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Palliative care experts at Flinders University are supporting health-care professionals and their families to make more informed choices.
Day-to-day palliative care in the community is mainly delivered by an “invisible network” of extended family members, friends and neighbours, Flinders University research shows.
Working with adolescents and young adults with a terminal illness calls for special training.
A program that is successfully addressing a humanitarian need for palliative care within the Asia Pacific region has won a national teaching award.
A drug which for decades has been widely used to treat pain related to cancer has no net clinical benefit.
Home oxygen is not always the best treatment for people in the final stages of lung or heart disease or cancer, a Flinders University palliative care specialist says.