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Compassionate Care Workshop – Hamilton

October 24 @ 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

An open invitation to a FREE one day educational session for professionals who provide care, services, or support to bereaved parents and families during the loss of their pregnancy or infant.

Our Compassionate Care Workshop is a full day training session (8 hours) for people who provide professional care or services to families who may experience a pregnancy loss or the death of their baby. The day covers many topics including grief, memory making, cultural safety, what to say/what not to say, pregnancy after loss, and family-centred care. We also aim to have a family panel in which families come and speak of their lived experience of loss.

Co-Hosted by: St. Joseph’s Healthcare – Women’s Health Concerns Clinic & McMaster University Medical Centre – Women’s Reproductive Health & Newborn Care

Location:
St. Joseph’s Healthcare – Level 1 – Lower Auditorium (located to the left of main doors)
Hamilton 100 West 5th Street | Hamilton, ON

REGISTER HERE
Password:
PAILCCW

Notes:
• Catering will be provided.
• Please register each participant separately with individual e-mails to ensure all proper notifications are sent.
• Confirmations and updates are sent to e-mails used to register automatically by the system.
• If you are a professional who is breastfeeding, you are welcome to join us for the workshop however, we ask that you please exit the room for the duration of our family panel hour which happens after the lunch break. If you are planning on bringing your infant, please let us know in advance by e-mailing pailnetwork@sunnybrook.ca.

Details

Date:
October 24
Time:
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Event Category:

If you are hosting an event with PAIL Network, or hosting an event to raise awareness for pregnancy and infant loss in Ontario, please send the details to pailnetwork@sunnybrook.ca. We’d be happy to list your event in our calendar.

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