Tools for Practice

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

Education
Clinical Communication in Hospice Palliative Care
This education resource developed by the Pallium project includes companion teaching points designed to promote critically... read more...
Common Core Competences and Principles for Health and Social Care Workers Working with Adults at the End of Life
Skills for Care and Skills for Health working in partnership with the Department of Health and the NHS (UK) End of Life Care... read more...
Communication at End-of-Life Utilizing Simulation Technology
Personal Support Workers identified the need to improve their skill and comfort communicating with residents and families... read more...
Communication with Patients and Families
A powerpoint presentation for health care professionals about communication in palliative care. read more...
Competency-Based Education Approaches in Palliative and End-of-Life Care in Cancer: Environmental Scan
This purpose of this report is to provide an environmental scan on competency-based education approaches (undergraduate,... read more...
Complementary Spiritual Practices in Professional Chaplaincy
This is a resource developed by the Commission on Quality in Pastoral Services provides an overview of complementary pastoral... read more...
Completing the Circle
This website created by First Nations University, Saskatchewan, provides information and resources on culturally sensitive... read more...
Completing the Circle Presentation
Powerpoint by Dr Carrie Bourassa, Professor, First Nations University, is intended to accompany the video 'Completing the... read more...
Completing the Circle: Diverse Voices of Protocol and Health
In this video Aboriginal Elders and community members describe the diversity of protocol that First Nations follow when a... read more...
Completing the Circle: Towards an Understanding of Multiple Losses in Aboriginal Communities
This video is meant for academics and other audiences who wish to understand the issue of "complex loss" among Aboriginal... read more...