What are Canadians asking about palliative care? We were curious to know what Canadians are asking or wanting to know about palliative care and a
Ted and I travelled this past June to the Canadian Memorial at Vimy Ridge in Northern France and the Flanders Museum in Ypres in Belgium.
Ontario developed the “Fixing Long-Term Care Act” in response to the crisis in long-term care (LTC) that occurred during COVID. They promise to enforce adherence.
Changes to medical orders at end-of-life are essential to supporting the person’s comfort through dying.
Personal Support Workers (PSWs)1 are the caregivers with the most contact time with the person and family – and are informally acknowledged as “the eyes
“It’s not being dead, but the dying that I fear.”
“I must define the course in a way more engaging than engorging, countering my tendency to inundate students with data, and allowing them instead to
I look forward to summer for many months, and yet, it seems to fly by so quickly, and I lose my focus on reflecting and building self-awareness!
Moving a loved one to a long-term care (LTC) facility can be stressful and difficult for all involved. Family may struggle to acknowledge they can
It is always a treat to hear Maureen speak, and this year at the HPCO conference, it was no exception. Here are her words, for you all to enjoy.