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Pregnancy and Infant Loss Network: Community of Practice

November 18 @ 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Pregnancy and Infant Loss Network is committed to supporting health and service professionals to provide skilled and compassionate bereavement care.  We heard you when you asked for more information and support.  Please join us to form a Community of Practice where we can all connect with one another to share our ideas, triumphs, and struggles.

The monthly Community of Practice is meant to be interactive, informative, and supportive.  We are seeking representation from across Ontario and will be monitoring registration to allow for this.  The number of participants may be limited, so please only register if you are able to commit to attending.  If you have more than one person from your organization that would like to participate, we ask that you only have 1 person register per session.

Topic: Creating a memorial event for families/communities

Zoom details: Will be sent when registration complete

EventBrite link for sign-up: https://pailnetworkcopnovember2020.eventbrite.ca

Password for Registration: PAILCOP

Speaker(s):

Kelly Polci
Suzie O’Regan

Kelly Polci Bio:

Kelly Polci, MSW, RSW graduated from her Master of Social Work from the University of Toronto in 2008.  She has worked at Sunnybrook since 2008 initially in the Schulich Heart Program.  In 2010, she moved to her position in the Women & Babies Program.  Kelly’s passions within this role are bioethics, supporting our bereaved parents, and parental mental health.

Suzie O’Regan Bio:
(pending)

Details

Date:
November 18
Time:
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Event Category:
Website:
https://pailnetworkcopnovember2020.eventbrite.ca

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.

If you’re interested in learning more about organizing an event in your community, please get in touch.