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From Palliative Care Australia Palliative Matters Stories about living, dying and Palliative Care

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  1. Lucinda Barry is Dying to Talk during DonateLife Week

    1 August 2018

    For many people in palliative care, tissue and organ donation (e.g. corneal donation) is still a possibility and should be discussed as part of end-of-life conversations. Chief Executive Officer of Organ and Tissue Authority, Lucinda Barry, took some time this week to speak with Palliative Matters to discuss some of her end-of-life wishes using the Dying to Talk Discussion Starter.

  2. Sarah Richards of Marrawuy Journeys is Dying to Talk

    11 July 2018

    This NAIDOC week, Sarah answers questions from the Dying to Talk Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Discussion Starter which aims to assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to start thinking about what would happen if they were so sick that someone else had to make decisions for them.

  3. Tina Pidcock is dying to talk using the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Discussion Starter

    26 October 2017

    Tina Pidcock is a proud Aboriginal woman from the Bundjalung Nation. Her passion has always been working to improve health outcomes for her people and now this has been extended to palliative care.

  4. Royal Flying Doctor Service is dying to talk in the bush and map gaps in palliative care services

    20 October 2017

    Royal Flying Doctor Service doctors, nurses and pilots are embarking on a new Dying to Talk in the Bush project to support people living in rural and remote areas to discuss their end-of-life wishes and map gaps in palliative care access.

  5. Kelly Arthurs is dying to talk

    5 October 2017

    Sydney-based HammondCare clinical nurse consultant, Kelly Arthurs, provides palliative care education in residential care settings. She answers questions from the Dying to Talk Discussion Starter.

  6. Michelle Hooke is dying to talk using the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Discussion Starter

    18 September 2017

    Michelle Hooke is an Aboriginal woman who, as a registered nurse, has specialised in palliative care since 2002. She has worked as a palliative care nurse consultant and nurse unit manager in inpatient, community and acute settings. Michelle answers questions from the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Discussion Starter.

  7. Rebecca Wessels is dying to talk using the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Discussion Starter

    15 August 2017

    Rebecca Wessels is the first person to answer questions from the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Discussion Starter for Palliative Matters. She has a passion for preserving the language and culture of her Peramangk and Ngarrindjeri Aboriginal heritage.

  8. Zoe Mitchell is dying to talk

    21 April 2017

    WA social worker Zoe Mitchell won Palliative Care Australia’s inaugural ‘Emerging Leader’ prize in 2015 for her untiring patient advocacy and commitment to palliative care. She would not want to waste time and energy on futile treatments and investigations at the end of life. But she would want kisses from her crazy little puppy.

  9. Christopher McGowan is dying to talk

    12 April 2017

    Christopher McGowan has been CEO of Silver Chain Group for 10 years. Having the opportunity to die at home with his daughters caring for him, in the same place where he cared for them, is important to him.

  10. Russell Armstrong is dying to talk

    14 March 2017

    Spiritual care worker Russell Armstrong has spent much of his professional life helping others to process the unwelcome reality of their dying. He answers questions from the Dying to Talk Discussion Starter.

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