Registration is open for the CSPCP’s Advanced Learning in Palliative Medicine Virtual Conference. The conference is open to physicians, medical residents and medical students only.
Virtual ALPM 2021 will run for three consecutive half days:
Thursday, February 25 through Saturday, February 27, 2021
From 9–1 PT/10-2 MT/11-3 CT/12–4 ET/1–5 AT /130-530 NL each day
Link to Register: https://www.cspcp.ca/conference/alpm-registration/
Link to Program: https://www.cspcp.ca/conference/2021-program/
Why attend Virtual ALPM?
- Advanced palliative medicine content
- Exclusive to physicians, medical residents, and medical students
- No stress about whether it’s safe to travel and meet
- Less time and cost to attend
- Earn CFPC and Royal College certified CME credits from the comfort of your home or office.
- Ability to view recordings if you miss a session. Recorded sessions will be available for 30 days.
- Supports the CSPCP
Hope to see you virtually in February!
To contribute toward health care professional preparedness during this pandemic, Pallium will be hosting a series of webinars in the upcoming weeks focused on topics that are relevant to our health care teams who are actively leading the response to COVID-19. They have created a new page on pallium.ca where webinars will be listed: www.pallium.ca/pallium-canadas-covid-19-response-resources. Please check regularly for updated webinar listings.
The webinar describes the expected challenges of providing palliative care during the current COVID-19 pandemic. It also suggests an important approach to ensuring that all patients with palliative care needs are cared for at this time of crisis.
The webinar recording and slides are posted below.
Slides: Click here
(March 31, 2020) For the next 3 months, Pallium and CMA have made 6 Learning Essential Approaches to Palliative Care (LEAP) modules available for free to all health care professionals. In doing so, we hope to contribute much needed education resources to the dedicated health care teams across Canada and ensure patients with life-limiting illnesses, and their families, receive the care they need. These modules, currently only available in English, are self-directed and completed at the learner’s own pace.
Pallium and CMA believe it is more important than ever for frontline health care professionals and teams to be equipped with the knowledge, tools, and skills to provide a palliative care approach to patients and their families, as health care teams work tirelessly to keep Canadians safe amid the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
Information on the modules, and how to access them can be found here: www.pallium.ca/course/covid-19-response-free-online-modules
May 30-31, 2020 at the Sheraton Hamilton Hotel (right after ALPM)
ThePan-Canadian Palliative Care Research Collaborative(PCPCRC) is a network of practice-focused research groups producing trusted research to improve people’s experience of palliative and end of life care. Our goal is to conduct and disseminate research that provides key knowledge to the healthcare system to enable better care for individuals as they approach the end of life. We currently have more than 90 members from across Canada, pursuing 16 active programs of research. The meeting will feature presentations and interactive workshop roundtable sessions by investigators leading different programs of research at various stages of development. Presentations and workshops will be interactive and intended to solicit helpful feedback as well as collaborators.
If you would like to attend the meeting, please contact James Downar at email@example.com. Physicians from Quebec or those who prefer to communicate in French may contact Bruno Gagnon at Gagnon.Bruno@crchudequebec.ulaval.ca.