End of Life: Essential Communications with Serena Lewis

We are pleased to announce we will be offering another Hospice Workplace Education program with Serena Lewis in Spring of 2018.

Please Note: If you have previously taken this course, please share with your friends and colleagues!

A partnership with the Department of Labour and Advanced Education, this 6 week program – End of Life: Essential Communications – is FREE of charge for working Nova Scotians.

When? Dates: Thursday April 26th, May 3rd, May 17th, May 24th, May 31st, and June 8th.
What time? 8:30am – 3:30pm.
Where? Truro, NS. Location TBD.

This program is limited to 12 participants, so please register early!

CLICK HERE to download PDF with further program information.

Those interested in participating can email cjohnson@cehhopsice.org for an application – or – phone 902-893-3265.

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A great discussion on Historical & Cultural Perspectives on Death, Dying, and Grief. A huge thank you to our panelists Dr. Lynn Jones, Cynthia Martin, Samantha Molen, Ashley Sutherland, and our moderator Craig Johnson. #mycompassionatecanada @Col_Historeum @CanadianHPCAssn

Stop by the @Col_Historeum tonight at 7pm for "Historical Perspectives on Death, Dying, and Grief". A panel discussion in collaboration with @hospice_ceh This is a free event, all welcome!

.@trurodaily: Colchester-East Hants Hospice holding events for Hospice Palliative Care Week https://t.co/clwzUBIWay #trurons #novascotia #mycompassionatecanada @CanadianHPCAssn

So excited to see your great work supporting #CompassionateCommunities already. Great example #CCforCdns https://t.co/Wg81lTB6ma

Caregiver Awareness Month is officially underway! Join the conversation throughout May using #CGAware2018 to help us raise awareness of all that #novascotia #caregivers do for their families and communities.

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