Tools for Practice

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

Grief and bereavement
African American Grief
By capturing stories and observing practices, the authors reveal how racism affects quality of life, the manner and rate... read more...
Ambiguous Loss and Grief: A Resource for Health Care Providers
This document is intended to help health-care providers gain a better understanding of how loss and grief affect people with... read more...
And the Passenger Was Death: The Drama and Trauma of Losing a Child
On June 19, 1999, at 3: 00 a. m., Dr. Douglas Daher received a phone call informing him that his twenty-two-year-old son, Andrew,... read more...
Bereavement - The Royal College of Psychiatrists
This web site will give you information about some of the ways in which people grieve after loss, about the ways in which... read more...
Bereavement Ontario Network
Bereavement Ontario Network is a diverse group of organizations and individuals throughout the province that work in the... read more...
Bereavement Risk Assessment Tool (BRAT)
The Bereavement Risk Assessment Tool, or BRAT, is a psychosocial assessment tool used by care team members to communicate... read more...
Bereavement Volunteer Handbook
This handbook was developed by the staff and volunteers working with Palliative Manitoba to guide volunteers working in bereavement... read more...
Butterfly Indicator Module
A method for quick and effective communication regarding the death of a resident. Utilizing the butterfly indicator is an... read more...
Camp Erin: Bereavement Program for Youth
Camp Erin is a bereavement program for youth grieving the death of a significant person in their lives. Children and teens... read more...
Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology: Clinical guidelines
Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology (CAPO) has developed several clinical practice guidelines and standards of... read more...