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The Nurse’s Experience/Perspective on MAID

Join our guest host Lynda Meeks, NSMHPCN Education Facilitator, and her guest speaker, Julie Leighton-Phelps, Hospice Palliative Care Nurse Consultant, as they discuss the a nurses experience with, and perspective on, Medical Assistance in Dying.

Upcoming Podcasts

Topic

Month

Managing Death in the Field: Prehospital End of Life Care November
Death Doula: Supporting Those in End of Life December
Leadership in Palliative Care January
Advance Care Planning: Interview with Dr. DiDiodato February
Breaking Bad News or Difficult Conversations March
Importance of Volunteering in Hospice Palliative Care April

Historical Podcasts

June 2022: Healing the Hearts of Bereaved Parents

Join our guest speakers, Louise Brazier, Bereavement Services Coordinator, Hospice Orillia, and Stefanie Collins,  Community Social Worker, Hospice Orillia, as they review the article Healing the Hearts of Bereaved Parents: Impact of Legacy Artwork on Grief in Peadiatric Oncology by Megan R. Schaefer, MS , Scott T. Wagoner, MA , Margaret E. Young, MS , Avi Madan-Swain, PhD , Michael Barnett, MD, MS  and Wendy N. Gray, PhD.

May 2022: Palliative Care and Alzheimer's

Join our guest speakers, Inge de Bruijn, HPC Nurse Consultant, and Erika Rice, Coordinator of Online Learning and Knowledge Translation and Exchange at the Alzheimer Society of Ontario, as they discuss what Palliative Care looks like for those with Alzheimer’s.

April 2022: Factors Which Influence Hospital Doctor's ACP Adherence

Join our guest speaker, Julie Leighton-Phelps, Hospice Palliative Care Nurse Consultant, as she discusses the article on Changing Practices in the Use of Continuous Sedation at the End of Life: A Systematic Review of the Literature by Madelon Ti Heijlljes, MD, GhislaineJ.M.W van Thiel, PhD,Judith lt.C. Rieqjens, PhD et al.

March 2022: The Lived Experience of a NSMHPCN Nurse Consultant in Palliative Care

Join our guest speakers, HPC Nurse Consultants Charlene Hagerman, Kathlene Bartlett, Inge de Bruijn and Sue Martin, as well as our Clinical Nurse Manager Rachel Lapensee, as they discusses the lived experience as a North Simcoe Muskoka Hospice Palliative Care Network Nurse Consultant.

February 2022: Palliative Sedation

Join our guest speaker, Julie Leighton-Phelps, Hospice Palliative Care Nurse Consultant, as she discusses the article on Changing Practices in the Use of Continuous Sedation at the End of Life: A Systematic Review of the Literature by Madelon Ti Heijlljes, MD, GhislaineJ.M.W van Thiel, PhD,Judith lt.C. Rieqjens, PhD et al.

January 2022: Grief and Bereavement

Join our guest speakers, Nicole Johnstone, Mundell Funeral Home, and Susan McCoy, Bereavement Ontario Network, along with Louise Brazier, Bereavement Services Coordinator and Daniela Accomando, Visiting Hospice Coordinator and Social Worker, as we discuss Grief & Bereavement and how the global pandemic has affected how we cope.

 

December 2021: Heart Failure

 Join our guest speakers, Cathy McKeown, Hospice Palliative Care Nurse Consultant, as she discusses the article by Caroline McGuinty, MD et al.

 

November 2021: Reframing Hope, One Wish at a Time with The Living Wish Foundation

Join our guest speaker, Nancy Good-Kennedy, RN, CHPCN, Nurse Consultant, as we discuss the Living Wish Foundation.

 

October 2021: Advance Care Planning for Individuals with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Join our guest speaker, Rachel Lapensee, RN, BScN, CHPCN, as she reviews the article ‘Advance Care Planning for Individuals with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: A Scoping Review of the Literature’ by Elaine Meehan, Phd, BSc et al.

 

September 2021: Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

Join our guest speaker, Rachel Lapensee, RN, BScN, CHPCN, as she reviews the article ‘Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis: A Review of Disease, Pharmacological, and Nonpharmacological Strategies With a Focus on Symptoms, Function, and Health-Related Quality of Life’ by Dr. Dmitry Rozenberg MD, Phd et al.