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

Session 7 – Pediatric Serious Illness Conversations

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Presenter Natasha Datoo  Description: Identify how and when to introduce pediatric serious illness conversations with families.                                                          Explain the theoretical concepts,rationaleand process of the SICG-peds.  REGISTER

Webinar Series: “But they’re not palliative yet!”

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. Time to address the myths of palliative care! Learn how integrating a palliative

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

Diabetes Research Day DAY 2020 (BC Diabetes Research Network)

Join the diabetes research community for this annual showcase of diabetes research in BC.

This exciting annual scientific day enables diabetes researchers from across British Columbia to connect, collaborate, and present their research. The meeting is focussed on all aspects of diabetes research – from “beta cells to bicycles”. All attendees are invited to submit an abstract to deliver an oral presentation or present a poster. This scientific day will feature several invited speakers, trainee talks and scientific poster session. Research topics include; translational research, islet biology, cell therapy, complications of diabetes, prevention and patient oriented research.

Volunteer Competency

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Join us for a one-hour session to learn more  Aligned with our existing competency frameworks for health care professionals, the volunteer competencies are organized under eight headings, or domains. No matter how you decide to operationalize the competencies in your volunteer program, they are designed to help you better recruit, screen and train hospice volunteers.  

Volunteer Competency

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Join us for a one-hour session to learn more  Aligned with our existing competency frameworks for health care professionals, the volunteer competencies are organized under eight headings, or domains. No matter how you decide to operationalize the competencies in your volunteer program, they are designed to help you better recruit, screen and train hospice volunteers.