Addressing the need for culturally safer care at the end of life for Indigenous Peoples

Online virtual event Online

This session discusses foundational principles within Indigenous worldviews regarding health and wellness and the cultural aspects of death and dying. It explores the challenges and barriers that limit appropriate healthcare for Indigenous Peoples. Lastly, it identifies ways healthcare providers can become allies to Indigenous Peoples in delivering culturally safer care. Presenter: Holly Prince, MSW, (PhD. […]

Living your best atrial fibrillation life: The importance of self-care

Laurel Packinghouse 1304 Ellis Street, Kelowna, BC

Atrial fibrillation can be a complex and unpredictable chronic illness. Patients living with atrial fibrillation may feel out of control in their treatment journey, however, something in which all patients can actively participate in is self-care. Self-care is an essential aspect of managing atrial fibrillation but it has its challenges. While self-care is associated with […]

Adapting Nav-CARE to support caregivers of people living with dementia: a pilot study

Online virtual event Online

Nav-CARE is a program that utilizes trained volunteer navigators to support older adults living in the community with life limiting illnesses. An adaptation of Nav-CARE was developed through a modified e-Delphi method and pilot study. The adaptation focuses on supporting caregivers of people living with dementia. This webinar will provide a discussion of the adaptation […]

Recurring

BAM Kelowna!

Kelowna, BC

Join us for a conference on Bilingualism and Multilingualism (BAM).

TBA
Recurring

BAM Kelowna!

Kelowna, BC

Join us for a conference on Bilingualism and Multilingualism (BAM).

TBA
Recurring

BAM Kelowna!

Kelowna, BC

Join us for a conference on Bilingualism and Multilingualism (BAM).

TBA