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.
 

Palliative care in residential aged care: Where does the Pharmacist fit in?

A guest blog post by Julian Soriano, Aged Care and Palliative Care Pharmacist, and member, Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (PSA)

  • 7 April 2021
  • Author: Guest
  • Number of views: 792
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Palliative care in residential aged care: Where does the Pharmacist fit in?

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.

Approaching Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander palliative care differently

A guest blog post by the project team at Aboriginal Health Council of SA (AHCSA)

  • 24 March 2021
  • Author: Guest
  • Number of views: 827
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Approaching Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander palliative care differently

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.

Improving palliative care for people with motor neurone disease is more urgent than ever

A guest blog post by Tracey Watters, Palliative Care Pathways & Partnerships Project Coordinator, Motor Neurone Disease Association of South Australia (MND SA)

  • 17 March 2021
  • Author: Guest
  • Number of views: 573
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Improving palliative care for people with motor neurone disease is more urgent than ever

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.

Facilitating meaningful experiences and connection for aged care residents and their families

A guest blog post by Alison Harrington, Founder and CEO, Moove & Groove

  • 10 March 2021
  • Author: Guest
  • Number of views: 571
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Facilitating meaningful experiences and connection for aged care residents and their families

To improve access to and diversify quality palliative care services the South Australian State Government provided grants to 16 organisations. We are publishing a Palliative Care 2020 Grants Program blog series featuring these projects.

In our first blog for the series, Alison Harrington, Founder and CEO of Moove & Groove, discusses how the online program helps to improve the wellbeing of seniors and how they plan to expand it given the positive feedback from participants.

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The CareSearch blog Palliative Perspectives informs and provides a platform for sharing views, tips and ideas related to palliative care from community members and health professionals. 
 

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