We invite you to join us for this ZOOM CHEP session on Straight Talk about End-of-Life Options
Here is a TO DO list, if you do not already have Zoom installed on your computer, please sign up for a FREE account at https://zoom.us/freesignup.You can even do this on your phone or your tablet.
You must register for this videoconference before February 16th by sending Margaret Winn email@example.com an email and she will send you the link to join. On the day of the videoconference, you simply click on the link and we’ll see you there!
COMMUNITY HEALTH EDUCATION PROGRAM (CHEP)
Health Video Conference via ZOOM
Wednesday, February 17, 2021 – 10:00 to 11:30 AM (EST)
Straight Talk about End-of-Life Options
Jennifer Hobbs-Robert, M.Sc.A, BCN, CNEd, Senior Advisor – JHCP
Talking about ‘end of life’ is never easy, yet it can be helpful and reassuring for you and your loved ones. This session will explore what is meant by the terms associated with palliative care and end-of-life options. Join us to learn how you can ensure that treatment is consistent with your final requests or those of your loved one.
LEARN AND ASK QUESTIONS ABOUT
- Disclosing information and advance care planning
- Do Not Resuscitate (DNR)
- Ethical Issues in nutrition and hydration
- Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID)
ABOUT OUR PRESENTER
Jennifer Hobbs-Robert, M.Sc.A, BCN, CNEd, Senior Advisor for Community Health Promotion Programs for Jeffrey Hale Community Partners (JHCP)-CUISSS in Quebec City, has extensive nursing experience in Geriatrics, Community Health, and Emergency Care. Jennifer published a series of Seniors Health Promotion Modules (2009-2019) distributed through the CHSSN to the English-speaking community of Quebec. Jennifer is a Surveyor for Accreditation Canada and is also on the Provincial Access Committee for Health and Social Services.
- Request your Advanced Medical Directives form: RAMQ
- Educaloi website – Loss of Autonomy
- Quebec Self-Care Guide Covid-19
Upcoming CHEP Video Conferences
Check with your community coordinator for upcoming sessions in Spring 2021.
This CHSSN initiative is funded through Health Canada’s
Official Languages Health Contribution Program 2018-202