LEAP Oncology

Session Details

  • Time:
    8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
  • Date(s):
    June 20, 2019
  • Fee:
    $115 for physicians
    $115 for non-physicians
  • Location:
    1215 Lethbridge St,
    Prince George, British Columbia
    V2M 7E9
  • Facilitators:

    Seth Gysbers

    Inban Reddy

    Jennifer Ferguson

    Annie Leong

    Jenna Hemmerich


Course Modules

Taking Ownership | Transitions, Decision-Making, and Advance Care Planning | Essential Conversations | Nausea, Nutrition, and Hydration | Pain | Psychosocial and Spiritual Distress | Dyspnea and Delirium | Last Days and Hours | Quality Improvement

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One-day, award-winning palliative care course for health care professionals working in cancer care settings.

LEAP Oncology is an interprofessional course that provides health care professionals with the essential skills and competencies of the palliative care approach, with course modules and case studies contextualized to the cancer care setting. LEAP Oncology is taught by local subject matter experts who are experienced palliative care clinicians and educators.

 

Who is it for?

LEAP Oncology is ideal for any health care professional (e.g. physician, nurse, pharmacist, social worker, etc.) working in cancer care but whose primary focus is not palliative care.

 

Course Features

  • One day, 8 hours in total
  • Face-to-face learning with group discussion and case studies
  • Interprofessional approach
  • Built by Canadian palliative care experts
  • Course materials include a downloadable manual and the best-selling resource, the Pallium Palliative Pocketbook

 

Accreditation

LEAP Oncology is an Accredited Group Learning Activity as defined by the Maintenance of Certification program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada for 8 hours.

 

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of LEAP Oncology, learners should be able to:

  • Identify patients who could benefit from a palliative care approach earlier in the illness trajectory
  • Promote and undertake Advance Care Planning discussions
  • Assess and manage pain; delirium; dyspnea; and nausea, nutrition, and hydration
  • Develop plans to address spiritual, religious, or psychosocial needs
  • Initiate essential discussions related to palliative and end-of-life care in daily work
  • Prepare patients and families for last days and hours
  • Identify quality improvement opportunities related to palliative care

 

Course Modules

  • Taking Ownership
  • Transitions, Decision-Making, and Advance Care Planning
  • Essential Conversations
  • Nausea, Nutrition, and Hydration
  • Pain
  • Psychosocial and Spiritual Distress
  • Dyspnea and Delirium
  • Last Days and Hours
  • Quality Improvement