ECHO Psychosocial Series – Cohort 3
January – November 2022
Co-created by and for psychosocial health care providers, the latest offering of the Palliative Care ECHO project-BC Hub is a year-long program. The tree themes of Grief and Loss, Spirituality, and Ethical Dilemmas in Palliative Care will guide the content of the session (nine in total) beginning in January.
This virtual knowledge-sharing network is intended for individuals actively working in a clinical role providing care to adults, children and families who are affected by advancing life-limiting conditions such as Social Workers, Counsellors, Music Therapists, Psychologists, Psychiatrists, and Spiritual Health Practitioners.
While participants are able to register for each theme (series of three sessions) separately, the hope is that, with consistent members over the year long program, we can continue to grow a community of practice with connections between psychosocial care providers in both adult and pediatric palliative care throughout BC. The model this year includes presentations by content experts and also offers opportunities for participants to present a topic with mentorship and support from the members of core team (learning objectives, literature review, and presentation preparation) as a means for ongoing leadership development for psychosocial providers.
Program themes and sessions
Resources by theme