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If you are a registered volunteer with an Ontario based hospice, and you have been registered by your hospice for online training, you should have received an email with a user name and password. If you have not received this information, check your email spam/junk folder and if it is not there, contact your hospice’s volunteer coordinator.
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HPCO is a provincial association of hospices and palliative care providers, professionals, and volunteers.
We strive for a future where every person in Ontario has access to quality hospice palliative care. This area contains information for the general public
Our Mission is to provide leadership on behalf of our members. This area of the site contains information for our members and healthcare professionals.
What is Hospice Palliative Care? This section has information describing hospice palliative care, where you can find services and other general information.
Learn of HPCO's latest updates on our organization, events, opportunities and webinars for you to explore.
Feb 6, 2020
In the Fall of 2019, The Children and Youth Grief Network (CYGN) completed the project; The Crossroa...
Sep 18, 2019
Society is changing and current health care models are not fully meeting the needs of many Ontarians...
Jun 27, 2019
This document provides a process for managing unclaimed bodies that were not investigated by a coron...
Attend HPCO's Annual Conference - This year's theme is Leading by Example in a Team-Based World. Eac...
A demonstration and discussion of electronic medical record tools that you can use now to help you s...
When it comes to navigating the world of Advance Care Planning and Goals of Care conversations, how ...
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