Ahead of World Hospice and Palliative Care Day, CareSearch has launched the ‘Part of Life’ campaign to encourage all Australians to learn, care, and plan for […]
As part of Australia’s national response to the pandemic, experts in palliative care are combining forces to provide the best possible end-of-life care to the community. […]
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.