BC Centre For Palliative Care ECHO Sessions

These sessions will focus on and highlight some of the work done by the BC Centre for Palliative Care. BC Centre for Palliative Care session will provide opportunities for learning and connecting and will have a direct impact on patient outcomes and quality of care. 

  

BC Centre for Palliative Care ECHO sessions are geared towards sharing with our partners in the health system and community the work we are doing to accelerate the spread of innovations and best practices in palliative care. We strive to help British Columbians affected by serious illnesses have the best possible quality of life possible, supported by care that reflects their goals and wishes. 

 

Check back often to see what we have lined up!

Current and Upcoming Sessions

Start
September 28, 2022 11:00 am
End
September 28, 2022 12:00 pm

Volunteer Competency ECHO: Implementing Provincial Hospice Volunteer Competencies

 

Target Audience

  • Hospices, volunteer programs in support of palliative care on health units, LTC, or treatment facilities (eg BC Cancer)

Key Learning Objectives and / or Competencies

By the end of the session participants will:

  • Have an increased awareness of the BC CPC, specifically Volunteer Competencies
  • Understand that competencies are a foundation to creating a vibrant, engaged, and effective volunteer program
  • Develop strategies as to how they can implement the competencies into their volunteer program
  • Strengthen connections and relationships with similar organization and volunteer programs to continue to share ideas and expertise

**This session has been postponed. A new session date, time and registration will be open soon**

Start
October 26, 2022 11:00 am
End
October 26, 2022 12:00 pm

An Introduction to Advance Care Planning ECHO

Target Audience

  • Individuals, groups, and organizations that may not yet know about ACP

Key Learning Objectives and / or Competencies

By the end of the session participants will:

  • Have an increased awareness of the BC CPC, specifically ACP toolkits and resources and want to learn more
  • Have thought about their own values, beliefs, and wishes for future health and personal care and therefore have a better understanding of what ACP is
  • Be motivated to engage in ACP conversations

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