Saturday afternoon concurrent sessions

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AFTERNOON SESSION 1 – CONCURRENTS (1hr)

BASIC STREAM 2

WORSHOP 5

Transforming Clinical Care

ABSTRACTS 7

Transforming Clinical Care (Regional, Rural and Remote)

ABSTRACTS 8

Transforming Dying

 

Chair: Prof Jane Philips

Chair: Joan Ryan

Chair: Alison Dawes

Chair: Liz Lobb

Auditorium

Auditorium 2

Function Room 3

Function Room 4

13:30-13:50

 

WORKSHOP 5 (1.0hrs)

Transformed by Mentoring.

Dr Frank Brennan, Joan Ryan

 

Providing end of life care in rural and regional Australia: optimal expectations versus actual end of life care.

Peta McVey

What does it take for people to die where they choose and what effect does this have on formal and informal caring networks?

Debbie Horsfall

13:50-14:10

Ethical considerations of a longitudinal study of informal care networks across rural and remote NSW.

Emily Saurman

dying2learn: The first ever Australian MOOC on Death and Dying.

Christine Sanderson

14:10-14:30

Transforming the landscape: Exploring the experience of Australian rural Palliative Medicine Specialists.

Alison Blight

“The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” – how caring for my dying relatives changed me as a palliative care nurse.

Kathleen Wurth