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The New Brunswick Hospice Palliative Care Association - L'Association de soins palliatifs du Nouveau-Brunswick

Care for Aboriginal People:

Indigenous Voices: Stories of Serious Illness and Grief (Canadian Virtul Hospice)

Indigenous Voices - Communication Tools

Indigenous Voices - Handout

Indigenous Voices - Fact Sheet

Indigenous Voices - Sample Tea Packet (PNG file)

YouTube Videos (Canadian Virtual Hospice Channel)

  • Carrie Bourassa, Associate Professor, First Nations University:

Aboriginal Traditions Part 3: Why are there 40 people in the room?
Accommodating Cultural Diversity
What is Grieving Like for Aboriginal People?

  • Rosella Kinoshameg, Past President, Aboriginal Nurses Association:

First Nations Teachings: Listening with Eyes, Ears and Heart
Gaps in Palliative Care Capacity in First Nations Communities

Elders Help Guide End-of-Life Progam Development (Canadian Virtual Hospice)
A new article by Carrie Bourassa, Ph.D. describes a program developed, with the help of Saskatchewan elders, for health care workers and aboriginal families on end-of-life needs and services.

Resources for Patients and Families (Canadian Virtual Hospice)
These are among the end-of-life care resources on virtualhospice.ca for aboriginal people:

Resources for Health Care Professionals (Canadian Virtual Hospice)
These are some of the tools to support professional practice that can be found under the Aboriginal category:

 

Les soins aux autochtones :

Vidéos sur YouTube (Canadian Virtual Hospice Channel)

  • Carrie Bourassa, Associate Professor, First Nations University :

Aboriginal Traditions Part 3: Why are there 40 people in the room?
Accommodating Cultural Diversity
What is Grieving Like for Aboriginal People?

  • Rosella Kinoshameg, Past President, Aboriginal Nurses Association :

First Nations Teachings: Listening with Eyes, Ears and Heart
Gaps in Palliative Care Capacity in First Nations Communities

Un programme élaboré en collaboration avec des aînés (Portail canadien en soins palliatifs)
Carrie Bourassa PhD raconte comment des Aînés de la Saskatchewan ont participé à l’élaboration d’un programme pour les travailleurs de la santé et les familles autochtones axé sur les besoins et les services de fin de vie.

Ressources pour les patients et leurs proches
(Portail canadien en soins palliatifs)
Voici quelques-unes des ressources du portailpalliatif.ca sur les soins de fin de vie pour les Autochtones et leurs familles :

Ressources pour les professionnels (Portail canadien en soins palliatifs)
Voici quelques outils pour les professionnels que vous retrouverez dans la catégorie Autochtones :