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
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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. 

Prepare, plan and palliate – lessons learned from the ELDAC COVID-19 webinars

A guest blog post by Kim Offner, ELDAC Project Officer, Faculty of Health, University of Technology Sydney

  • 3 June 2020
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Prepare, plan and palliate – lessons learned from the ELDAC COVID-19 webinars

Preparing and planning for quality symptom management and palliative care should be a priority in the management of COVID-19 in residential aged care facilities. Kim Offner, Project Officer at ELDAC, discusses the lessons learnt and the practical recommendations from the Palliative Care and COVID-19 webinars which the project recently hosted.

Palliative care and COVID-19: destruction, disruption and new opportunities…

A guest blog post by Rohan Greenland, CEO, Palliative Care Australia

  • 27 May 2020
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Palliative care and COVID-19: destruction, disruption and new opportunities…

COVID-19 has caused many disruptions but has also created new approaches and innovations, especially when it comes to existing palliative care patients and the palliative care workforce. Palliative Care Australia (PCA) brought together experts in a range of disciplines including clinical, academic, research, policy, and advocacy. In this blog, PCA CEO Rohan Greenland discusses the work of the Australian COVID-19 Palliative Care Working Group and the range of activities being undertaken to build the capacity of systems and to foster collaboration.

Supporting carers to help manage symptoms in home-based palliative care patients during the COVID-19 pandemic

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

  • 25 May 2020
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Supporting carers to help manage symptoms in home-based palliative care patients during the COVID-19 pandemic

COVID-19 presents an unprecedented challenge for patients, carers, and health professionals, especially for those providing home-based palliative care to patients. Professor Liz Reymond Director at Brisbane South Palliative Care Collaborative and Deputy Director at Metro South Palliative Care Service discusses the new caring@home packages for carers to support them to help manage symptoms in home-based palliative care patients and limit the risk of community COVID-19 transmission. 

The silver lining of COVID-19

A guest blog post by Associate Professor Odette Spruijt, Palliative Medicine Specialist, Australasian Palliative Link International

  • 20 May 2020
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The silver lining of COVID-19

COVID-19 has presented many challenges and trauma's, however, there have also been some positive developments. Associate Professor Odette Spruijt from Australasian Palliative Link International discusses the opportunities which have evolved during this pandemic, as well as shares positive experiences she has encountered at her workplace and also some on international collaborations.

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