Tools for Practice

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

Vulnerable populations
Advancing Palliative Care in Resource Limited Settings
Presentation by Dr Kathleen Foley, September 2014 highlights projects around the world which offer lessons to other resource... read more...
Caring for Seniors With Alzheimer's Disease and Other Forms of Dementia
One of two related studies released in 2010 by Canadian Institute of Health Information. See also "Supporting Informal Caregivers—The... read more...
Chronic Diseases in Canada
Open access to health evidence journals by Public Health Agency of Canada, this edition (31(1)  December 2010 is a co-publication of 'Chronic... 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...
Completing the Circle: Youth and Grieving
This video conveys stories of bereaved youth and traditional responses from Aboriginal elders. We hope this video will help... read more...
Courageous Parents Network
A website which provides parents and families of children living with serious illness with expert guidance and a virtual... read more...
Cross-Cultural Considerations in Promoting Advance Care Planning in Canada
This report was prepared for the Palliative and End-of-Life Care Unit, Chronic and Continuing Care Division, Secretariat... read more...