Paula Ballak, a primary care nurse with the Wellesley Township Community Health Centre, shares the work that her team has done to make Advance Care Planning conversations a normal part of what they do.
For many of us the Intensive Care Unit, better known as the ICU, is a place we are not familiar with. Lynn Weimer, a retired ICU nurse of 36 years, shares her experiences from within the doors of [...]
The electronic medical record or better known as the EMR has a significant role in healthcare settings and our latest work with primary care providers really pushed us to explore this interface. [...]
The reasons we start talking may be different – for family, to ease the burden on loved ones, for ourselves. At the end of day the important thing is that we all start talking. Listen to [...]
Rev. Jessica Rodela speaks about how her Unitarian Universalist Congregation has had conversations about end-of-life wishes, values and beliefs and shares the impact these Time to Talk [...]
Michael Clifton, from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, shares how their faith community engages in conversations about end-of-life wishes, values and beliefs.
Fran Pappert-Shannon speaks on behalf of Kitchener Waterloo’s Coalition of Muslim Women about hosting two events focused on Advance Care Planning conversations.