The iPANEL team is committed to dissemination of findings as well as engagement in numerous and varied ways that will reach as many people as possible.  Methods will include presentations, publications, webinars, newsletters, posters, cafés, workshops as well as collaborations with policy makers, decision makers, health system planners, academics, and media personnel.  Research is meant to change practice at all levels of the health care system, including direct client care, practitioner basic and continuing education, health policy development, health care management and leadership.

Inner City Palliative Care: A Community Dialogue with Dr. Naheed Dosani

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Location:  This event is an in-person discussion being held in Victoria, BC at the heART space (821 Fort Street).

Type of Event:  Public Discussion - How can social justice and equity-informed palliative care improve end of life care for homeless and unstably-housed people, and better support their caregivers and chosen family including street family and front line workers. For more information please click on the image above to download the event poster.

This event is sponsored by the UVic Equitable Access to Care Study (Canadian Institutes of Health Research) and the Palliative Outreach Resource Team (PORT)

Registration:  This event is free and available to the general public and health care providers alike. 

As space is limited, we are asking that people please RSVP Ashley at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

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