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Parkinson Society Ontario
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Hamilton Health Sciences
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1. Indigenous Voices – Stories of Serious Illness and Grief
First Nations, Inuit & Métis share stories about living w/serious illness & #grief at http://LivingMyCulture.ca #IndigenousVoices #healthtalk
#IndigenousVoices - educational videos re: advanced illness from First Nations, Inuit, & Métis perspectives http://LivingMyCulture.ca #MedEd
#IndigenousVoices- videos & print materials to support #Indigenous living w/serious illness & #grief http://LivingMyCulture.ca #hpm #4Patients
#IndigenousVoices incl. 170+ videos & 8 patient/family handouts on #palliative & end-of-life care topics http://LivingMyCulture.ca #healthtalk
#IndigenousVoices: Stories of serious illness and grief - series developed by #Indigenous for Indigenous http://LivingMyCulture.ca #hpm #4Patients
#IndigenousVoices: Stories of serious illness & grief is a rich educative tool for #hcp. Visit http://LivingMyCulture.ca today. #MedEd #hpm
Understand what culturally inclusive end-of-life care means for #Indigenous patients & families. Visit http://LivingMyCulture.ca #IndigenousVoices
Learn abt First Nation, Inuit & Métis patients #palliative & end-of-life care needs. Watch #IndigenousVoices videos: http://livingMyCulture.ca
Indigenous Voices: Stories of Serious Illness and Grief
In this video and print series, First Nations, Inuit and Métis from across Canada share stories about living with serious illness and grief. The series was developed by a national team that included Indigenous researchers, health care providers, people living with advanced illness and families. Funding was provided by the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer.
The series includes four main videos, 170 short video clips organized by theme and eight patient and family handouts on various palliative care topics.
To see the Indigenous Voices series visit www.LivingMyCulture.ca
People from 11 cultures share stories about living with serious illness, end of life & #grief at http://LivingMyCulture.ca #hpm #healthtalk
http://LivingMyCulture.ca includes 600+ videos of people from various cultures sharing experiences w/serious illness (avail in 11 languages)
http://LivingMyCulture.ca - 600+ short video clips sharing voices from various cultures to improve culturally safe care #hpm #MedEd
http://livingmyculture.ca – educational videos for health providers wishing to improve delivery of culturally safe/inclusive care #MedEd #hcp
http://LivingMyCulture.ca is a rich educative tool for health care providers #MedEd #hcp #physicians #nurses
.@VirtualHospice developed http://livingmyculture.ca to empower/support patients & families facing serious illness, #eol & #grief. #4patients
You and your family have rights related to your care and culture. Visit http://LivingMyCulture.ca today. #4patients #hpm #healthtalk
Canadian Virtual Hospice, in collaboration with pan-Canadian partners developed LivingMyCulture.ca to support quality palliative care that is culturally safe and inclusive. In this video series, members from eleven cultures share their stories and wisdom about living with serious illness, end of life and grief to support others in over 600 video clips. The cultures engaged include: Chinese, Ethiopian, Filipino, Indian, Iranian, Italian, Pakistani, Somali, First Nation, Inuit and Métis.
LivingMyCulture.ca was developed by a national team that includes researchers, educators, health providers, people living with advanced illness and families. Funding was provided by the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer.
To see the video clips (available in eleven languages), go to www.LivingMyCulture.ca
http://MyGrief.ca - Because losing someone is hard… free online resource to help you work through your #grief and #loss
http://MyGrief.ca - this free online tool helps people understand/work through their loss from the comfort of home & at their own pace
http://MyGrief.ca –free online resource for ppl working through #grief & loss or for those who are supporting someone who’s grieving
http://MyGrief.ca – a free resource for health care professionals. #grief #MedEd #hcp
http://MyGrief.ca – confidential & free, access in the privacy of your own home, developed by families & #grief experts
http://MyGrief.ca includes 115 short video clips of ppl sharing experiences re death of a spouse, partner, child, parent, & sibling.
#Grief support is an unmet need for too many Canadians. Visit http://MyGrief.ca today. #digitalhealth
http://MyGrief.ca -hear stories from ppl who've "been there" incl. practical advice, insights & ways through grief to acceptance/peace
Find out how to manage situations that trigger your #grief. Visit http://MyGrief.ca
http://MyGrief.ca was developed by @VirtualHospice in collab w/families & grief experts incl. int'l grief expert Dr. Robert Neimeyer
MyGrief.ca allows people to explore their grief from the comfort of their own home, at any time of day, and at their own pace. It is free for Canadians and confidential. MyGrief.ca is also an educative tool for those working in health care.
Unique in the world, MyGrief.ca was developed by the Canadian Virtual Hospice, in collaboration with a national team of researchers, educators, health care providers, and family members who have “been there”. Funding was provided by the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer.
http://Methadone4Pain.ca - 1hr accredited online course for #physicians on prescribing #Methadone4Pain mgmt in #palliative care. #MedEd #hpm
Why prescribe #methadone? Find out http://Methadone4pain.ca - accredited course on prescribing #Methadone4pain in #palliative care. #hpm
http://Methadone4Pain.ca - free, online course providing core competencies for #methadone prescribing in palliative care. #physicians #nurses
http://Methadone4pain.ca – accredited online course for #physicians, quick to complete, standardize to evidence. #hpm #MedEd
http://Methadone4Pain.ca online course for docs on prescribing #Methadone4Pain in #palliative care, also useful to nurses/pharmacists #MedEd
Earn your @FamPhysCan or @Royal_College CME credit with http://Methadone4Pain.ca – free online course for #physicians. #Methadone #MedEd #hpm