Vital Support: Caregiver Centered Care – CARE Magazine

“First and foremost, family caregivers help to sustain care in the community. The kind of care they provide, if they were not available – the healthcare system could not go on. Think of all the care-related activities family caregivers provide!”

Dr. Jasneet Parmar

The feature story, ‘Caregiver-Centered Care’, explains how supporting family caregivers can have incredible impact on the system and how LPNs can incorporate competencies into their practice to become caregiver-centered care champions.

Discover more in the spring-summer issue of the CLPNA’s CARE magazine, sharing healthcare news for and about Alberta’s Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs).

ALSO IN THIS ISSUE:

  • How Healthcare Regulation Connects to Professional Practice
  • WEBside Manner: Virtual Care Resources
  • How to Manage Anxiety During COVID-19
  • Regulatory Spotlight: Mandatory Module on Restricted Activities
  • Alberta’s Opioid Crisis: An Ongoing Public Health Concern
  • CLPNA 2020 Year in Numbers

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