MyGriefToolbox.ca helps paramedics respond to palliative care calls and expands their capacity to provide quality care.
The first seven modules provide paramedics with:
In addition to improving your understanding of grief and the factors affecting it, the modules debunk common misunderstandings that can negatively impact your ability to deliver compassionate and effective care. The content provides direction from the moment you walk in the door through to post-call reflections to assist you in providing the highest quality care.
This toolbox is relevant to paramedics at all stages of their career, from students to veterans, with some specialized content tailored to paramedics' friends and family members. This content can also be applied to calls when someone has died and family or others are in distress.
Research shows that the majority of people working in healthcare experience work-related grief. A number of factors can impact grief becoming complex or prolonged. They include: witnessing multiple traumas, developing a personal connection to the patients or family, your own history of grief and how you acknowledge and attend to your grief.
Register online: https://grieftoolbox.ca/