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Palliative Care for Frontline Workers in Long-Term Care Settings

March 7 @ 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Palliative Care for Frontline Workers in Long-Term Care Settings

As our population ages and health challenges evolve, the demand for skilled palliative care is more crucial than ever.

This course, tailored to the learning needs and preferences of frontline care providers, offers flexible learning to enhance skills in palliative care. Feedback from past participants highlights a significant boost in comfort and confidence in providing palliative care after completing the course.

When:

March 7 & 8, 2024

Where:

Pioneer Ridge Long-Term Care Home, Plaza 3 Auditorium

Content Includes:

  • Introduction to Palliative Care
  • Setting the Stage
  • Physiology of Dying
  • Pain
  • Working with Individuals & families
  • Advance Care Planning
  • Culture
  • Grief & Bereavement
  • Helping Relationships & Self Care
  • Working within a TEAM

Duration & Time:

8:30 am – 4:30 pm on both days (15 hour certificate course)

Lunch & nutrition breaks are provided.

Location:

Pioneer Ridge Long-Term Care Home; Plaza 3 Auditorium

Fee:

No cost – this course is being fully subsidized by CERAH and the North West Regional Palliative Care Program.

To register, click HERE. Space is very limited.

 

Details

Date:
March 7
Time:
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Event Category:
Website:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScD_mYegwVmijaERwJ0gVlcCDIU8QWOIjEGbFI2Vq31cTqGcQ/viewform

Organizer

CERAH
Email
cerah@lakeheadu.ca

Venue

Pioneer Ridge Long-Term Care
750 Tungsten Street
Thunder Bay, Ontario P7B6R1 Canada
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