Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association > Conference > Registration Registration Registration Opening Soon. Please check back often for updates. Required Fields show an asterisk (*) Please select which stream you wish to participate in:*No Stream SelectionStream 1: Communication in Serious Illness: An innovative approach to clinical care and quality improvementStream 2: Psychosocial LearningStream 3: ACP in Canada: New Tools in Community CareStream 4: Compassionate Leadership and Compassionate Communities – where do we go from here?1/2 Day Stream (Applies to Stream 1 and 3 Friday AM session only): Serious Illness Conversation Clinician WorkshopExhibitor Only Registration for Stream 1 is Now Closed Stream 1 registration is by pre-application only. Applicants accepted into Stream 1 will be permitted to register, otherwise, all other registrants will be reassigned to another stream. Applications for Stream 1 are now closed. All successful applicants for Stream 1 have been notified. To check on the status of your application, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org If you have not been accepted to attend Stream 1: Communication in Serious Illness: An innovative approach to clinical care and quality improvement, please fill out the application form and you will be notified of your acceptance into the Stream. THIS SESSION IS NOW FULL AND IS NO LONGER ACCEPTING ANY FURTHER REGISTRATIONS. On Friday, November 13, 2020, Stream 1 and 3 will be participating in the following session. This session is open for all to attend, however, priority will be given to full Stream 1 and 3 registrants: Serious Illness Conversation Clinician Workshop For more details about this session, please view the Learning Institute program. Click here to be directed to the Learning Institute Program Notice to all Stream 3 Registrants: Please note that for all registrations made after 1:00 pm (Eastern) on November 3, 2020, the participant will be attending the following session on Friday, November 13th: Adapting the Serious Illness Conversation Guide for Patients from Diverse Communities: Practical Considerations to Enhance Culturally Sensitive Communication More DetailsSelect to read more details about the session, “Adapting the Serious Illness Conversation Guide for Patients from Diverse Communities: Practical Considerations to Enhance Culturally Sensitive Communication”Friday, November 13, 2020 – Session 3 – Option 2 – 10:00 a.m. Adapting the Serious Illness Conversation Guide for Patients from Diverse Communities: Practical Considerations to Enhance Culturally Sensitive Communication The Serious Illness Conversation Guide (SICG), developed by Ariadne Labs, has gained increasing acceptance as a primary palliative care clinical tool to enhance the quality of advance care planning for patients with serious illness. The guide was developed in a population of predominantly white, well-educated, urban patients in the Northeastern U.S. and tested with African Americans with low education and health literacy in the Southern U.S. for acceptability. In this workshop, leaders from the BC Centre for Palliative Care, First Nations Health Authority and Ariadne Labs will engage participants in discussions and activities that help consider the rationale and practical considerations for adapting any number of clinical tools, using experience gained with adaptation of the SICG. Participants will gain exposure to the SICG, including the rationale of its various components; will learn about the specific processes used to engage the BC First Nations communities; will consider and discuss pitfalls and opportunities in adaptation from academic and pragmatic perspectives; and will participate in inter-professional small groups to learn concrete strategies for adaptation of this primary palliative care tool to respectfully support people of diverse backgrounds to express their views, values and experiences. Learning Objectives: – Explore the importance of providing culturally safe health care within the context of Advance Care Planning and Serious Illness Conversations – Participants will gain insight into the rationale and process of adapting clinical tools to enhance cultural appropriateness for use in diverse communities, with a focus on an adaptation for First Nations. – Through interactive exercises and small group discussion, participants will gain first-hand experience with strategies to engage end-user feedback virtually through multiple data collection methods Faculty: 1. Justin J Sanders, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Ariadne Labs, Boston, MA 2. Elizabeth Beddard-Huber, RN, MSN, CHPCN(C), BC Centre for Palliative Care 3. Nicole Wikjord, RN, MN, CHPCN(C), Clinical Nurse Specialist, First Nations Health Authority 4. 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