Tools for Practice

Our clinical team has identified protocols, advanced practices, and assessment and evaluation tools to help support your practice.

Dying at home
One Chance to Get it Right
The Liverpool Care Pathway developed in the 1990’s was a generic model intended to replicate palliative care across settings. read more...
Palliative Care In The Home
This practical reference book by noted palliative care specialists gives clear guidelines on how to provide high-quality... read more...
Preparing for an Expected Death at Home
This is a short and informative booklet that assists those who are aniticipating caring for someone who wants to die at home. read more...
Preparing for Predictable Clinical Challenges
Anticipating and preparing for predictable clinical challenges in the medical care of the terminally ill person wishing to... read more...
Procedure for Subcutaneous administration
Winnipeg Regional Health Authority (WRHA) procedure for providing an evidenced-based standard approach to establishing a... read more...
Safe disposal of fentanyl patches
This page on the College of Pharmacists of British Columbia website, offers helpful information to patients, family members... read more...
Seniors in need, caregivers in distress: What are the home care priorities for seniors in Canada?
Seniors in need, caregivers in distress: What are the home care priorities for seniors in Canada? The report takes a deeper... read more...
Supporting and Strengthening Families Through Expected and Unexpected Life Events - March 2006
Focusing on the family is an integral component of nursing practice. This guideline was developed to promote and facilitate... read more...
Supporting Informal Caregivers—The Heart of Home Care
The first of two related studies released in 2010 by Canadian Institute for Health Information. "Supporting Informal Caregivers—The... read more...
Teaching end-of-life care in the home
Article available with free access online. read more...