End of Life Law for Clinicians (ELLC) is a free training program for medical practitioners, medical students, nurses, and allied and other health professionals about the law relating to end of life decision-making. It seeks to improve clinicians’ knowledge and awareness of the law at end of life, and support their delivery of quality end of life and palliative care. ELLC is funded by the Australian Government Department of Health.
ELLC comprises 10 free online training modules on palliative and end-of-life law, and case-study based workshops. Topics covered include:
ELLC is complemented by End of Life Law in Australia, a resource that provides accurate, relevant information for the community about the law at end of life in each State and Territory.
To learn more download a free ELLC brochure (183kb pdf) or the ELLC Training Curriculum 2021-2023 (355kb pdf). Register at the End of Life Law for Clinicians training portal.
Page last updated 05 October 2021