National Palliative Care Week Launch at the Art Gallery of New South Wales
- by Kate Bowman
- April 26, 2018
The NSW Health Minister the Hon. Brad Hazzard MP will be launching National Palliative Care Week on Sunday 20th May at 10am at the Art Gallery of NSW.
Palliative Care NSW will be announcing an innovative partnership developed with the Art Gallery of NSW providing palliative care professionals, carers and families with the opportunity to take part in specially curated art appreciation courses, around the theme of “what matters most to the art of dying?“.
Please join us for morning tea and a stroll around the gallery.
This event is free for members of Palliative Care NSW and $20 for guests.
Click here to register your attendance.
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