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.
 

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: 695
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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.

Starting conversations with Dying to Know Day - Home Delivered

A guest blog post by Holly Rankin-Smith, Communications Director, The GroundSwell Project

  • 13 July 2020
  • Author: Guest
  • Number of views: 861
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Starting conversations with Dying to Know Day - Home Delivered

Dying to Know Day (August 8th) is an annual campaign that encourages community members and organisations to host events that encourage critical discussion and planning around death, dying, and grief. Holly Rankin-Smith, Communication Director at The Groundswell Project, discusses their campaign and the importance of having these critical conversations particularly during this COVID-19 pandemic. 

The COVID-19 pandemic: what communities living through humanitarian crisis can teach us about compassionate care

A guest blog post by Rachel Coghlan, PhD candidate, Centre for Humanitarian Leadership, Deakin University

  • 6 May 2020
  • Author: Guest
  • Number of views: 936
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The COVID-19 pandemic: what communities living through humanitarian crisis can teach us about compassionate care

COVID-19 presents an important opportunity to raise the urgency of palliative care in humanitarian emergencies. Rachel Coghlan, PhD candidate at the Centre for Humanitarian Leadership, shares her experience while visiting the Gaza Strip and highlights how persons living through humanitarian crises can teach us the importance of compassion and support for each other, especially to those suffering illness or dying.

The GroundSwell Project and understanding death as a part of life

A guest blog post by Jessie Williams, CEO, The GroundSwell Project

  • 14 January 2020
  • Author: Guest
  • Number of views: 1243
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The GroundSwell Project and understanding death as a part of life

Tragedies like bushfires force us to face grief and death. Jessie Williams, CEO of The GroundSwell Project, discusses the importance of connecting with each other when facing grief, death and dying, and how the project helps communities live, grieve and die in line with their values. 

 

 

 

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How do we use advance care planning in Japan?

A guest blog post by Yumi Naito, Registered Nurse and Masters Student, Flinders University

  • 5 November 2019
  • Author: Guest
  • Number of views: 1417
  • 2 Comments
How do we use advance care planning in Japan?

Advance care planning (ACP) can improve end of life care in line with a person's wishes. But is it a Western concept that can be applied to other countries? Yumi Naito a registered nurse and masters student at Flinders University discusses how ACP is enabling decision making at the end of life in Japan.

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