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CPCNA provides webinars on important and relevant topics in hospice and palliative care. 

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Past webinars available for member access here 

Instructions for Members: Free Registration

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  2. Register for webinar and proceed to payment page 

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Instructions for Non-Members

  1. Register for webinar

  2. Proceed to payment of $40 fee

Upcoming Webinars

April 2023

April 19

April 19th 1100 - 1200 EST CPCNA is presenting Liz Bryan, Senior Associate, St Christopher’s Hospice, UK

Care to the classroom: Applying palliative philosophy to the education of clinicians

In this presentation Liz will explore the palliative 'philosophy' of care which is relational and person-centred and how it can be transferred into an educational context where the teacher becomes a ‘facilitator’ of learning and the approach is learner-centred rather than didactic. Liz will then share an example of an educational programme that applies the palliative philosophy or 'approach' with learners.

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Liz Bryan


Liz Bryan has a background in palliative care nursing, counselling psychotherapy, inter-professional education, and education evaluation. For 12 years she lectured part-time at the Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery and Palliative Care at Kings College London, supporting the delivery of evidence-based palliative and end of life care academic education. This is a role she relinquished in order to focus fulltime on leading, as Director of Education and Training at St Christopher’s, the design of the new education concept and building. Now a St Christopher’s CARE Senior Associate, Liz remains committed to supporting national and international development of compassionate, culturally appropriate palliative and end of life care. Her particular focus is on designing and evaluating programmes of learning that have sustained impact on practice and make a real difference to patient and carer experience. Liz designed the QELCA© Programme which is now being delivered by St Christopher’s satellites in the UK and abroad.

Terms and Conditions:

  • ​Missed webinars are non-refundable

  • All members may register for webinars and access recordings

  • Capacity limited to first 100 guests for live webinars

  • Information is education and not meant to replace best-practice guidelines, site policies and procedures or critical clinical judgment

  • Experiences and expertise of the individual presenters may not reflect the views of CPCNA

Past Webinars

Free for Members

Will be available for a minimum of 90 days after their original date.

Select webinars are recorded and Members of CPCNA are able to view past webinars at their convenience if they were unable to attend the live session. These posted recordings are not to be shared broader, and are provided for the individual viewing of Members only. 

Free select webinars available at your convenience are an excellent benefit of your CPCNA membership. Current past webinars available for viewing are:

  • Supporting family caregivers: Where are we at, and how might we do even better? with Jamie Penner RN, PhD (c)


Click on the titles above to be directed to recordings of these previous events.  Recorded webinars will be available for up to 90 days. 

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