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Understanding Palliative Care – people with a chronic disease or terminal illness

Understanding Palliative Care is an online forum suitable for people with a chronic disease or terminal illness.

  • Wednesday 27 May 10–11:30am  

This forum aims to increase your understanding of what is involved in Palliative Care, and what it can look and feel like for yourself, your family and your carers. We will also talk about (and correct) the common myths and misconceptions of palliative car as well as provide opportunity for you to get your questions answered by our experts.

Understanding Palliative Care will be presented by Michelle McClure and facilitated by our CEO, Lana Glogowski.  Michelle qualifications covering nursing, health management and leadership, as well as a wealth of expertise in palliative care, including managing the Albany Community Hospice. She is passionate about people having enough information to make choices about their end of life treatments and how they can maximise their quality of life.

How to register

This forum is FREE, however registrations are essential.

Once you register, we will be in touch to provide a Zoom log-in as well as some additional resources and tips to ensure you are well prepared for the session. Please register here

More information

There are three Understanding Palliative Care online forums scheduled. While the material covered will be similar, each one is designed for different audiences. The other two are:

Understanding Palliative Care is a part of a series of online community forums run by Palliative Care WA. You can download the May-June 2020 schedule here. If you have any questions regarding this or any of our online community forums, please contact us on 1300 551 704 or info@palliativecarewa.asn.au.

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