Le prix pour les meilleures affiches

It is my pleasure to be able to share with you all the results of the Trainee Poster Awards. I, along with my fellow judges, had the pleasure of reviewing student posters, meeting trainees, and were truly thoroughly impressed not only with the high quality of research and program development which is being done, the innovative approaches these trainees are bringing to their work, but also the enthusiasm and pride which was so evident in all of the submissions. It was inspiring and a joy, and in case anyone was worried, you needn't be. The future of Palliative Care research rests in very capable hands.

Third place trainee poster certificate goes to....

  • Matthew Bui from McMaster University, Hamilton, ON

    For his poster entitled: Promoting a Palliative Approach in Long-Term Care: Development of Disease-Specific Advance Care Planning Resources

Second place trainee poster certificate goes to.....

  • Pamela Durepos also of McMaster University, Hamilton, ON

    For her poster entitled: Palliative Care Content in Clinical Practice Guidelines for Dementia

First place Trainee Poster Award Winner will receive a certificate, along with a FREE registration to the 22nd International Congress on Palliative Care, which will be held in 2018.

  • Jamie Pennerof McGill University, Montreal, QC

    For her poster entitled: Home-based Physical Activity for Family Caregivers of People with Advanced Cancer: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial

Congratulations to all of our students. We look forward to having you continue to share your work with us at future congresses.

Presented at the Closing Plenary Session of the Congress, October 21, 2016, by Bessy Bitzas, Member of the Congress Executive Committee and Head Nurse, Department of Palliative Care, S.M.B.D. Jewish General Hospital, Montreal, QC, Canada,