The Collaborative Project to Sustain a Palliative Approach to Care in Long-Term Care is a collaborative project that pools key regional and provincial stakeholder resources and expertise to integrate and/or strengthen palliative care in LTC homes across Ontario.
The Collaborative Project was designed to be flexible considering the pandemic
- The project will run from December 2023 to March 30, 2024.
- The aim is to support your team with strengthening your palliative approach by leveraging existing regional and provincial stakeholders’ resources and expertise.
- We look forward to working with the team at your home reach their Palliative Care goals.
Based on your selection, your team members and/or family representatives will receive coaching, training, and education from subject matter experts (OPCN, CHPCP, RPCN, PCCN, Bruyère Research Institute, and others). You will learn about evidence-based and practical tools and will be able to apply them to your practice immediately. The project will give your team access to a resource catalogue with provincially and locally available resources.
The Project Aim:
The Collaborative Project is committed to supporting Long Term Care homes as they strive to improve and align their palliative care initiatives with the new Long-Term Care Act
Timeline for Cultural Change in your LTC Home:
Your team will identify how they would like to improve the palliative care within their practice through a comprehensive self-assessment and then select up to three areas of improvement.
Collaborative Project Impact at a Glance:
General Project Highlights From Cohort 2 (2022-2023)
Number of Participants in the Collaborative Project from Cohort 2 (2022-2023)
This work is supported in part with funding from the Government of Ontario through the Ontario Centres for Learning, Research and Innovation in Long-Term Care (CLRI) hosted at Bruyère. The views expressed herein do not necessarily reflect the views of the Province.
Questions? Contact Andrea Katz, Project Coordinator, at email@example.com