Resource Topic: Palliative Care/End-of-life

Aim, Align, Achieve Quality Palliative Care

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Enrollment for the Aim, Align, Achieve training program is closed.

If you have any questions, contact a member of the Ontario CLRI at Bruyère team at ceolfund@bruyere.org or 613-562-6262, Ext. 1985.


This is an introductory program on quality improvement and change management for the Ontario long-term care setting. An interactive program that focuses on implementation of a palliative approach to care, this class is for palliative care committees; physicians; quality improvement coordinators; best practice advocates; and everyone who wants to work on a person-centered approach to care that honors the humanity of residents, team members and families.

Culturally Responsive Palliative Care in LTC

From March to May 2022, the Ontario CLRI at Bruyère hosted three virtual sessions to provide a flexible, supportive, and interactive space for participants to be introduced to a particular ‘slice’ of the topic of cultural responsiveness, hear about a case example that highlights the content introduced in the session and engage in discussion about integrating learnings around culturally responsive care to the case example.

The Culturally Responsive Palliative Care in LTC – Case-Oriented Learning Session Series is part of our Collaborative Project to Sustain a Palliative Approach to Care in Long-Term Care. Team members that attended the sessions can refresh their learning with the webinar recordings below, and team members that missed the event now have access to this resource to support their continued learning!

Setting-Focused Palliative Care Resources

The resources in the Setting category are related to five key factors known to promote sustainability: alignment with organizational culture and priorities, support for Improvement, and alignment with external political and financial environments.

Practice-Focused Palliative Care Resources

The resources in the Practice category are related to five key factors known to promote sustainability: resources in place, progress monitored for feedback and learning, evidence of benefits, and robust and adaptable processes.

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.