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

10 Questions to Ask Now Available in 15 other languages

These newly translated resources were launched at Parliament House today in Canberra which was attended by our CEO Kirsty Blades and our Management Committee CALD Champion, Carmen Sanchez. 10 Questions...

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Cultural attitudes towards palliative care

To better understand the care preferences of individuals from different cultural backgrounds it is recommended that aged care teams receive education about cultural diversity. As an example of the complexities...

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Assisting Health Professionals to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People receiving palliative care at home

Caring@home’s primary goal is to enhance access to quality and timely end-of-life care for patients who opt for in-home care and, if possible, choose to spend their final moments there....

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Latest Resources for Health Professionals

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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Serve your Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) clients

Serve your Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) clients. The Multicultural Communities Council of Illawarra is making it easy for you to better serve your Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) clients....

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Invitation to Participate in a Study on Psychedelic Therapy in The Cancer Field

Invitation to Participate in a Study on Psychedelic Therapy in The Cancer Field A study is being conducted at James Cook University Queensland on the views towards psychedelic-assisted therapy, particularly...

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