The current pandemic is causing unprecedented levels of stress and anxiety in our workplace. Drop in to learn short mindfulness practices to help find calm in the midst of challenge. Relax, recharge, and learn how to incorporate moments of mindfulness in your day. Optional discussion to follow.
These 30 minute mindfulness sessions are Open to all healthcare providers.
Drop in to the weekly virtual sessions via Zoom:
Meeting ID: 302 330 041
Every Tuesday 8:30 pm EST
Host: Dr. Diane Meschino or Dr. Jennifer Hirsch
Every Thursday 8:30 pm EST
Host: Dr. Mary Elliott or Dr. Orit Zamir
For more program details please visit: www.pause4providers.com
For general inquiries and weekly reminders, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are pleased to announce that beginning September 21st, 2020, de Souza Institute will be located at the following address:de Souza Institute
c/o The Michener Institute of Education
222 St Patrick Street, Office 503
Toronto, Ontario M5T 1V4
All other contact information including phones and e-mail addresses remain unchanged. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at (416) 581-7887 or email@example.com.
de Souza Institute Team
The covid pandemic has changed the landscape of health care delivery as we continued to help with health care needs while keeping our team members and patients safe. We have been inspired by the efforts of those at the front line.
We were grateful for the opportunity to provide virtual support groups to facilitate peer sharing and building resilience among health care providers and to continue to provide virtual groups to patients through CancerChat Canada.
We also have provided three modules to facilitate communication and support for palliative care at no cost.
We are encouraged that in many jurisdictions, hospitals and community agencies are moving towards offering broader clinical services, albeit at times in a different way. We too have prepared our curriculum. We have always welcomed technology in supporting busy front line clinicians. Our online platform is here to continue to support your educational needs. All programs will be proceeding and open for registration. To support oncology orientation in the virtual environment, our Cancer Care Basics (accredited, all professions), and Foundations in Oncology Nursing Practice courses are available for any individual health care provider, can be started at any time and they can also be offered in customized formats in response to the need of an organization. We also continue to bring online a palliative care curriculum to address all competencies in palliative and end of life care.
We look forward to continuing to support you during this new normal. If you want to discuss a tailored education program or are interested in partnering with us to adapt patient education to an online format, please contact us.
Mary Jane Esplen, PhD, RN
Executive Director, de Souza Institute
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