The Canadian Society of Palliative Care Physicians is proud to announce publication of a paper developed by the CSPCP’s Staffing Model Working Group: Drs. Anne Boyle, David Henderson, Aleco Alexiadis, Doris Barwich, Stephanie Connidis, Leonie Herx, Dave Lysecki, and Aynharan Sinnarajah, with project support from Ms. Louise Hanvey. We hope the staffing model will be useful for palliative care programs across Canada.
The Journal of Palliative Medicine issued a press release that summarizes it beautifully.
You can link to the article for free until August 31st, 2019.
There is also a detailed full paper on the CSPCP web site: CSPCP Palliative Care Staffing Model Full Paper Aug 2019
The 2020 Advanced Learning in Palliative Medicine Conference will be held in Hamilton, Ontario.
Pre-conference workshop(s): Wednesday, May 27, 2020
Regular conference program: Thursday, May 28 through Saturday, May 30, 2020
The Conference Committee is working on the program, using input from conference evaluations and guidance and from Hamilton representatives. The Committee will announce the keynote speakers and invited workshop presenters in the fall.
There will be many opportunities for CSPCP members to contribute to the program including:
- A call to CSPCP members to submit proposals for interactive workshops
- A call for abstracts for poster presentations. Authors of top-scoring abstracts will be invited to give short oral presentations
- A call to Residents for presentations and/or posters regarding their scholarly projects
The timing and deadlines for the calls will be announced in the fall.
Now you can learn anytime, anywhere, and claim self-study CME credits! Sign up for interactive online study courses from the CSPCP. Members get a discount 😊.
The courses are intended for physicians studying for the subspecialty exam and for anyone looking for CME self-study opportunities.
Topics: Heart Failure, COPD, Complex Symptoms (13 Topics) and Pediatric Palliative Care (10 Topics).
Sample screen shots: https://tinyurl.com/cspcp-pepc