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.
 

Three things you need to know about dementia and dying

A guest blog post by Kirsty Carr, National Policy and Strategy Advisor, Dementia Australia

  • 1 November 2018
  • Author: Guest
  • Number of views: 3038
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Three things you need to know about dementia and dying
Many of us are unaware that Dementia is a terminal illness. It is currently the second leading cause of death overall in Australia. Kirsty Carr from Dementia Australia discusses three things you need to know about dementia and dying. 

palliAGEDgp: equipping GPs in rural and remote areas to deliver quality palliative care

A blog post by Professor Jennifer Tieman, CareSearch Director, Matthew Flinders Fellow, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Flinders University

  • 24 October 2018
  • Author: Guest
  • Number of views: 1661
  • 1 Comments
palliAGEDgp: equipping GPs in rural and remote areas to deliver quality palliative care
General Practitioners (GPs), especially those in rural areas, face challenges when delivering palliative care for older Australians. Jennifer Tieman, CareSearch Director at Flinders University discusses how palliAGEDgp, an evidence-based and easy-to-access smartphone app, has been helping thousands of doctors support our elderly who are faced with life-limiting illness.

WA’s commitment to quality and culturally respectful end-of-life and palliative care

A guest blog post from Frances Arthur, Project Officer, WA Cancer and Palliative Care Network, WA Department of Health

  • 15 October 2018
  • Author: Guest
  • Number of views: 1914
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WA’s commitment to quality and culturally respectful end-of-life and palliative care

The WA Cancer and Palliative Care Network (WACPCN), WA Department of Health is committed to delivering quality and culturally respectful end-of-life and palliative care in Western Australia. This year the WACPCN released their WA End-of-Life and Palliative Care Strategy 2018-2028. Frances Arthur from the WA Department of Health discusses the importance and priorities of the strategy including insights from the community during consultation process, as well as the broad consultation undertaken during development to identify gaps, innovations and improvements.
 
 

Caring for dying patients in an acute hospital setting, three tips for getting it right

A guest blog post by Maite Uribe, Nurse Practitioner Candidate, Southern Adelaide Palliative Care Service

  • 11 October 2018
  • Author: Guest
  • Number of views: 2898
  • 1 Comments
Caring for dying patients in an acute hospital setting, three tips for getting it right
When it comes to dying in an acute hospital, clinicians need some help and guidance to know how to care for vulnerable patients and what is needed at this point of their life. Maite Uribe from Southern Adelaide Palliative Care Service discusses caring for dying patients in an acute hospital setting, and three tips for getting it right.

Bridging the Evidence Gap in Allied Health

A guest blog post from Matt Ransom, Academic Researcher, International Centre for Allied Health Evidence (iCAHE)

  • 9 October 2018
  • Author: Guest
  • Number of views: 1627
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Bridging the Evidence Gap in Allied Health
The use of evidence in allied health is evolving and more allied health professionals are now becoming involved in research training, knowledge generation, knowledge translation, evidence implementation and policy setting. Matt Ransom from the International Centre for Allied Health Evidence (iCAHE) discusses the importance of using evidence-based practice within allied health and the resources that exist to help allied health professionals access the evidence. 
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