THE PALLIATIVE CARE ECHO PROJECT
A 5-year national initiative to cultivate communities of practice and establish continuous professional development among providers across Canada who care for patients with life-limiting illness.
PALLIATIVE CARE RESOURCES
In collaboration with partners and subject matter experts from across Canada, Pallium has created a collection of helpful online resources to support health care professionals in providing a palliative care approach.
LEAP PERSONAL SUPPORT WORKER
LEAP Personal Support Worker is an online, self-learning course and Pallium’s first profession-specific course targeted to personal support workers and health care aides/assistants.
Welcome to Pallium Canada
Who We Help
Palliative care is everyone's business.
Improving palliative care in Canada is everyone’s business, not just the responsibility of a small number of palliative care specialist physicians and nurses. Every community has the potential to transform our society into a skilled, informed, and compassionate one with respect to palliative care. Whether you are a health care organization, health care professional, community leader, or influencer, you can help make this happen.
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Learn how the Nova Scotia Health Authority used LEAP to bring a coordinated approach to better palliative care services across the province.Read Cheryl's Story
Read how a paramedic was able to manage a patient's symptoms and enable him to die at home with his family.Read Brock and Dr. Adzich's story
Why Does Palliative Care Matter?
Here are 5 good reasons:
Improves the quality of life for patients and families.
Increases alignment between care delivered and patient preferences.
Reduces emergency room visits and hospital stays.
Reduces unnecessary or overly aggressive treatments and procedures.
Lowers costs to the health care system.