SE Career College / Archives for December 2016

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The healthcare industry is in a state of change, and we want to provide students with the knowledge they need for a lasting career in healthcare. Education is at the heart of SE Career College, and our blog can help keep you informed as you explore your career options, learn the latest news in the industry, and stay updated on the changes you may see in the healthcare profession.

The Importance of Professional Ethics in your Health Care Assistant Training & Beyond

The Importance of Professional Ethics in your Health Care Assistant Training & Beyond

Ethics form the foundation for how health care professionals conduct themselves throughout their career. In health care, ethics can be based on a health care provider’s moral compass, a specific organization’s policy, or generally accepted medical ethics. All of these ethical policies ensure that clients receive the most…

Essential Personal Qualities That Ensure Successful PSW Careers

Essential Personal Qualities That Ensure Successful PSW Careers

Personal support workers (PSWs) play a vital role in the Canadian healthcare system as front-line caregivers for some of the most vulnerable members of our society. While it’s a tremendous responsibility, it is also a particularly rewarding career path that lets you make a powerful difference in people’s…

Supporting Compassionate End of Life Care after Healthcare Career College

Supporting Compassionate End of Life Care after Healthcare Career College

Health Care Assistants (HCAs) who provide end of life care face a unique set of challenges and circumstances while supporting their clients. HCAs that have their sights set on a career in end of life, hospice, and palliative care can take pride in the fact that they are…

Why PSW Training Promotes Person and Family Centred Care

Why PSW Training Promotes Person and Family Centred Care

As Canada’s healthcare system seeks to provide the best possible care for our aging population, an increasing shift towards home and community care is supported both by technological innovations that reduce reliance on institutional care, and feedback from Canadians indicating they prefer receiving care at home. Rather than…