With Australia’s death rate set to double in the next 25 years, more than 50% of us die in acute-care settings, often alone and hidden from […]
Dying2Learn is proving a popular new resource to help lift the shroud of concern and social stigma about the inevitable subject of death and dying. Developed […]
South Australia will become a national leader in palliative care research with major new funding from the Australian Government. Of the $60 million granted for end-of-life […]
To raise awareness and understanding about palliative care, Flinders has created some useful resources from the Dying2Learn MOOC (Massive Open Online Course). Dying2Learn was developed and run […]
The social aspects of death and dying are covered in a novel new online course created by palliative care experts at Flinders.
Nurses caring for older people near the end of life can access up-to-the-minute clinical advice on the job, thanks to a new smartphone app developed at Flinders.
Almost $5 million in grant funding – for three national palliative care projects – has been awarded to Flinders University by the Australian Government.
An Internet resource has been developed to provide reliable palliative care information to the estimated 100,000 Australians who each year face a life threatening progressive illness. […]