Compassionate Cities: global significance and meaning for palliative care

Compassionate Cities: global significance and meaning for palliative care

Compassionate Cities: global significance and meaning for palliative care

  • by linda
  • August 24, 2021

PCNSW is currently working with La Trobe University delivering the CAPACITY-HELP Project throughout selected regions of NSW. Part of that project is the Community Conversations campaign. The aim is to promote the acts of dying, caregiving and grief as a vital civic participation matter by normalising these human experiences into the fabric of our workday world in its diverse settings.

Read Compassionate Cities project overview

Let’s engage through Palliative Caring NSW

Let’s engage through Palliative Caring NSW

23 September 22

Let’s engage through our Facebook group: Palliative Caring NSW. This group is exclusive for palliative care health professionals in NSW, to discuss topics relating to palliative care and end-of-life caring. The group is private so only members can see who’s in the group and what they post. We hope to create a community where members feel […]

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Palliative Care Australia (PCA) has made a submission to include funding for aged care nurses to be trained in palliative care.
end-of-life care

Palliative Care Australia (PCA) has made a submission to include funding for aged care nurses to be trained in palliative care.

12 August 22

Palliative Care Australia (PCA) has made a submission to the upcoming October Budget, asking the Minister for Health and Aged Care, Mark Butler, and Minister for Aged Care, Anika Wells, to include funding for aged care nurses to be trained in palliative care. With the introduction of aged care reform bills to Parliament, Palliative Care […]

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Healthcare professionals making a difference even during very difficult times.

Healthcare professionals making a difference even during very difficult times.

26 July 22

Thanks to healthcare professionals who are making death peaceful even during very difficult times. “My mum lived a good life and died a good death. It was the people in healthcare who made the last part possible, against all odds.” These are the words of Kim Davies after her mum spent her last days in […]

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Let’s engage through Palliative Caring NSW

Let’s engage through Palliative Caring NSW

23 September 22

Let’s engage through our Facebook group: Palliative Caring NSW. This group is exclusive for palliative care health professionals in NSW, to discuss topics relating to palliative care and end-of-life caring. The group is private so only members can see who’s in the group and what they post. We hope to create a community where members feel […]

CONTINUE READING
Palliative Care Australia (PCA) has made a submission to include funding for aged care nurses to be trained in palliative care.
end-of-life care

Palliative Care Australia (PCA) has made a submission to include funding for aged care nurses to be trained in palliative care.

12 August 22

Palliative Care Australia (PCA) has made a submission to the upcoming October Budget, asking the Minister for Health and Aged Care, Mark Butler, and Minister for Aged Care, Anika Wells, to include funding for aged care nurses to be trained in palliative care. With the introduction of aged care reform bills to Parliament, Palliative Care […]

CONTINUE READING
Healthcare professionals making a difference even during very difficult times.

Healthcare professionals making a difference even during very difficult times.

26 July 22

Thanks to healthcare professionals who are making death peaceful even during very difficult times. “My mum lived a good life and died a good death. It was the people in healthcare who made the last part possible, against all odds.” These are the words of Kim Davies after her mum spent her last days in […]

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