March 9, 2016 - In This Issue:
Pallium Palliative Pocketbook Now Available!
BONUS: Includes 1 FREE year access to the
Are you a healthcare professional working in palliative and end-of-life care?

Improve your bedside care with the 2nd Edition of the Pallium Palliative Pocketbook
The Pallium Palliative Pocketbook is a practical, peer-reviewed, fully-referenced one-stop resource that is intended to support safe, ethical, effective and accountable palliative clinical service. Its compact size and easily accessible information makes it ideal for non-specialist physicians, nurses, pharmacists, social workers and medical students.

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Compassiona te Communities

Dying to Know: Situating Death Education in Schools 

Pallium Canada is back hosting #hpm Chat for the 2nd time! Last time we discussed the international Compassionate Communities (CC)... READ MORE »...»



A community model of supporting the bereaved "Grief is like the ocean; it comes on waves ebbing and flowing. Sometimes the water is calm, and sometimes... READ MORE »...»



Pallium Canada has launched a new focus on the development of Compassionate Communities (CC) throughout Canada. This initiative was kick-started... READ MORE »...»

LEAP Long-Term Care (LTC): Piloting Complete & Updated!
Pallium Canada has completed the piloting phase of LEAP LTC. LEAP LTC courseware is now ready for general use and dissemination!

LEAP LTC includes breakaway modules designed specifically for champion Personal Support Workers (PSWs) and Health Care Aids (HCAs) identified by their LTC teams. PSWs and HCAs have an important role in supporting organizational change through leadership development, which is incorporated into course design with training relevant to their competencies.

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National LEAP Advisory Committee
Linda Read Paul
Linda Read Paul

"Through its dedicated resources, innovative approaches, dynamic leadership, and expert engagement, Pallium Canada is well-positioned to succeed in its mission to enhance the competence and confidence of all providers of palliative care in all care settings across Canada. I am excited to be a part of this passionate, visionary team."

Methadone for Pain in 
Palliative Care
The Methadone for Pain in Palliative Care Course is for physicians wishing to improve their knowledge and develop core competencies in methadone prescribing for pain management in palliative care. 
Mainpro-M1 credit and Royal College CME credit (Section 1