Webinar: Encouraging Conversations About Advance Care Planning

Welcome to the third presentation in the 2019 Brain Tumour Webinar Series.

The 2019 Brain Tumour Webinar Series will feature various webinars throughout the year, which will include topics around research, treatment, advance care planning, young adults living with a brain tumour, personal stories from brain tumour survivors and caregivers, and more. These webinars will replace the English Brain Tumour National Conference.
 

Please note:
 

  • All presentations will run from 2:00pm EST – 2:45pm EST
  • All presentations will be free
  • Presentations may be added periodically. Check this page for updates.
  • You must register for each webinar separately
  • All presentations will be recorded and uploaded to Online Learning.
     

Wednesday, April 10, 2019


Presenter: 
Dr. Chad Hammond, Program Manager, SPEAK UP Canada | Advance Care Planning
Presentation Title: Encouraging Conversations About Advance Care Planning
 
Presentation Description: Since 2011, The Advance Care Planning in Canada "Speak Up" initiative has promoted the importance of having conversations about future health care among Canadians. The initiative runs a national campaign around National Advance Care Planning Day (April 16). A library of resources to support conversations among health professionals, patients, and caregivers are available on the SPEAK UP Canada | Advance Care Planning website. 
 
Learning Objectives:

  • Review the five (5) steps of advance care planning
  • Identify key resources to support care planning conversations
  • Know how to participate in National Advance Care Planning Day on April 16, 2019

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