What's New

This section will keep you up to date with project news, changes in the website and things that are happening in the sector.

4000 learners!

In May 2017 we were delighted to announce over 4000 people have completed our education modules! Thank you to all our learners.


Another three modules were launched on Thursday 13 October 2016. This was a virtual launch using Thunderclap to spread awareness of the project. What is Thunderclap? It’s a ‘crowd-speaking platform’ that allows people to pledge to Tweet or Facebook a message all on the same day – and at the exact same time – in order to achieve maximum effect and rise above the noise on social media. The one-time message - Improve end-of-life care - was shared on social media by 21 supporters with a social reach audience of 63,310.

Project Launch

On June 24 2016 the first three online modules were launched to support nurses, doctors and allied health professionals in any acute care practice setting in delivering end-of-life care.

MEDIA Release:
End-of-Life education and resources now available to healthcare professionals within acute hospitals around Australia. (116kb pdf)
Ms Kim Devery
L to R: Ms Meg Brassil, Ms Kim Devery, Professor Michael Kidd, Professor Ken Hillman, Professor Villis Marshall
Professor Michael Kidd


Professor Villis Marshall
Ms Meg Brassil
Professor Ken Hillman


Last updated 6 June 2017