Events for Health-Care Professionals
The team at BCCPC has gathered links to education events designed for Health Care Providers caring for people affected by life-limiting illness. The events are not created or endorsed by BCCPC unless stated in the description.
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Healing Hearts Support – Finding Hope and Resilience After a Substance Use Related Loss
August 15 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm PDT
Session summary notes – written summary of the session and discussion points
Session resource page – document with website links and resources shared by the session presenters and session attendees.
Session recording: Grief & Bereavement Literacy Series ECHO Session Aug 15, 2023: “Healing Hearts Support” – YouTube
On August 15th the BC Centre for Palliative Care launched our Grief and Bereavement Literacy Series with our first online session: “Healing Hearts Support – Finding Hope and Resilience After a Substance Use Related Loss“ presented by Jennifer Howard, Program Manager at Moms Stop the Harm.
This series is for anyone interested in increasing their knowledge around grief and bereavement to support them personally or in their professional careers.
Why attend an ECHO session?
ECHO is an ideal combination of education, peer connection, and collaboration, fostering an “all teach, all learn” approach. These sessions are designed to be a vehicle for learning and sharing your own experience, resourcefulness, and resilience.
Sessions are via zoom and will be facilitated by a content expert who will guide you through a presentation on the topic and the remainder of the time spent in discussion.
For information about other ECHO sessions visit our ECHO program webpage.