“Partnering with consumers to improve palliative care” video now available

“Partnering with consumers to improve palliative care” video now available

“Partnering with consumers to improve palliative care” video now available

  • by linda
  • December 13, 2021

Did you miss the webinar, want to watch it again or share it with friends and colleagues?

This discussion with Stacey Panozzo, Joanne Britto, Christine Hofmeyer and Avi Paluch reflects on opportunities for consumer and community involvement (CCI) in palliative care and shares a new program of work that seeks to explore, develop and implement a program to enhance CCI in palliative care in Australia.

View the video here

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