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  • Pain at End-of-Life | Pain Management and Palliative Care

    Learning Objectives: By the end of this session, participants will be able to: Explain an approach to pain at end of life (EOL) Describe treatment modalities for pain at EOL Highlight key…
  • Symptom Management | PC #4.2

    Learning Objectives: To develop an approach to dyspnea, nausea and vomiting in pediatric palliative care To describe non-pharmacologic and medication strategies for management of dyspnea, nausea and vomiting Dr. Dawn Davies, MD…
  • How to Introduce Paediatric Palliative Care | PC #4.1

    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…
  • Depression & Anxiety | PC #3.12

    Learning Objectives: This session will aim to: To provide basic information re: assessment and management of anxiety and depression To increase attendees’knowledge/comfort in: When to treat with Meds + non-pharm tx, and…
  • 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…
  • 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…