All Together ECHO series

A compassionate communities initiative, the All Together ECHO series is open to healthcare providers, volunteers, volunteer-led organizations, community groups, and individuals looking to be inspired by and learn from others developing compassionate communities. The series began as a follow-up to an inaugural All Together Symposium in 2022 and continues the symposium’s work to help bridge

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UPDATED: Refractory Symptoms and Palliative Sedation Guideline

Find updated evidence and practice guidance in the recently released 2024 Refractory Symptoms and Palliative Sedation Therapy (PST) Guideline for 2024. Access the guideline here for the online interactive version, and here for the printer-friendly version. Highlights of changes for 2024: Guidance to clinicians to provide information about palliative sedation therapy as an option in

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Community-University Engagement Support (CUES) Fund Awarded to Provided Grief and Bereavement Support to the DTES

A successful joint funding application by BCCPC and the Carnegie Community Centre in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside has secured $25,000 from UBC’s Community-University Engagement Support (CUES) Fund. The funding will allow the Carnegie Community Centre to conduct grief and bereavement support programming in 2024 and 2025, integrating BCCPC’s bereavement research into the Carnegie Centre’s grief and

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Creating a compassionate community in a rural setting

Compassionate communities can take time to build. The payoff can be immeasurable, however, with people gaining access to much-needed services and connections when they need it the most. Meghan Derkach, the Executive Director at Cherryville Community Food & Resources Society, and her team are making this happen by providing a safe space for conversations around death and dying. As

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ACP Day – Ideas to raise awareness

Harness the power of social media! Simply use the social media tiles in the Campaign Toolkit during March and April. Remember to add your organization’s contact information, and use the hashtags #ACPDay2024 , #ACPinBC and #ifnotyouwho. Engage your local media Share the media release in the Campaign Toolkit with local print and online news agencies, and

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