The Pandemic Made Me Do it! Moving from “death by PowerPoint” to engaging e-learning

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For EDUCATORS Throughout the pandemic, educators have had to scramble to modify in-person sessions to online, often ending up with “death by PowerPoint” over Zoom. The downside was that learners may have the camera off, and not even in the room; the upside is that online training gave those living in rural and remote areas …

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SIC and Disenfranchised Populations: The importance of utilizing a trauma-informed, trust building approach for Serious Illness Conversations with Structurally Vulnerable/Disenfranchised Populations​​

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Serious Illness Conversation Provincial Collaborative ECHO Session Topic: SIC and Disenfranchised Populations: The importance of utilizing a trauma-informed, trust building approach for Serious Illness Conversations with Structurally Vulnerable/Disenfranchised Populations​​ Wallace Robinson, MSW RSW Leader for Advance Care Planning, Providence Health Care Register Here

SIC in a Cancer Setting

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Serious Illness Conversation Provincial Collaborative ECHO Session Topic: Serious Illness Conversations in the Cancer Setting Antony Porcino, PhD Project Manager, Early symPtom Indicators for Cancer Care (EPICC) BC Cancer The cancer care environment seems a likely place to engage in advance care planning and serious illness conversations. Yet, there are multiple barriers—some obvious and some …

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