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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.

All Together ECHO: A Rural Approach to the Compassionate Community Model

Session Resources: Session recording: YouTube link Session summary notes: 2024.02.27 A Rural Approach to Compassionate Communities session summary All Together, a compassionate communities initiative, is open to Health Care Providers, Volunteers, Volunteer lead organizations, Community Groups, and individuals looking to be inspired by and learn from others developing compassionate communities. Join us as Meghan Derkach […]

Flexing Your Core ECHO-Domain 4: Comfort & Quality of Life (2024)

Session Resources Domain 4: Comfort & Quality of Life Session summary notes 2024.02.29 Following the Domain 4 module on Learning Hub, this session is an introduction to promoting comfort and quality of life for people with life-limiting illness. Learners will discuss applying the steps of symptom management and supporting wellness to a case study.

Understanding SIC Implementation: Barriers and Facilitators

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Session Resources Session summary notes: 2024.03.05 SIC ECHO Facilitators Barriers of SIC Implementation Summary Notes Session recording video: YouTube Session presentation slides (pdf): 2024.03.05 SIC ECHO Facilitators Barriers of SIC Implementation - slides   Part of our Updates & Innovations in Essential Conversations for the Health Care Team ECHO Series. Presenters: Laura Finkler-Kemeny RN, MSN […]

Flexing Your Core ECHO-Domain 5: Care Planning & Collaborative Practice (2024)

Resources Session summary notes: 2024.03.07 FYC Domain 5 Care Planning & Collaborative Practice    Following the Domain 5 module on Learning Hub, this session learners will reflect on the importance of ensuring their care aligns with the patient's goals of care. They will also be introduced to three key aspects of what a care plan […]

Flexing Your Core ECHO-Domain 6: Loss, Grief, and Bereavement (2024)

Session resources FYC Domain 6 2024.03.14 Session summary notes Following the Domain 6 module on Learning Hub, this session will address the assumption that loss, grief and bereavement are thought of as a "linear" experience. This session aims to help you identify that people experience grief differently and explore ways to support grief and loss […]

Sleep After Loss

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Session resources Session summary notes: 2024.03.19 Sleep After Loss - Session summary Session recording: YouTube video Part of our Grief & Bereavement Literacy ECHO series Presenter: Dr. Michael Mak, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry Site Director, Undergraduate Education, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Transition to Practice Coordinator, Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto Vice […]

All Together ECHO: Essential Conversations with Peter and Joe

Session Resources Session summary notes: Essential Conversations with Peter and Joe - 2024.03.20 - Session summary notes Session pdf slides: 2024.03.20- Session presentation slides Session recording: YouTube video All Together, a compassionate communities initiative, is open to Health Care Providers, Volunteers, Volunteer lead organizations, Community Groups, and individuals looking to be inspired by and learn […]

Flexing Your Core ECHO-Domain 7: Professional & Ethical Practice (2024)

Session resources FYC Domain 7 session summary notes - 2024.03.21 Following the Domain 7 module on Learning Hub, this session introduces common ethical issues in end-of-life care. Learners will have the opportunity to practice ethical decision making by discussing a case study.

Flexing Your Core ECHO-Domain 8: Self-care (2024)

Session resources FYC Domain 8 session summary notes - 2024.03.28 Following the Domain 8 module on Learning Hub, this session focuses on identifying  self-care strategies and knowing how to support others in the workplace resulting in better patient outcomes, increased patient and family satisfaction, improving health care worker well-being, and preventing burnout.

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