The CHPCA repository of resources includes a list of useful hospice palliative care resources for health care providers, caregivers, volunteers, patients, researchers and policy makers.
Compassion Research Lab: Sinclair Compassion Questionnaire
Register for PACE for Personal Support Workers Program
University of British Colombia: Nav-CARE
Wilfrid Laurier University: Quality Indicators
CSA Carer-Inclusive and Accommodating Organizations Standard
Education and International Commons 2005
Guiding Family Caregivers of People at the End of Life: A Handbook (2016)
Knowledge Translation of the Compassionate Care Benefit
Social Work Competencies on Palliative Education – SCOPE
Strengthening a Palliative Approach in Long-Term Care (SPA-LTC Project)
The Palliative Approach, a blog hosted and edited by the Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association, provides relevant and thought-provoking palliative care content for hospice palliative care professionals, volunteers, and supporters, as well as health care workers, and caregivers across Canada. It features articles in English and French on the latest research, innovative programs and initiatives, professional and personal experiences, and on building stronger support for palliative care in every community.
The Palliative Approach blog is the evolution of AVISO, CHPCA’s member-only magazine that was published semi-annually from 1992 to 2022. To everyone who supported, contributed, read, and shared AVISO over these 30 years, and especially to CHPCA members – thank you for continuously elevating the important work in hospice palliative care in Canada. We hope your voices will carry on with us as we embark on a new journey with The Palliative Approach!
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ehospice is a globally run news and information resource committed to bringing you the latest news, commentary and analysis from the world of hospice, palliative and end of life care.
Aimed at anyone with a professional or personal interest in palliative care, ehospice offers a single point of access to intelligence and good practice from around the world, with the aim of helping to improve patient care globally. It brings together the expertise and experience of the global hospice and palliative care community.
ehospice is a truly collaborative venture, with editions spanning the globe. It is delivered by several national and regional palliative care organisations, which are listed below:
Worldwide Palliative Care Alliance International edition
International Children’s Palliative Care Network International children’s edition
African Palliative Care Association Africa edition
Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association Canada English edition
Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association Canada French edition
National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization USA edition
The Irish Hospice Foundation Ireland edition
Kenya Hospices and Palliative Care Association Kenya edition
Hospice Palliative Care Association of South Africa South Africa edition
Help the Hospices UK edition
National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization America Latin edition