Learning from real-life experiences in palliative care

Case studies are used to relate theory and evidence to practical situations. The aim is to demonstrate the application of knowledge to everyday practice and decision-making.

The following collections of case studies focus on real-life experiences in providing and receiving palliative care. They are presented from the perspective of different health professional roles: nurses, allied health, pharmacists, and aged care workers. You can use them for individual learning or in the development of more structured courses in palliative care.

Case-study collections:

Last updated 13 August 2021