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External Event: Personal Support Worker – Community of Practice Series

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Where: Online Cost: Free

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This community of practice is being hosted by Pallium Central  and is for those interested in connecting with peers in sessions that are facilitated by practice coaches. Participants will have opportunities to bring knowledge to action in quality palliative care delivery, skill building through case-based discussions, shared experience, practice pearls, gold standard tools, breakout rooms, role play, etc. This community of practice is a welcoming and encouraging space that invites reflective practice, dialogue, transparency, and peer-to-peer connection.

Dates:

  • Introductory Session – Nov. 16, 2021 @ 5-6 pm ET
  • Essential Communication Skills Part 1 – Nov. 30, 2021 @ 5-6 pm ET
  • Essential Communication Skills Part 2 – Dec. 14, 2021 @ 5-6 pm ET
  • Tools Practicum Part 1 – Jan. 11, 2022 @ 5-6 pm ET
  • Tools Practicum Part 2 – Jan. 25, 2022 @ 5-6 pm ET
  • Pain and Shortness of Breath Management – Feb. 8, 2022 @ 5-6 pm ET
  • Understanding Tubes, Pumps, Bags and Lines – Feb. 22, 2022 @ 5-6 pm ET
  • The Personal Support Worker Role in the Last Days and Hours – Mar. 8, 2022 @ 5-6 pm ET
  • End of Life Medications and Side Effects: what the personal support worker needs to know – Mar. 22, 2022 @ 5-6 pm ET
  • End of Life Delirium – Apr. 5, 2022 @ 5-6 pm ET
  • Post-mortem Care: cultural Consideration and what happens at the funeral home – Apr. 19, 2022 @ 5-6 pm ET
  • Culturally Relevant Care – May 3, 2022 @ 5-6 pm ET
  • Trauma Informed Care and Cultural Safety – May 17, 2022 @ 5-6 pm ET
  • Indigenous End of Life Care – May 31, 2022 @ 5-6 pm ET

To register visit Pallium Central and enter your information under Personal Support Worker – Community of Practice Series.

For more information, visit:https://www.pallium.ca/palliative-care-echo-project/#upcoming-national-echo-sessions

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