experiencing. Peer-facilitated well-being debriefings are an evidence-based way to provide support to health care workers; they increase social

The New Normal of Hospice Palliative Care in a Pandemic World – HPCO Conference

Event hosted by: Hospice Palliative Care Ontario (HPCO) Event Cost: HPCO Member Rate: Full Conference: $500 Non-Member Rate: Full Conference: $580 The non-member rate of $580 includes a one-year individual membership to Hospice Palliative Care Ontario. Note: There is no one day registration option. Student (Full-time): Full Conference: $400 More details on conference costs can be found here Event

The New Normal of Hospice Palliative Care in a Pandemic World – HPCO Conference

Event hosted by: Hospice Palliative Care Ontario (HPCO) Event Cost: HPCO Member Rate: Full Conference: $500 Non-Member Rate: Full Conference: $580 The non-member rate of $580 includes a one-year individual membership to Hospice Palliative Care Ontario. Note: There is no one day registration option. Student (Full-time): Full Conference: $400 More details on conference costs can be found here Event

The New Normal of Hospice Palliative Care in a Pandemic World – HPCO Conference

Event hosted by: Hospice Palliative Care Ontario (HPCO) Event Cost: HPCO Member Rate: Full Conference: $500 Non-Member Rate: Full Conference: $580 The non-member rate of $580 includes a one-year individual membership to Hospice Palliative Care Ontario. Note: There is no one day registration option. Student (Full-time): Full Conference: $400 More details on conference costs can be found here Event

Webinar Series: Experiences of providing care during COVID

Event hosted by: Life & Death Matters Inc.,  Hospice Palliative Care Ontario (HPCO) and Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association. These webinars are for Personal Support Workers, Health Care Assistants, and Continuing Care Assistants, and will be beneficial for everyone supporting people with life-limiting and life-threatening illness. PSWs are in a unique position to support individuals, this has

CPCNA Town Hall: Rituals for Coping

Event hosted by: Canadian Palliative Care Nursing Association The general topic for this Town Hall will be about the Stresses and Successes of living with COVID-19 personally and professionally. Rituals for Coping We have just passed the one-year mark of living with COVID-19. Regardless of where we live in Canada, we are all hoping for light

Webinar: Guide Training Adaptations for Remote & Hybrid Work

Event hosted by: Ariadne Labs Join us to learn about three different models for adapting the Serious Illness Care Conversation Guide Training to meet the needs of remote and hybrid work environments.  As remote and hybrid work became more prevalent over the last year, systems implementing the Serious Illness Care Program rapidly transitioned the in-person

Webinar Series: Addressing our grief associated with COVID

Event hosted by: This series of webinars is brought to you through a partnership between Life & Death Matters Inc.,  Hospice Palliative Care Ontario (HPCO) and Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association. These webinars are for Personal Support Workers, Health Care Assistants, and Continuing Care Assistants, and will be beneficial for everyone supporting people with life-limiting and life-threatening illness. We have

Webinar Series: Fatigue, burnout, and resilience

Event hosted by: Life & Death Matters Inc.,  Hospice Palliative Care Ontario (HPCO) and Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association. These webinars are for Personal Support Workers, Health Care Assistants, and Continuing Care Assistants, and will be beneficial for everyone supporting people with life-limiting and life-threatening illness. During this past year, many PSWs have experienced fatigue, burnout and exhaustion.

Kids Grief Q and A

Event hosted by: Canadian Virtual Hospice Event cost: Free Andrea Warnick, children’s grief therapist answers your questions. To stay informed about the date and time of upcoming webinars and to receive webinar links and recordings  click here    

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Webinar Series: What to say when you don’t know what to say

Event hosted by:  Life & Death Matters Inc.,  Hospice Palliative Care Ontario (HPCO) and Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association. These webinars are for Personal Support Workers, Health Care Assistants, and Continuing Care Assistants, and will be beneficial for everyone supporting people with life-limiting and life-threatening illness. “My biggest fear is not knowing what to say…” “What is someone