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  • Perinatal Palliative Care | PC #3.5

    Learning Objectives: To describe Perinatal Palliative Care ​ To describe the target patient population​ To describe how to support infants and their families requiring palliative care ​ To describe important implications for…
  • Wellness and Support for Volunteers and Staff | PC #3.4

    Learning Objectives: Describe stressors that may arise in taking on a volunteer/staff role in palliative care Recognize supports that can be put in place for volunteers/staff we work with Implement these into…
  • Feeding for comfort | PC #3.3

    Learning Objectives: Can we really do that?! Review of the legal and ethical positions on forgoing ANH in children Ok…but why would we want to?! Explore the risks and benefits of providing…
  • Symptom Management (nausea, vomiting, dyspnea) | PC #3.2

    Learning Objectives: To develop an approach to dyspnea, nausea and vomiting in pediatric palliative care To understand non-pharmacologic strategies for management of dyspnea, nausea and vomiting To understand principles of pharmacological management…
  • How to introduce Paediatric Palliative Care | PC #3.1

    Learning Objectives: Reflect on barriers and strategies for referring clinicians who introduce Paediatric Palliative Care (PPC) to their patients​ Discuss strategies for introducing PPC to patients and families from the perspective of palliative care clinicians Sarah…
  • Pain at end-of-life | PC #2.9

    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 Natalie…