Events for Health-Care Professionals

The team at BC-CPC 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 BC-CPC unless stated in the description.

Implementing Provincial Hospice Volunteer Competencies – Postponed

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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 …

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Flexing Your Core ECHO-Domain 4: Comfort and Quality of Life

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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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BCPSQC – Northwest Patient Safety Conference 2022

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The Northwest Patient Safety Conference is the only event of its kind in the Western US, uniting healthcare professionals, providers, patients, families, and caregivers from all care settings for networking and engaging with industry thought leaders and others invested in improving the patient experience. We’re excited to collaborate once again with the Washington Patient Safety Coalition …

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SIC and Coaching Mentoring Strategies

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Serious Illness Conversation Provincial Collaborative ECHO Session Topic: SIC and Coaching Mentoring Strategies Cari Borenko, BA BSW RSW MHS Lead, Advance Care Planning Andrew Saunderson, BSW, MSW, RSW Social Worker, Advance Care Planning Fraser Health Authority   The health care system and its culture is reactionary and too often downstream focused. As health care providers …

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An Introduction to Advance Care Planning

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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 …

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Flexing Your Core ECHO-Domain 2: Cultural Safety & Humility

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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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UBC Division of Palliative Care CME Day 2022

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Audience: family physicians, palliative care physicians, emergency physicians, hospitalists, nurse practitioners practicing palliative care, nurses, pharmacists, residents and students. Overview: Registration is now open for this year’s UBC Division of Palliative Care CME Day! The theme for this year is "Back to the Future: Essentials of Modern Palliative Medicine." We hope you can join us! Up to …

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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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