The Living My Culture project highlights stories about the intersection of culture and advanced illness, end-of-life and grief. Read more here.
The Neil and Susan Manning Cognitive Health Initiative (CHI) and RJH Senior’s Outpatient Clinic have introduced a new evidence-based course into their programming. The course, titled 'Learning the Ropes (LTR)' is a 6 - week course focused on optimizing cognitive health for older adults living with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and their partners in care. See more here.
The Island Health Medical Staff Bulletin from May 11, 2023 can be found here.
The Divisions Dispatch from The Divisions of Family Practice from May 16, 2023 can be found here.
The South Island Division of Family Practice’s E-Bulletin from May 04, 2023 is available here.
Find information about the BC Centre for Palliative Care, and the supports and resources they provide, here.
The AHA Centre for Health Innovation has resources and webinars available on how to make healthcare more ‘age friendly’ here.
The Pain Foundations for Primary Care Providers Course is a free, online, and self-paced (12-15 hrs) pain science and chronic pain management course for doctors and other health professionals offered by Pain BC. Find more details and course registration info here.
A 2 hour, three-module, eLearning course on Culturally Safe Advance Care Planning is available here.
Find the link for each region’s After-Hours Call Group poster and the most recent after-hours SBAR on our website here.
The team at I-CAARE has been developing culturally safe practice tools in partnership with Northeast Behavioural Supports Ontario. Find them here.