Research

A part of HPCO’s mission is to provide leadership on behalf of our members through informing policy, promoting awareness, education and knowledge transfer and best practices in the pursuit of quality hospice palliative care. This purpose of this webpage is to make palliative care research being done by experts accessible to all audiences with the goal of promoting the practical use of research knowledge.

 TitleDate
Ontario Hospices: A workplace that feels like home 2021-09-22
Hospice Volunteers: Roles and Retention2021-08-24
Exploring the use of Virtual Platforms for Inpatient Palliative Care2021-08-16
Ontario study examines the perspectives of Canadian physiotherapists providing palliative care2021-08-09
The Benefits of Hospice Quality Metrics 2021-08-03
Canadian report explores the impact of COVID-19 on Community-Based Palliative Care2021-07-28
New Palliative care tool developed to predict death in home care users: Risk Evaluation for Support: Predictions for Elder-Life in the Community Tool (RESPECT) 2021-07-17
How can geographic location affect patients access to hospice and palliative care services?2021-07-13
Factors influencing Caregiver Burnout2021-07-07
Recent study investigates palliative care differences among terminal patients2021-06-29
2SLGBTQ: Palliative Care Needs 2021-06-21
Indigenous Palliative Care: Cultural Competency and Safety2021-06-18
Palliative Care Considerations for Patients Living with Severe Mental Illness 2021-06-09
Elder abuse in Canada: Statistics and prevention2021-06-08
What type of palliative care are Ontarians receiving in the last year of life? 2021-06-01
Role of Telehealth in Palliative Care2021-05-30
Opioid Use Assessments and Palliative Care2021-05-28
The association between varying levels of palliative care involvement on costs during terminal hospitalizations in Canada from 2012 to 2015 2021-05-27