BCHPCA CONFERENCE|2016 RESOURCES

BCHPCA CONFERENCE|2016 Resources

BCHPCA Conference 2016 Program

Friday, May 27, 2016

It Takes a Compassionate Community: Palliative Care is Everyone’s Business Dr. Kathryn Downer, National Director Pallium Canada It-takes-a-Compassionate-Community.pdf Moments of Life: Made Possible by Hospice Anita Brikman, Senior VP, Office of Strategic Communications, NHPCO Hospice Palliative Care in BC: Today and Tomorrow Dr. Doris Barwich, Executive Director, BC Centre for Palliative Care Hospice-Palliative-Care-in-BC-Today-and-Tomorrow.pdf

Saturday, May 28, 2016

An Update on Medical Assistance in Dying Dr. Heidi Oetter, Registrar, College of Physicians and Surgeons of BC An-Update-on-Medical-Assistance-in-Dying.pdf

Breakout Session 1

1A: More, Better and Earlier, Advance Care Planning Across BC Sue Grant, Communications Consultant, BC-ACP initiative, BC-CPC Laura Spencer, ACP Lead, BC-CPC More-Better-earlier-ACP-Across-BC.pdf 1B: Building a Compassionate Community for Bereaved Families Through Music, Art and Play: The Camp Kerry Story Dr. Heather Mohan, Executive Director, Camp Kerry Society, and guests Builidng-a-Compassionate-Community-Camp-Kerry.pdf 1C: Executive Director and Leadership Development Erin O’Byrne, Knowledge Philanthropist, The Vantage Point Executive-Director-and-leadership-Development.pdf

Breakout Session 2

2A: Advance Care Planning in the Comox Valley Barb Colwell, Joyce Kuhn, Barb Warren, Volunteers, Comox Valley Hospice Society ACP-in-the-Comox-Valley-Our-Story.pdf 2B: L3 – Let’s Live a Little: Development of a Young Adult Community Dr. Karen Cook, and guests not available 2C: The Power of Story: Making Hospice Connections Through Life Stories David Kennedy, Counselor, Hospice Peterborough The-Power-of-Story.pdf

Breakout Session 3

3A: Mission Impossible? Advance Care Planning is normalized, understood and desired. Dr. Joelle Bradley, Hospitalist, Royal Columbian Hospital Leslie Rodgers, Shared Care Lead, Fraser-Northwest, Division of Family Practice not available 3B: NCARE: An Upstream Partnership between Volunteers and Older Adults Living with Advanced Chronic Illness Dr. Barb Pesut, Faculty Member, School of Nursing, UBC-Okanagan not available 3C: Registering and Maintaining Charitable Status Bryan Millman, Associate, Charities and Tax Exempt Organizations, Bull Housser & Tupper, LLP Registering-and-Maintaining-Charitable-Status.pdf

Breakout Session 4

4A: Supporting Family Caregivers Using an Innovative Decision Guide Dr. Carole Robinson, Professor, School of Nursing, UBC-Okanagan Family-Caregiver-Decision-Guide.pdf 4B: The Nancy Chan Palliative Care Ambulatory Clinic Tammy Dyson, Social Worker, Home Hospice Team Vancouver BC Mavis Friesen, Project Manager, Strategy Deployment Team at VCH Sharon Salomons, Spiritual Care Practitioner, Home Hospice Dr. Tim Sakaluk, Medical Director, Home Hospice, VCH Ingrid See, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Home Hospice Team Vancouver Innovations-in-care-The-Nancy-Chan-Clinic.pdf 4C: Seed Grants Dr. Eman Hassan, Co-Lead, Compassionate Communities Initiative and Seed Grant Programs, BC-CPC Terry Webber, Community Liaison, Seed Grant Program and Co-Lead Compassionate Communities Initiative, BC-CPC Seed-Grants-Partnerships-for-Life.pdf

Breakout Session 5

5A: Goals of Care and Shared Decision Making: What does your Health Care Provider need to know? Dr. Doris Barwich, Executive Director, BC-CPC Judy Nichol, Regional Practice Leader, Interior Health, Professional Practice Office 5B: Dying with Your Boots On Dr. Susan Burgess, Palliative Care Physician, DTES Dying-with-your-boots-on.pdf 5C: Introduction to Logic Models Terry Webber, Community Liason, Seed Grant Program and Co-Lead Compassionate Communities Initiave, BC-CPC Introduction-to-the-Logic-Model.pdf

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