Helpful resources and links

World Health Organisation

Full consensus definition of palliative care (2021)

Palliative Caring Booklet

Information for families and carers who are caring for a person with a life limiting illness or condition

Flowchart to assist General Practitioners

When and how to refer to Palliative Care

Latest News

Advocacy efforts lead to new NDIA Priority Access Application Pathway

In October last year, Palliative Care NSW and the NSW / ACT branch of Palliative Care Social Workers Australia (PCSWA) joined forces in NSW to actively support local and national...

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The power of art in palliative care

An unlikely connection has developed between Melbourne artist Jeffrey Kelson, who is receiving palliative care, and his art student, a palliative care physician. Melbourne artist Jeffrey Kelson is known for...

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Aunty Dulcie Flower AM, trailblazing nurse, receives the NAIDOC 2024 Lifetime Achievement Award

The National NAIDOC Week Awards celebrate the outstanding contributions and excellence of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples across ten award categories, including art, culture, education and training, sport, environment...

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Latest Resources for Health Professionals

Paediatric End-of-Life Care Communication course

A new course on End-of-Life Communication in Paediatric Palliative Care is accessible for free on the Paediatric Education Hub on the PPC4U website. These modules are tailored for Health Care Professionals to...

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National Advance Care Planning Week (18 – 24 March)

National Advance Care Planning Week provides an ideal opportunity to participate in an education event or discuss your values with loved ones, highlighting what matters most to you. This is also...

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Patient states of mind at the end-of-life

End-Of-Life Essentials (EOLE) provide online learning opportunities and practice resources for doctors, nurses and allied health professionals to improve the quality and safety of end-of-life care in hospitals. Patient states...

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