By 2026 the number of Canadians dying each year will increase by 40 per cent, to 330,000. Yet Canada ranks only 11th in the 2015 Quality of Death Index released by the Economist Intelligence Unit.
To address this discrepancy, we are introducing a series of courses that explore a comprehensive range of end-of-life issues with experts in the field. Taking a multicultural and interdisciplinary perspective, you will develop your understanding of today’s rapidly changing approaches to end of life, integrating insights from the medical, scientific, humanities, spiritual, ethical, legal and social science disciplines. Regardless of your role, these workshops will enhance your ability to participate in improving the end-of-life experience for Canadians.
Take our end-of-life-studies courses one at a time to suit your work schedule.
Upcoming end-of-life studies course:
10 Fundamentals of Occupational Hygiene OHS515 OHS515-SU11971
10 Introduction to Health and Safety Systems OHS505 OHS505-SU11971
11 Health and Safety Risk Management OHS530 OHS530-SU11971
12 Health and Safety Legislation and Policy OHS525 OHS525-SU11971
12 Management of Health and Safety Systems OHS510 OHS510-SU11971
- Introduction to Health and Safety Systems OHS505
- Management of Health and Safety Systems OHS510
- Fundamentals of Occupational Hygiene OHS515
- Safety Hazard Recognition, Evaluation and Control OHS520
- Health and Safety Legislation and Policy OHS525
- Health and Safety Risk Management OHS530
- Workplace Wellness OHS540
We are continuing to expand our course offerings. We will offer the following courses in the near future:
- Introduction to End-of-Life Studies
- Danse Macabre: Perspectives on Life and Death in Western Literature
- Till Death Do Us Part: Ensuring the Health Care System Works for and with You
- Bereavement, Grief and Mourning: Interdisciplinary and Cultural Perspectives
Who are these courses for?
We’re designing our courses for those involved in:
- Health care
- Spiritual advising
- Social work
- Alternative medicine