Events

Palliative Care ECHO Project Presents: Palliative Care in Rural & Underserviced Communities

Join our interdisciplinary hub team in unpacking the “How’s” of common issues providing a palliative approach to care in rural and underserviced communities and support yourself with current tools and resources in this domain. Tuesdays – November 9, 2021 – March 22, 2022 Read More Click here to register...

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Compassionate Communities Lunchtime Learn Information Sessions

Compassionate Communities applies to all individuals in every facet of our community so spreading knowledge and awareness about the movement in Thunder Bay is crucial for success. In light of this, in conjunction with Lakehead University Center for Education and Research on Aging & Health, and St. Joseph’s Care Group North West Regional Palliative Care ...

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CERAH Speaker Series – December 9, 2021

Creating Opportunities for Culturally Safe-r Education for Indigenous Communities Presenters: Holly Prince, MSW, PhD (Cand.) & Jessica Wyatt, BEd. MA, PMP Date: Thursday, December 9, 2021 Time: 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. (EST) This session will provide participants with an opportunity to: 1. Understand the process undertaken by the education team to develop culturally relevant palliative ...

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Spiritually and Culturally Diverse Approaches to End of Life Care and Communication (In partnership with NOSM)

Thursday, December 9, 2021 Presented by a panel of Spiritual and Cultural Leaders. This session will provide an opportunity to learn from a panel of spiritual and culturally diverse representatives in regards to approaching end of life care. This session will include ample Q & A time to facilitate robust discussions. Come with your questions! ...

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CERAH Speaker Series – January 12, 2022

Dementia Research in Northwestern ON Thinking about the future: Life after a diagnosis of dementia Presenter: Katelyn Wheeldon This session will provide participants with an opportunity to:• Learn about a research project that explored how people living with dementia thought about their future after receiving their diagnosis, and what was important to them moving forward.• ...

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Palliative Care for Frontline Workers – Online Winter 2022

This 15-hour certificate course is based on the identified learning needs of frontline care providers and is presented in a flexible manner.Course is targeted to PSWs, RPNs, RNs, palliative care volunteers and other frontline healthcare providers.Evaluations by those who have taken the program indicate an increased comfort level and confidence in providing a palliative approach ...

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