Melodie Adler, MD, PGY-3, Care of the Elderly Fellow, Dept. of Family Medicine, Queen's University will be presenting this Ethics Education Session on Wed. Nov. 30th. 11am -12pm Education Session, 12-1pm Meeting Session. Location: Ongwanada, 191 Portsmouth Ave. Kingston, ON, Rm #410/411. Register by emailing email@example.com. For more information contact Hannah Kaufman at firstname.lastname@example.org. Videoconference & Teleconference options are available.
This condensed module explores the process of Advance Care Planning and Health Care Consent. The module is self-directed and allows the user to move through the slides at their own page. There is narration which can be disable if preferred. Approximately 30 minutes. To register for this education please sign up here.
This course is designed for health care providers’ working in long-term care, continuing education and professional development to build capacity and support conversations with individuals and their families about the process of Advance Care Planning and how it is embedded in legislation. To register for this course please sign up here.
This course is designed for health care providers’ working in primary care, continuing education and professional development to build capacity and support conversations with individuals and their families about the process of Advance Care Planning and how it is embedded in legislation. To register for this course please sign up here.
This online course developed by the East Toronto Health Link (ETHeL) ACP Working Croup and Clinical Advisory Council consists of 4 modules about Advance Care Planning and covers what providers should know and do, what patients need to know and do and how to initiate ACP conversations.
This video of a presentation given by Louise Hanvey, the Project Manager for the CHPCA’s national project – Advance Care Planning in Canada: National Framework and Implementation. In that role she has been involved in the creation and launch of the National Advance Care Planning Day in Canada. Advance Care Planning in Canada: A National Framework and Implementation is a five-year project of the Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association that aims to implement a number of changes to the current practices in ACP. A National Framework has been developed through a national consultative process that facilitates collaboration across sectors. The presentation will provide viewers with an opportunity to become familiar with the core elements of the Framework and with the tools that are currently available to both raise professional and public awareness regarding ACP and enable them to engage in the process.
This presentation by Michael Newman objectives included: to identify the Consent and Capacity Board, explain when and how to access the Consent and Capacity Board, identify the legal test for capacity and substitute decision making, identify various types of Board applications as well as identify means of obtaining more information.