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  1. Palliative Care Australia has published its Service Delivery Review Communique 2. The report is a review and update of palliative care planning guides.  Read the 2nd Service Delivery Review Communique here. Read the 1st Service Delivery Review Communique here.

  2. The Parliamentary Friends of End of Life Care Group hosted a luncheon at Parliament House to celebrate National Palliative Care Week.

  3. Palliative Care Australia has published its Service Delivery Review Communique #1. The report is a review and update of palliative care planning guides.

  4. PCA is seeking two expereienced people to join our passionate team based in Canberra in full-time policy roles. Applications close 10 March 2017.  National Policy and Program Manager Reporting to the CEO, you’ll be responsible for leading the policy, advocacy and programs agenda to position PCA as a respected national leader in end of life […]

  5. Holiday Closure

    23 December 2016

    Palliative Care Australia’s office will be closed between 23 December 2016 – 3 January 2017. We wish everyone a very happy festive season and thank you for your support in 2016. 

  6. PCA received a grant from the NIB Foundation to develop an app and linked online tool to help people with life-limiting illnesses and their caregivers to build a community around the person with the life-limiting illness. PCA is currently working with a developer to scope the app in order to develop a contract for the […]

  7. Today, November 1st, marks the second day in the three day Latin American holiday Dia de los Muertos which honours the dead with festivals and lively celebrations.  The customs combine indigenous Aztec rituals with those of the Catholic holiday All Saints Day or All Souls Day.  Dia de los Muetos celebrates the lives of the […]

  8. Palliative Care Australia has published its annual report for 2015-2016. Read it here or click the cover below.  

  9. PCA attended the Canberra National Palliative Care Strategy workshops on 4-5 August 2016. These were a good opportunity to provide feedback on the strengths of the current strategy and on opportunities for improvement and priorities for the future. Discussion included identifying opportunities to make the Strategy more active, such as through an implementation plan and […]

  10. The Australian Government Department of Health has commissioned Urbis, social research and evaluation consultants, to conduct an evaluation of the National Palliative Care Strategy 2010 (the Strategy).  The purpose of the evaluation is to assess the value and effectiveness of the Strategy, and identify new and emerging priorities and opportunities in relation to palliative care […]

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