Briefing: Palliative Care Outlook in 2021 – Results of a National Survey (USA)

Join us as Dr. Diane Meier reveals the findings of CAPC’s second COVID field survey. Nearly a year into the crisis, how has COVID-19 affected palliative care programs? Who should attend: All palliative care professionals, and all health professionals focused on strengthening care for patients with serious illness during the COVID-19 pandemic. CAPC is located

Part 1: 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. In this two-part webinar series, Vickie Leff, LCSW, will train attendees to be peer facilitators for well-being

CPCNA Sharing Stresses and Successes: Wellness Check-In

Canadian Palliative Care Nursing Association Town Halls (COVID-19) This is an opportunity to connect with palliative care nurses from across Canada to share our stresses and successes in practice in the face of COVID- 19. Michelle O’Rourke, a nurse author and counsellor, will guide our discussion as we discuss how we are doing after a

Transforming the landscape of longterm care: What has COVID-19 taught us?

Event Hosted by: Canadian Virtual Hospice Event Cost: Free Join us for a discussion about the impacts of COVID-19 on families and healthcare providers, integrating a palliative care approach and how to drive lasting improvements to long term care. Email events@virtualhospice.ca to reserve your spot.

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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