CONFERENCE HANDOUTS & PRESENTATIONS 2017

Select conference presentation handouts and/or PowerPoint slides have been provided by presenters for delegates to download and print. If you do not see specific materials posted, it is either because the presenter has not provided them, or has chosen not to make their handouts available on this website. The presentation handouts and PowerPoint slides are saved in a password protected, PDF format, and will remain on this site until July 1, 2017. Registered conference participants have been sent an email with the password. PRESENTATIONS 101: The “How To’s” for Building Primary Care Palliative Care Capacity within our Systems of Care; An Experiential Workshop based on 20 Years of “Lessons Learned” – Dr. Denise Marshall, Dr. Jeff Myers 103: Health Care Consent, Advance Care Planning, and Goals of Care: The Challenge to Get it Right (Part 1) – Judith A. Wahl, Tara Walton 104 – Improving End-of-Life Care in First Nations, Inuit and Metis (FNIM) Communities – Beliefs, Myths, Practices and Protocols that Make a Difference in Care – Audrey Logan, Dr. Mark Tomen, Mona Stonefish 105/205 – Learning and Teaching How to Have a Goals of Care Conversation – Dr. Leah Steinberg, Dr. Ciara Whelan 108: Wishes Philosophy – Julie Premo 109: Pathways Grief Support Program: How to Make a Difference When Death is Part of a Family’s Story – Lori Ives-Baine, Norah Shaughnessy 202 – A Day in the Life of the Palliative Pain & Symptom Management Consultant (PPSMC): Partnering to Capacity Build Expertise in the Delivery of High Quality Palliative & End of Life Care – Amy Archer, Tracey Human 207: Medical Aid in Dying: A Practical Training for Physicians, NPS and Allied Health – Dr. Narges Khoshnood, Dr. Joshua Wales, Dr. Sarah Kawaguchi 211: Partnerships and Passion – Building a Sustainable and Successful Hospice Program – Michelle O’Rouke 306: Improving Delirium Management at End of Life: Reflection, Education and Management in Residential Hospice – Rebecca Ellerson, Dr. Deb Harrold 307: iEPECO: Advancing Palliative Care Through Standardized Online Education – Dr. Jiahui Wong, Susan Blacker, Dr. Paul Daeninck 308: Death Cafes: Igniting the Public to Talk about Death, But Not in Bereavement Groups – Linda Hochstetler 311: A Review of Palliative Sedation Therapy (PST) in a Residential Hospice – Lynn Varga, Wendy Beitel, Francis Zavarise 401: Partnering for Change in Palliative Care in Ontario; Update from the Clinical Advisory Council of the Ontario Palliative Care Network – Tara Walton, Dr. Ahmed Jakda, Melody Boyd 407: Health Care Provider Comfort with Quality of Life Feeds for Patients with Dysphagia – Peter Allatt, Phoebe Smith Chen, Joyce Lai 408: Understanding and Overcoming Compassion Fatigue: Moving Towards Compassion Satisfaction – Cher Curshen 503: The Palliative Care Future: Defining Quality and Our Role in it – Dr. Ahmed Jakda, Candace Tse, Lisa Ye 505: Medication Deprescription and Increasing Comfort Medication Use in Patients with Advanced Medical Illness – Rachel Whitty, Sandra Porter, Kiran Battu, Dr. James Downar 509: “The Sick Mannes Slave”: Contemplative Traditions and End of Life Care – Dr. Mary Wallis 510: How to Conduct an Antineoplastic Drug Risk Assessment in the Workplace – Carolyn Cuthbertson HANDOUTS 103: Health Care Consent, Advance Care Planning, and Goals of Care: The Challenger to Get it Right (Part 1) – Judith A. Wahl, Tara Walton 203 – Health Care Consent, Advance Care Planning, and Goals of Care: The Challenger to Get it Right (Part 2) – The Health Care Consent Advance Care Planning Community of Practice Leadership Team, Hospice Palliative Care Ontario 503: The Palliative Care Future: Defining Quality and Our Role in it – Dr. Ahmed Jakda, Candace Tse, Lisa Ye 503: The Palliative Care Future: Defining Quality and Our Role in it – Page 2 – Dr. Ahmed Jakda, Candace Tse, Lisa Ye 508: H.U.G.S. Helping Children Grief Sessions Training & Workshop – Christine Dernederlanden