CareSearch Blog: Palliative Perspectives

The views and opinions expressed in our blog series are those of the authors and are not necessarily supported by CareSearch, Flinders University and/or the Australian Government Department of Health.
 

CareSearch 2020-2023: Building on our foundation of evidence to support quality palliative care

A blog post by Dr Katrina Erny-Albrecht, Senior Research Fellow, CareSearch, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Flinders University

  • 19 November 2020
  • Author: CareSearch
  • Number of views: 167
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CareSearch 2020-2023: Building on our foundation of evidence to support quality palliative care

In the 11th blog for our National Palliative Care Project series, CareSearch Senior Research Fellow Dr Katrina Erny-Albrecht discusses how the project will continue supporting Australians and contribute to the delivery of the National Palliative Care Strategy by providing access to relevant evidence and resources.

Six things we all need to know about palliative care

A blog post by Professor Jennifer Tieman, CareSearch Director, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Flinders University

  • 6 October 2020
  • Author: CareSearch
  • Number of views: 1257
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Six things we all need to know about palliative care

An inevitable part of life is that we will all die one day. Our Director Professor Jennifer Tieman discusses the importance of being able to learn, care and plan for death, dying and palliative care and how the Part of Life campaign aims to support us.

Understanding a strategy, delivering a project

A blog post by Professor Jennifer Tieman, CareSearch Director, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Flinders University

  • 17 September 2020
  • Author: CareSearch
  • Number of views: 900
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Understanding a strategy, delivering a project

The Department of Health is supporting a number of national programs to help ensure that all Australians have access and receive the best possible palliative care and end of life care. We are dedicating a special Palliative Perspectives Blog series to highlight the goals and priorities of each of the projects in 2020-2023.

In the first blog for the series, our Director Professor Jennifer Tieman discusses the National Palliative Care Strategy and the collective role of the programs in meeting the needs of Australia’s diverse population.

Dying2Learn 2020: A chance to talk about death and dying

A blog post by Professor Jennifer Tieman, Director for CareSearch and the Research Centre for Palliative Care, Death and Dying (RePadd), College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Flinders University

  • 7 September 2020
  • Author: CareSearch
  • Number of views: 1025
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Dying2Learn 2020: A chance to talk about death and dying

Death is something we all have to cope with, however, we seem reluctant to think about, talk about, and plan for it. Professor Jennifer Tieman, Director of CareSearch and the Research Centre for Palliative Care, Death and Dying at Flinders University, discusses the aims of Dying2Learn and how the online course offers the Australian general community the chance to learn and talk about death and dying.

Reviewing and consolidating aged care guidance

A blog post by Professor Jennifer Tieman, CareSearch Director, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Flinders University

  • 19 June 2020
  • Author: CareSearch
  • Number of views: 1327
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Reviewing and consolidating aged care guidance

The last five years has seen major change in aged care policy directions and regulation. In this blog, CareSearch and palliAGED Director Professor Jennifer Tieman discusses the importance of reviewing and consolidating aged care resources to ensure currency, relevance, and ease of access, and how palliAGED responds to the varied and changing contexts in which care is provided.

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