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Specialist Certificate in Palliative Care https://asn.us6.list-manage.com/track/click?u=d69070387596f5f616780f33e&id=594885cfac&e=a93220aba6 https://asn.us6.list-manage.com/track/click?u=d69070387596f5f616780f33e&id=1fec48223f&e=a93220aba6 Certificate IV in Bereavement Support12 months online learning $3,600 Next intake March 2019 Grad Cert in Bereavement Counselling and Intervention11 months blended mode of delivery $6,800 Next intake February 2019
SPICT4ALL has been added to the palliAGED pages. Based on the original SPICT tool designed to help health professionals identify people who might benefit from palliative care and appropriate planning for future care, SPICT4ALL has been ‘de-medicalised’ for use by patients, family carers and staff working in health and care.
This 2017 PCOC report highlights key achievements of the program and participating palliative care services and is available here.
Dementia Australia has launched a new resource that provides dementia-specific information to help support people living with dementia who are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI), their care partners, family and friends. You can access the guide and other LGBTI dementia resources here.
Congratulations to the EPC biography volunteers (all 94 of them) and the four staff who support them on winning the Minister for Health Volunteering Award in the category ‘Outstanding Achievement by a Volunteer: Improving the patient experience’. This is a great tribute to the generous contributions of these volunteers who … Read more
Jean Hailes for Women’s Health is a national not-for-profit organisation committed to improving the knowledge of women’s health throughout the various stages of their lives, and to providing a trusted world-class health service for women. Our aim is to inspire confidence to create a healthier future for all women. After … Read more
The $8.3 million Greater Choice for at Home Palliative Care Measure has been formally launched with the February 27th announcement of the ten Primary Health Networks (PHNs) selected to take part in the trial which runs until June 2020. The aim of the measure is “to improve coordination and integration … Read more
For all health and care workers Presented by Advance Care Planning Australia This one-day workshop is regularly presented at Austin Health in Heidelberg by Austin Health’s Senior Advance Care Planning Clinician. Topics include: • Benefits of advance care planning • Medical decision-making • The role of the substitute decision-maker • … Read more