Allied health professionals’ palliative care clinical and educational needs

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    1. What are Australian Allied Health (AH) clinicians’ attitudes towards palliative care? 2. How do these attitudes relate to their palliative care experiences & palliative care education needs?
    Original languageEnglish
    Number of pages35
    Publication statusPublished - 2017
    Event12th National Allied Health Conference: Stronger together - International Convention Centre, Sydney, Australia
    Duration: 26 Aug 201729 Aug 2017
    Conference number: 12th (Event flyer)


    Conference12th National Allied Health Conference
    OtherAllied Health professionals from every service setting – private sector, public health, non-government organisations and government agencies – will consider solutions to the challenges posed by major health reforms such as the NDIS, the management of chronic diseases, and the interface between acute and primary care.

    The conference will explore the theme Allied Health: Stronger Together and will highlight the place of Allied Health in the health continuum through a number of subthemes including Responsive Services, Reliable Systems and Resilient Workforce.

    •Hear from a range of eminent speakers exploring current and emerging issues shaping the future for Allied Health.
    •Attend pre- and post-conference workshops.
    •An exciting opportunity to network with an extensive range of key decision-makers and practitioners.
    •Learn about the industry’s products and services from our impressive range of exhibitors.
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    • Palliative care
    • Allied health professionals
    • Clinicians
    • CareSearch
    • Allied Health Hub


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