Resource Audience Type: Nurses

For nurses working in LTC

People-Focused Palliative Care Resources

The resources in the People category are related to five key factors known to promote sustainability: commitment to improvement, involvement, team member skill and capability, leadership, and team functioning.

Clinical Nursing Leadership eLearning

Nurses are often required to manage conflict and communicate in a variety of contexts with coworkers, residents and their friends and families. This course will enhance the clinical leadership skills of nurses working in long-term care. The modules include realistic scenarios and scenario-based practice to help nurses navigate conflict, communicate with confidence, and learn how to thrive as clinical leaders.

Overview

Three self-paced, online modules around 20 minutes in length each.

  1. Communicating Effectively
  2. Handling Conflict with Care
  3. Being a Leader

An Ontario CLRI certificate will be provided for each module that can be put towards continuing education/professional development requirements.

Communication at End-of-Life eLearning Series

This eLearning series is designed to refresh or develop team members’ communication skills to provide quality palliative care and end-of-life care in long-term care (LTC) homes. The three courses in the series include interactive case scenarios that reflect the unique setting and context of care delivery in LTC homes.

Overview

Three self-paced courses around 20 minutes in length each.

  1. Communicating about Hospice Palliative Care
  2. Coping with Grief
  3. Building Relationships

This series serves as an introduction to the more comprehensive All-In Palliative Care: The Team Approach to LTC training program. It teaches all interprofessional team members how to recognize palliative care myths, recognize and accommodate the needs of those in mourning, and practice their end-of-life communication skills.

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