Palliative care is a form of healthcare provided to people who have a progressing illness that will lead to death. It is active and supportive care that seeks to maximize quality of life.
Learn what affects death and dying in Australia
Learn how our diversity impacts on palliative care in Australia
Providing and receiving palliative care in Australia
Research helps us treat illness and improve healthcare
Learn about where we prefer to die
Learn about the role volunteers play in care
Learn about care provided in communities
Find out about national initiatives in palliative care
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