This basic level multidisciplinary palliative care education program includes in person session s offered Aug 8, 29 & Sept. 12, 2019 at Fairmunt Home, 2069 Battersea Rd. Glenburnie, e-learning modules, self-directed reading and peer-to-peer sessions.  This educaitonal program is intended for volunteers and those working in the health care system. To learn more or to register click here.

This basic level multidisciplinary palliative care education program includes in person session s offered July 10, 24 & Aug 7th, 2019 at the Trent Valley Lodge, 195 Bay St., Trenton, e-learning modules, self-directed reading and peer-to-peer sessions.  This educaitonal program is intended for volunteers and those working in the health care system. To learn more or to register click here.

June 8, 9, 14, 15 & 16, 2019 in Kingston. This in-person 5 day workshop is ideal for those already acting in support roles such as PSWs, Social Workers and Caregivers. The curriculum includes an introduction to the end of life cycle, dyin and death; cross-cultural practices at end of life and effective communication; death, grief, bereavement and community resources; end of life planning; business plan and community of practice. To learn more view the pdf flyer or visit the course outline page here.

March 15,16,17 and 22,23 & 24, 2019 at Loyalist College, Belleville. This in-person 5 day workshop is ideal for those already acting in support roles such as PSWs, Social Workers and Caregivers. The curriculum includes an introduction to the end of life cycle, dyin and death; cross-cultural practices at end of life and effective communication; death, grief, bereavement and community resources; end of life planning; business plan and community of practice. To learn more view the pdf flyer or visit the course outline page here.

Frontenac-Kingston Council on Aging

Friday, February 22, 2019, 10 AM - 3 PM - The Frontenac-Kingston Council on Aging presents Education Day on the Substitute Decision Act and the Health Care and Consent Act. Find out the difference between these acts and learn your legal rights and responsibilities as a health care professional and/or institution. Guest speakers Mark Handelman (B.A., LL.B., MHSc (bioethics) and David Campbell (PhD and ethicist with Kingston Health Sciences Centre) will provide their insight. The event takes place in at the Renaissance Event Venue, 285 Queen Street, Kingston and costs $55 with lunch included. Register by emailing a filled out registration PDF form to infocouncilonaging@gmail.com

Wednesday, February 6, 2019, 8:45 AM - 3 PM EST - The Waterloo - Wellington Annual Knowledge Exchange in Geriatrics will host "Living Beyond the Diagnosis", a day-long event covering how to incorporate a palliative approach to care. Dr. Daphna Grossman, MD CCFP (em) FCFP, will deliver a keynote on the intesection between geriatric care and a palliative approach to care. The cost of the event is $75 and the deadline to register is February 1, 2019. To register click here.

Dec. 7, 2018 from 1:30-2:30PM EST. Join presenters Tara Cohen and Pamela Grassau for this webinar for staff working in Long-term Care. Central to the discussion will be how to strengthen self-awareness and self-kindness; sustain meaning in your work and create compassionate and resilient teams. To learn more or to register click here.

Oct. 16, 2018 at the Hilton Suites Toronto/Markham. This one-day event is Ontario's most effective, efficient and affordable way for Personal Support Workers (PSWs) to receive up-to-date knowledge and skills in some of the most in-demand training areas. Last year, 98% of attendees agreed that what they learned during the training day would help them do their jobs better. Register today!

Tuesday, June 26th, 2018 at the Family & Children’s Services of Frontenac, Lennox & Addington located on 817 Division Street. This workshop is a one-day training program designed for direct support professionals (front line staff) from both Developmental Services and Health/Seniors/Long-term Care Sectors.

On May 25, 2018, Kelly Kay gave this presentation which provided an overview of the competency framework for interprofessional CGA. She examined the applications for interprofessional practice and provided an update on current knowledge to action activities. She concluded with a review of the major critiques associated with competency based practice to help practitioners avoid pitfalls. 30 slides. Last reviewed May 2018.

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