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Our mission is to strive towards achieving comfort and peace for persons across Saskatchewan living and dying with a terminal illness.
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SHPCA Nov 19
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SHPCA Nov 17
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SHPCA Nov 16
The Grieving Need You Most After the Funeral
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SHPCA Nov 15
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SHPCA Nov 15
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SHPCA Nov 14
Michael J. Fox Foundation's Big Strides In Parkinson's Research: "We’re Much Closer To Finding A Cure" - YOUAREUNLTD
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SHPCA Nov 12
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SHPCA Nov 10
Heartfelt thanks to everyone who shared in dialogue at the Death Cafe. It was so wonderful to hear what impacted you, and the nuggets of wisdom we all take home. We hope to hold another in the Spring. ✨🙏🏻
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SHPCA Nov 10
"How can we change the culture of our health system so the palliative approach, which creates a truly person-centred system, becomes the norm across the whole system?"...
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SHPCA Nov 9
A stage IV cancer patient discusses what it means to live well with serious illness - Scope
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SHPCA Nov 9
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SHPCA Nov 8
Death Cafes: "....talking about death is still considered somewhat of a taboo, often thought about and experienced in secret. “With anything that’s sort of a secret, it weighs you down,” she said. “The more we can speak about those secrets, the more we...
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SHPCA Nov 8
End-of-Life University
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SHPCA Nov 7
“Know them when there are words. Know them when there are no longer words. Know when we have an agenda and desperately want to fix an unfixable situation.”
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SHPCA Nov 7
Hi all - we have about 8 spots left. If you plan to attend and haven’t done so, please make sure to RSVP to info@saskpalliativecare.com Thanks !
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SHPCA Nov 7
The Scrubs that Fit: Dealing with emotionally tough times - Australian College of Nursing
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SHPCA Nov 6
“Too often, we all hear instead, “Palliative? You mean hospice, don’t you?” and “Hospice? That’s where they pump you full of morphine and you die.” Worse, still, we...
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SHPCA Nov 6
For those who have attended Death Cafes before, what brings you back? What has stayed with you? Why do you feel they are important? What would you tell someone who is curious about coming, but nervous?
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