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COVID-19 has brought about many challenges to providing education for healthcare professionals. Hence, education providers have had to come up with innovative ways to deliver workshops. In this blog Steph Dickinson and Sharon Wetzig from the Palliative Care Education and Training Collaborative, Cancer and Palliative Care Outcomes Centre at QUT discusses how the Program of Experience in the Palliative Approach (PEPA) adapted to online formats of education and discusses the response to running workshops virtually.
Nurses spend the greatest period of time with patients at the end of life and their loved ones.
In our sixth blog for the Part of Life series, Janeane Harlum, President for Palliative Care Nurses Australia (PCNA) and Palliative Care Manager and Service Development at South Western Sydney Local Health District, talks about the fulfilling work of palliative care nurses and pointers for continuing professional development.
Nurses play a critical role in providing holistic care and support to persons at the end of life and their loved ones.
In our fifth blog for the Part of Life series, Kate Swetenham, Nursing Director of Palliative Care Projects at SA Department for Health and Wellbeing, discuss the important work of nurses and shares her experience and some pointers.
In the eighth blog for our National Palliative Care Project series, Suzanne Cosgrove, National Manager for PEPA, discusses the projects aims to enhance the capacity of health professionals to deliver a palliative approach and how their education activities align with the guiding principles and goals set out within the National Palliative care Strategy.
In the second blog for our National Palliative Care Projects series, Ms Penny Neller, Professor Lindy Willmott, and Professor Ben White from the Australian Centre for Health Law Research at Queensland University of Technology discuss the End of Life Law for Clinicians program and how it works to improve clinicians’ awareness and knowledge of end-of-life law through education.