Most people living with a terminal illness and approaching death need the assistance of a non-professional carer such as a family member, friend, or neighbour to […]
When someone dies in residential aged care, families and friends experience grief and loss – and some of this grief may have started earlier when the […]
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 […]
The coronavirus pandemic has prompted a national rethink on how society manages death and dying, at the same time as Flinders University has launched research into how people […]
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 […]
The social aspects of death and dying are covered in a novel new online course created by palliative care experts at Flinders.