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    • LivingMyCulture.ca

      LivingMyCulture.ca – Conversations about care, cultural and spirituality at end of life

      Quality palliative care helps people honour their culture, traditions and spirituality. In collaboration with pan-Canadian partners, Virtual Hospice has developed LivingMyCulture.ca which shares the stories and wisdom of members of eleven cultural communities about serious illness, end of life and grief to address a gap in service and support. The video series helps improve quality of life and supports quality care at end of life that is culturally safe and inclusive. The cultures highlighted are: Chinese, Ethiopian, Filipino, Indian, Iranian, Italian, Pakistani, Somali, First Nation, Inuit and Métis.

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    • MyGrief.ca

      MyGrief.ca – Understanding grief and loss

      MyGrief.ca is a free online resource to help people work through their grief from the comfort of their own home, at their own pace. It was developed by family members who’ve “been there,” and grief experts to complement existing community resources and help address the lack of grief services particularly in rural and remote areas. It is also an education tool for health providers.

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    • Cancer Chat

      Cancer Chat

      Cancer Chat is now enrolling participants for upcoming groups in May and June. Visit Cancer Chat Canada at the de Souza Institute for more details.

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    • Methadone4Pain.ca

      Methadone4Pain.ca

      Methadone4Pain.ca is a course for physicians wishing to improve their knowledge and develop core competencies in methadone prescribing for pain management in palliative care for advanced cancer patients. Approved for 1 hour MainPro-M1 credits and as a Royal College Accredited Group Learning Activity (Section 1).

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      INDIGENOUS VOICES: STORIES OF SERIOUS ILLNESS AND GRIEF

      Virtual Hospice has launched Indigenous Voices: Stories of Serious Illness and Grief to support quality care at end of life that is culturally safe and inclusive. In this video and print series, First Nations, Inuit and Métis from across Canada share stories about traditions, rituals and spirituality, experiences of care and after death ceremonies and grieving.

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      Special Current Oncology supplement

      The Canadian Partnership Against Cancer is proud to collaborate with Current Oncology to present a special supplement on Canada-specific cancer costing and economic evaluation research. This supplement fills a gap in locally relevant evidence to inform policy-making for cancer control sustainability, quality and value.

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      Improving cancer control in First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities in Canada

      A recent publication looks at the current complexities of cancer control for Indigenous peoples living in Canada and the commitment of partners across the country to work together to address key cancer care issues with and for First Nations, Inuit and Métis.

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      The Canadian Clinical Research Participation Survey

      Researchers in Canada are trying to learn more about people’s experiences involving clinical trials.

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      Training health professionals in pediatric settings

      This publication looks at evaluating the impact of a nationwide train-the-trainer educational initiative to enhance the quality of palliative care for children with cancer.

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