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Our newsletter keeps you up to date with the project, highlights news from the health sector, includes the latest research and articles relating to end-of-life care in hospitals and provides resources for you to share at work.

Project News - Edition 33 - March 2019

Project News - Edition 32 - Feb 2019Chronic complex progressive conditions cannot be cured, and account for around 90% of all deaths in Australia. By offering to discuss early on in patients’ diagnosis or illness what is likely to occur in the future, patients can then plan their health care, time and life.

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Project News - Edition 32 - February 2019

Project News - Edition 32 - Feb 2019Most doctors, nurses and allied health professionals have chosen their profession to cure, care and comfort, but with over 50% of Australians dying in acute hospitals, all health professionals can strengthen their clinical practice by remembering that death is a normal part of life.

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Project News - Edition 30 - Nov 2018

Project News - Edition 27 - Aug 2018We have been receiving some terrific feedback from reviewers of our upcoming modules! 'Compassion and fast paced urgent care can happen together.’ (Emergency Department module)

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Project News - Edition 29 - Oct 2018

Project News - Edition 27 - Aug 2018While the death of an infant or child is relatively uncommon, it is a devastating event for families, friends and healthcare professionals. When a child dies, it defies the idea we hold instinctively that there is a natural order to life and death and that older people should die before younger people.

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Project News - Edition 27 - Aug 2018

Project News - Edition 27 - Aug 2018Perhaps you have completed one of the training modules, but you want to learn more. Perhaps you have wondered how you can strengthen your ability to recognise a patient in their last year, weeks or days of life? Recognition of end-of-life is vital in terms of providing quality care.

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Project News - Edition 25 - June 2018

Compassionate responses in end-of-life care are so valuable. Research described below in 'Latest Evidence' helps clarify, from healthcare professionals’ perspectives, what assists or hinders compassion in the workplace.

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Project News - Edition 24 - May 2018

Project News - Edition 27 - Aug 2018Our education pages are being refreshed! Expect some things to look a bit different as we have updated our learning management system, but the content is the same quality resources you have used before, but fresh! If you have any questions please do contact us, we are here to help.

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Project News - Edition 23 - April 2018

Project News - Edition 27 - Aug 2018Are you a ‘Champion’ working to improve end-of-life care in your hospital? Does your role involve educating others, coordinating or clinical leadership around end-of-life care? Do you share our resources or advocate our project at work? We’d like to hear from you!

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Project News - Edition 22 - March 2018

Project News - Edition 27 - Aug 2018Do you have trouble choosing the right words when discussing end-of-life care? If you do - you are not alone! Euphemisms for end-of-life and dying are so common. Deb Rawlings, with others, has researched this fascinating area and you can read about it in this article published in The Conversation.

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