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.
 

Lessons learnt from education in paediatric palliative care - the QuoCCA project

A guest blog post by Dr Anthony Herbert, Director, Paediatric Palliative Care Service, Division Medicine, Queensland Children's Hospital

  • 5 December 2019
  • Author: Guest
  • Number of views: 503
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Lessons learnt from education in paediatric palliative care - the QuoCCA project

The Quality of Care Collaborative Australia (QuoCCA) project delivers paediatric palliative care education to health professionals in urban, rural, regional, and remote areas. QuoCCA Lead Dr Anthony Herbert from Queensland Children's Hospital discusses some of the findings from their research evaluating the project, including innovative ways in delivering paediatric palliative care education.

How a practice change toolkit can improve end of life care in hospitals

A guest blog post by Deb Rawlings, Co-Investigator and Jane Durbridge, Marketing and Communications Coordinator, End-of-Life Essentials

  • 23 October 2019
  • Author: Guest
  • Number of views: 336
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How a practice change toolkit can improve end of life care in hospitals

Health professionals working in hospitals are faced with several barriers when implementing evidence based practice in end-of-life care, including the amount of evidence to read and the lack of time to appraise it. To help overcome these barriers, Deb Rawlings and Jane Durbridge from the End-of-Life Essentials project discuss how a free practice change toolkit can assist in bringing about positive changes at the point of care.

Building palliative care capacity with education

A guest blog post by Professor Liz Reymond, Deputy Director, Metro South Palliative Care and Service Director, Brisbane South Palliative Care Collaborative

  • 5 September 2019
  • Author: Guest
  • Number of views: 495
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Building palliative care capacity with education

To meet the public’s increasing demand for palliative care services, especially in community and residential aged care settings, we need to build the capacity of clinicians. Professor Liz Reymond of Metro South Palliative Care and Brisbane South Palliative Care Collaborative discusses why education is one of the best ways to increase capacity in palliative care.

Designed effective palliative care education

A guest blog post by Suzanne Cosgrove, National Program Manager, Program of Experience in the Palliative Approach (PEPA)

  • 3 September 2019
  • Author: Guest
  • Number of views: 580
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Designed effective palliative care education

Education and training of the health workforce are essential to enhance the capacity of health professionals to deliver a palliative care approach. Suzanne Cosgrove from Program of Experience in the Palliative Approach (PEPA) discusses how PEPA provides opportunities to develop health professional's and worker's confidence, knowledge and skills in the palliative approach to care.

Education in palliative care is about preparation

A blog post by Dr Katrina Erny-Albrecht, Senior Research Fellow, CareSearch, Flinders University

  • 17 December 2018
  • Author: CareSearch
  • Number of views: 1520
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Education in palliative care is about preparation

As demand for palliative care services increases, so too the need for relevant and quality education. Dr Katrina Erny-Albrecht discusses how CareSearch supports health professionals and consumers access up-to-date information on palliative care education by providing a single point of entry to a broad range of courses, continuing professional development, and online and community learning.

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