Resource Type: Toolkit

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.

Supporting Family Engagement in LTC

Family members of residents in LTC are important partners in care. Supporting the presence and engagement of family and friends of residents requires deliberate planning and thorough communication with residents, families and team members. This resource card has compiled some tools to aid homes as they plan for, co-ordinate and support visits. Please check back regularly for updates as the pandemic and directives evolve.

If you have a resource to suggest for this page, please contact us at info@clri-ltc.ca


Palliative Care Toolkit for Indigenous Communities

About the Toolkit

The Palliative Care Toolkit for Indigenous Communities was created by Cancer Care Ontario in collaboration with First Nations, Métis and Inuit families and communities.  It includes:

  • First Nations, Inuit and Métis definitions of palliative care
  • Personal stories and other resources to help First Nations, Inuit and Métis families and communities develop capacity in palliative care, and cope with grief and loss
  • Information to support decision-making and planning for Indigenous people living with advanced cancer
  • Information to help care partners care for community members living with advanced cancer

This program has been identified as a resource that supports Indigenous culture in long-term care by the Ontario Caring Advisory Circle.

Learning Empathy through Simulation for Long-Term Care Staff

This resource offers English and French activities for low-cost simulations that are easy to use in large or small groups. The exercises can help long-term care staff develop a better understanding and empathy for residents affected by speech, visual, mobility, and hearing impairments.

The following activities are described in detail, including materials required, instructions and reflection questions.

The following simulations are described in detail in this PDF:

  • Speech impairment simulation activity
  • Visual impairment simulation activity
  • Mobility impairment activity
  • Hearing impairment activity

Author

Tracy Luciani is an Arts and Wellness Specialist working at Bruyère Continuing Care, and former Knowledge Broker with the Ontario CLRI at Bruyère. She aims to create spaces that invite collaboration and transformative action.