Introduction to Hospice Palliative Care (IHPC02SEP21)
This course is designed to help health care professionals expand their knowledge about hospice palliative care issues. Participants will learn how to build their communication, assessment and symptom management skills as well as strategies for teaching patients in different hospice/palliative care settings. Finally the course aims to help teach the various roles of an interdisciplinary hospice palliative care team.
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
- Discuss and demonstrate a critical approach to hospice palliative care literature and care provision;
- Expand empirical and aesthetic knowledge about the current and relevant issues in hospice palliative care provision in Canada today;
- Develop various strategies for teaching clients and their family members in different hospice palliative care scenarios and care settings (e.g. urban/rural, hospital/home, hospice/home).
To receive your certificate and a 0.25 credit toward your de Souza designation, you are required to complete:
- Complete a pre-course evaluation
- Complete all required readings and activities
- Participate in the discussion forums
- Complete the end-of-course assignment
- Complete a post-course evaluation
Time Commitment: Approximately 10 hours
Course Syllabus: To view the course syllabus, please click HERE
Available to all health care professionals working along the cancer care continuum. This course is open to participants with any level of experience: from novice to experts.
Payment must be received by September 13, 2021. For more information, please visit our Cancellation & No Show Policy.
Participants can pay for this course through ePortfolio by MasterCard or Visa, or send a cheque to:de Souza Institutec/o The Michener Institute of Education
222 St. Patrick Street, Office 503
Toronto, ON M5T 1V4