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Palliative Care WA Forum Series: #3 Voluntary Assisted Dying

Palliative Care WA Forum Series:  WA End of Life Choices Parliamentary Committee Report

Forum Three – Voluntary Assisted Dying

The WA Parliament’s Joint Select Committee on End of Life Choices released their report on 23 August and Palliative Care WA hosted a special forum on 28 August to discuss the findings and recommendations.  The EOL Report focused on three key areas of care at end of life – advance care planning, palliative care services, and voluntary assisted dying.

Palliative Care WA and Palliative and Supportive Care Education are holding a series of three forums to explore the recommendations in detail and identify sector priorities for presentation to the WA Government. Each forum will explore a different section of the report.  This forum will focus on report’s recommendations 19-24 on voluntary assisted dying.

Attendance at the forums are open to members and supporters of Palliative Care WA, palliative care service providers, health and allied health practitioners, aged care providers, carers and consumers.

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When:  Tuesday, 12 February 2019, 5pm to 7pm

Where:  The Boulevard Centre, 99 The Boulevard, Floreat.

Who:  Members and supporters of Palliative Care WA, palliative care service providers, health and allied health practitioners, aged care providers, and general community.

Cost:  FREE to Palliative Care WA individual members, $10 non-members or organisational members

Parking:   Free three (3) hour parking available at Floreat Forum Shopping Centre carpark

More information and registration:    https://pcwa-forum-3-vad.eventbrite.com.au

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For more information info@palliativecarewa.asn.au 1300 551 704

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