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In our sixth SA Palliative Care 2020 Grants Program blog, Dr Priyanka Vandersman from RePaDD at Flinders University shares how evidence, research, and inputs from family caregivers and aged care staff formed the foundation of a practical resource aimed at supporting bereavement, grief, and loss.
In our fifth SA Palliative Care 2020 Grants Program blog, member of Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (PSA), Julian Soriano explains how their projects will examine the role of and how to better support pharmacists in residential aged care facilities.
In our fourth SA Palliative Care 2020 Grants Program blog, Mr Peter Laintoll, Lyell McEwin Volunteer Association, in collaboration with Mr Kamal Dahal, Member of the South Australian Bhutanese Association along with Professor Gregory Crawford, Northern Adelaide Palliative Care Service and The University of Adelaide, Associate Professor Ann Dadich of Western Sydney University and Dr Aileen Collier of University of Auckland and RePADD at Flinders University discuss how their project will investigate what safe and high-quality palliative and end-of-life care means from the perspective of Bhutanese, Syrian, and Afghani communities in Northern Adelaide.
In our third SA Palliative Care 2020 Grants Program blog, the project team at Aboriginal Health Council of SA (AHCSA) discuss how their palliative care program will work to fill gaps around the palliative care system for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples.
In our second SA Palliative Care 2020 Grants Program blog, Tracey Watters, Project Coordinator of the Palliative Care Pathways and Partnerships at Motor Neurone Disease (MND) SA, writes why improving palliative care for people with MND is important and how the project will help.