Tag / supporting families
Learning Objectives: To identify the important paperwork (hard copy and online) at end of life To describe the tasks associated with the actual death and aftermath To describe resources available to them…June 17, 2020
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…March 18, 2020
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…February 26, 2020
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…January 22, 2020
As a clinician practicing in a smaller community the collaborative nature of Project ECHO allows me to keep up with research and incorporate this into evidence-based practice and also share strategies for providing effective care with colleagues throughout Ontario.
Registered Dietitian May 28, 2020