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  • Palliative Care Needs Assessment (Cycle 4)

    Paediatric Project ECHO for Palliative Care is excited to launch its 4th cycle in January 2021. Since the start of ECHO Palliative Care in January 2018, we have proudly delivered 40 sessions…
  • Importance of Respite | PC #3.11

    Learning Objectives: Importance of respite Respite in hospice Community respite Respite in Paediatric palliative care What is the importance of Respite? Ideal respite care Kat Brooks, RNH at the Roger Neilson House…
  • Everyday Ethics | Complex Care & Palliative Care

    Learning Objectives: Recognize the concepts of “everyday ethics” Identify clinical examples of “everyday ethics” in practice Dr. Catherine Diskin, MD at the Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) Dr. Catherine Diskin is due to…
  • ECHO Participant Spotlight: Dr. Tonia Onyeka

    "The [Paediatric Project ECHO] sessions have helped to broaden my knowledge of paediatric pain management and palliative care, helped me introduce some innovations to our practice of paediatric palliative care and has…
  • Pain at end-of-life | PC #3.9

    Learning Objectives: Define pain and its subtypes​ Explain an approach to evaluating pain in children​ Describe treatment modalities for pain at end of life​ Highlight key aspects of pain management counselling​ Katie…
  • Talking to children about death | PC #3.8

    “For adults grief is like wading through this enormous river whereas for children it's puddle jumping, but when they're in that puddle it's no different to the river.”​ - Julie Stokes, Winston’s Wish Learning Objectives: To explore perspectives and experiences…