VIRTUAL LEARNING SERIES

Building Capacity…Improving Performance

VIRTUAL LEARNING SERIES

Building Capacity…Improving Performance

Stay informed about new innovations and leading practices in home and community care.

The CHCA Virtual Learning Series is designed to appeal to a broad audience including policy planners, program designers and administrators, frontline healthcare professional and clinical educators. Whether it’s practical implementation knowledge, new clinical models and approaches, policy direction or leading edge products and technology, the CHCA Virtual Learning Series has something to interest everyone.

Join colleagues from across the county and hear from subject matter experts on priorities that are impacting home and community care. The 2019-20 priority themes include:

Leading practices in home-based palliative care

Unleashing the power of the InterRAI assessment system

Adopting innovations in home and community care

Don’t miss the opportunity to attend a webinar in our Virtual Learning Series. Save the dates in your diary now and check back for new updates and topics in our 2019/20 Virtual Learning Series calendar.

WEBINAR VIDEOS

Caregivers’ Experiences of Palliative Care in Canada

Involving caregivers in home-based palliative care is essential. Engaging their expertise and knowledge in advance care planning, early assessment and service delivery, managing equipment and medications, and ensuring effective communication, is vital.

Inter-professional communication and decision-making

Home care organizations were invited to submit an expression of commitment to participate in the 7 month SPRINT Implementation Collaborative to implement Whole Community Palliative Rounds – a leading practice in communication in home-based palliative care.

Rural Palliative Care In-Home Funding Program–Calgary

Alberta Health Services has developed and evolved an evidence-informed augmented service model for home-based, rural patients nearing end of life. Several innovations enabled the program to meet its key principles.

WEBINARS CALENDAR

Palliative Care Series: Building Operational Excellence In Home-Based Palliative Care

Episode 1
CAREGIVERS EXPERIENCES OF PALLIATIVE CARE IN CANADA
A leading practice in engaging caregivers and supporting their unique needs.
New caregiver toolkit from the National Initiative for the Care of the Elderly “When Someone Close to You is Dying”  April 2, 2019

WATCH THE WEBINAR

PRESENTATION PDF

Episode 2
INTER-PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION AND DECISION-MAKING
A leading practice in effective communication.
How Whole Community Palliative Rounds is enabling rapid clinical problem-solving for symptom burden in high-risk individuals by facilitating purposeful and timely communication, shared decision-making and collaborative care planning among members of an inter-professional care team. May 14, 2019

WATCH THE WEBINAR 

PRESENTATION PDF

Episode 3
RURAL PALLIATIVE CARE IN-HOME FUNDING PROGRAM
A leading practice for assessment and care delivery. Components and principles of an innovative rural funding model to augment in-home palliative care services.  June 4, 2019

WATCH THE WEBINAR

PRESENTATION PDF

Episode 4
THE INSPIRED COPD OUTREACH PROGRAM™
A leading practice in including advance care plans into care delivery.
Enhancing the INSPIRED COPD Outreach Program through a trained advance care planning facilitator to provide in-home psychosocial/spiritual support, assisting patients/families in completing personal directives.
July 9, 12:00—13:00 ET

Episode 5
VIRTUAL PALLIATIVE CARE: RIGHT PATIENT, RIGHT TIME, RIGHT PLACE, RIGHT CARE .
A leading practice for assessment and care planning. The RELIEF (Remote self-reporting of symptoms by patients) application allows for patients with palliative care needs to self-report their symptoms daily, in their homes, using electronic standardized assessment tools.
Sept 24,
12:00—13:00 ET


Episode 6
INTEGRATING A PALLIATIVE APPROACH TO CARE BY HAVING CONVERSATIONS EARLY
A leading practice in including advance care plans into care delivery.
A strategy and tools to support clinicians to identify who can benefit from a palliative approach to care, have goals of care conversations and document them.
October 29, 12:00—13:00 ET

InterRAI Series: From Principle to Practice: Unleashing the Power of InterRAI

Part 1
PERSON- AND FAMILY-CENTRED CARE
A decision support tool to ensure that patients and their carers are at the centre of the planning and delivery of care

  • InterRAI-HC assessment tool to determine the needs and strengths of patients and caregivers.
  • InterRAI-HC data used to support shared decision-making involving frontline providers, patients and caregivers

June 18, 12:00—13:00 ET

Part 2
ACCOUNTABLE AND SUSTAINABLE CARE
A decision support tool to support the effective management of patient needs and planning process to meet those needs.

  • InterRAIHC tool to support equitable and consistent access to appropriate care in the home and community setting.
  • InterRAI-HC clinical data mined to identify the needs, strengths and preferences of patients and communities.

Sep 10, 12:00—13:00 ET

Part 3
INTEGRATED CARE
A decision support tool to facilitate integrated care across providers and settings.

  • How interRAI-HC supports the application of diverse clinical expertise and facilitates transitions between care settings.
  • InterRAI as a catalyst for system re-design and enhanced collaborative team-based care.

Oct 22 (TBC), 12:00-13:00 ET

SUBJECT-SPECIFIC WEBINARS – Schedule to be announced – watch this space!

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