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We contribute to high-quality hospice palliative care in Eastern Ontario. While we do not provide direct care to patients, we support the healthcare professionals who do. Our education sessions reach thousands of people on topics such as advance care planning, grief, practical caregiver training and self-care.

Building Capacity

Our training programs for clinicians, volunteers, and caregivers support the delivery of palliative care.

Creating Connections

We provide healthcare professionals with the resources they need, and we help improve access to palliative care.

 

Engaging Communities 

Our goal is to make hospice palliative care more accessible and better understood, and to encourage open conversations about living, dying, and grieving.

Dining to Learn

Palliative care education series for long-term care team members in Ottawa.

Education Day

Annual palliative care Education Day for healthcare team members in Eastern Ontario.

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Grief and Bereavement Training

Coming soon.

La Cité Palliative Care Course

Palliative care college courses for long-term care team members in Ottawa.

LEAP 

Learning Essential Approaches to Palliative Care (LEAP) is for healthcare professionals who wish to learn palliative care skills.

Practical Caregiver Training

We provide the materials for healthcare organizations to run their own sessions for caregivers.

Canadian Serious Illness Conversation Training

Interactive training sessions for healthcare clinical staff who want to increase their confidence in leading serious illness conversations.

Thursday Evening Series

Palliative care education series offered to all healthcare team members.

Workshops on Advance Care Planning

Workshops that discuss informed consent, substitute decision making, and having conversations about values, wishes, and beliefs. Offered to healthcare organizations.

Achievements from 2019 - present

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Educations sessions held

Healthcare providers reached through our newsletter

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aims to relieve suffering, improve quality of life and provide support to the person and their family 

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meets the physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs of people with a life-altering illness and those who care for them

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can be provided wherever a person lives: at home, long-term care, hospice, or at a hospital

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Thoughts from our participants

I came to this course to be a healthier caregiver, but I am leaving a happier caregiver. 

-  Practical Caregiver Training participant

Words fail for the presenter and experience. Very valuable guidance. I will continue to breathe in and out, and endeavour to move closer in compassion to the suffering around me. Thank you.

- Mindfulness in End-of-Life Care Participant

A focused and thought-provoking session. Informative, substantial and ended on a positive note with the legacy session…Bravo!

-Education Day Participant

The entire day appeared to be quite successful! I feel like there was the right amount of options, the location was great, the speakers appeared to be carefully selected, the food was fantastic - all around a very well done conference!

- Education Day Participant 

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ADDRESS

Champlain Hospice Palliative Care Program
60 Cambridge Street North
St-Vincent Hospital
Ottawa, Ontario
K1R 7A5