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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.

Creating a Safe Moral Space – The Informed Language of Ethics

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Psychosocial Cohort 3: Ethical Dilemmas in Palliative Care Session Topic - "Creating a Safe Moral Space – The Informed Language of Ethics" ECHO Hub team Session 2: October 28st, 2022, 9am-10:00 am Session two will be presented by the ECHO Hub team mentor, Michele Martin from Fraser Health, discussing the language of ethics and specific …

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

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Introducing a new ECHO series for all Health Care Providers. These sessions are for anyone working with people who are affected by serious illness incorporating the palliative approach to care into your daily practice in any clinical setting. This short 30-minute session is designed to be a vehicle for sharing your own experience, resourcefulness, and …

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

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Introducing a new ECHO series for all Health Care Providers. These sessions are for anyone working with people who are affected by serious illness incorporating the palliative approach to care into your daily practice in any clinical setting. This short 30-minute session is designed to be a vehicle for sharing your own experience, resourcefulness, and …

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Canadian Children’s Grief Awareness Symposium

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Please join us for a unique and exciting educational event that will help to build your capacity to support grieving children, youth and families in the communities you serve. The Canadian Alliance for Grieving Children & Youth (CAGCY) along with three hosting organizations (Lighthouse for Grieving Children, Lumara Grief & Bereavement Care Society, and Seasons …

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Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association – 2022 Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Learning Institute

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The 2022 CHPCA Learning Institute is going virtual. Due to the unpredictability of COVID-19 and public health measures, the CHPCA will be presenting the 2022 Learning Institute online. The Learning Institute will continue to offer the same fantastic caliber of content, including five unique education streams – offering the most innovative and timely teachings in …

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Ethical Decision Making

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Psychosocial Cohort 3: Ethical Dilemmas in Palliative Care Session Topic - Ethical Decision Making Session 3: October 28st, 2022, 9am-10:00 am For this final session on the theme, we invite you to share your experiences of ethical decision-making, and moral distress. Participants will share scenarios they've encountered in their work with participants and discuss in …

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A Facilitated Discussion of the Hospice Volunteer Palliative Competency Framework

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Join Pablita Thomas, Executive Director of the BC Hospice Palliative Care Association and Tina Lowery, Program Manager with the BC Centre for Palliative Care for the hour to discuss and share your experience with the Hospice Volunteer Palliative Competency Framework. In the summer of 2021, the Provincial Competencies for Hospice Volunteers was released. This document …

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Flexing Your Core ECHO-Domain 3: Communication

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Introducing a new ECHO series for all Health Care Providers. These sessions are for anyone working with people who are affected by serious illness incorporating the palliative approach to care into your daily practice in any clinical setting. This short 30-minute session is designed to be a vehicle for sharing your own experience, resourcefulness, and inventiveness …

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

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Introducing a new ECHO series for all Health Care Providers. These sessions are for anyone working with people who are affected by serious illness incorporating the palliative approach to care into your daily practice in any clinical setting. This short 30-minute session is designed to be a vehicle for sharing your own experience, resourcefulness, and …

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Making SICs bite-sized with the Two Question Challenge

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Serious Illness Conversation Provincial Collaborative ECHO Presenter: Dara Lewis RN Clinical Educator for the Regional Palliative Approach to Care Education team (RPACE) Vancouver Coastal Health Many patients with serious illness are receiving treatments that may not align with their wishes; in some cases, these treatments may be futile or may cause unnecessary suffering. Serious Illness …

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