PCOC enables palliative care services to embed standardised clinical assessment tools in to routine practice.
PCOC captures clinically meaningful information from across palliative care patients’ disease trajectories, to measure and benchmark patient outcomes.
Essentials is a short course for managers and clinicians learning about the PCOC assessment tools, implementing PCOC and reports.
PCOC Essentials for clinicians who need to:
PCOC Essentials for managers who need to:
Clinicians and Managers
An interactive, full day package designed to enhance knowledge of PCOC, the clinical assessment tools and the use of PCOC.
Clinicians who are new users of the clinical assessment tools and / or are implementing PCOC into routine clinical practice.
This one and a half hour interactive education package specifically aims to highlight the role of PCOC in palliative care services, emphasise the use of the five PCOC clinical assessment tools and provide an overview of the significance of patient outcome reports and benchmark measures.
Medical Officers who are new users of the clinical assessment tools and / or are implementing PCOC into routine clinical practice.
This workshop is also suitable for senior members of the palliative care team who are not required to attend a full day Fundamentals Workshop, including Nurse Managers and Senior Allied Health.
This one hour education package specifically aims to highlight the role of PCOC in palliative care services and highlight the significance of Patient Outcome Reports and benchmark measures.
Senior managers and executives of palliative care services that implementing PCOC in to routine clinical practice, or are planning to do so.
The PCOC website has several education resources designed to introduce new users to the PCOC programme and specifically the clinical assessment tools.
The resources include:
The Clinical Manual is designed to assist palliative care services to implement, consolidate and sustain the PCOC programme.
The manual includes:
Educators and clinical support staff, managers, clinicians, IT and administration staff.
An online package for the implementation, embedding and monitoring the PCOC program and assessment framework within the routine practice of a service.
The package includes:
The toolkit is designed for palliative care services and clinicians. Some resources are targeted towards managers including quality improvement staff and other resources are for clinicians using the assessment framework.
PCOC National Education and Quality Manager
t: 02 4239 2372 e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Last updated 13 August 2021