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 […]
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. […]
An online resource has been launched to support palliative care and advance care planning for older Australians. End of Life Directions for Aged Care (ELDAC) is […]
Numbers of people dying in hospital without family present could be reduced if current practices were changed, according to the findings of a Flinders University research […]
Older Australians will be more informed and better cared for at the end of their lives thanks to a new online resource launched in Canberra today. […]
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.
A new free smartphone app is giving GPs access to specialist medical advice to care for older palliative patients at home or in residential care across Australia.
Emeritus Professor Ian Maddocks, the first Chair of Palliative Care at Flinders, has been named The Australian Senior of the Year.