The 13th Australian Palliative Care Conference 2015

Presentations from Wednesday

Session Name Speakers
A1.1 A1.1 - Diagnoses, symptoms and 
outcomes in aged care residents referred to a 
community palliative care service
Catherine Brimblecombe
A1.2 A1.2 - Translating Knowledge into Practice: The Impact of the Palliative Approach Toolkit Deborah Parker
A1.3 A1.3 - The Role of specialist palliative care in dementia; The EPC dementia project Jeanette Liebelt
A1.4 A1.4 - The Importance of Residential Aged Care in Palliative Care in New Zealand Heather McLeod
A1.5 A1.5 - The EoL Dementia Care E Learning Resource Helene Hipp
A1.6 A1.6 - Specialist Palliative Care Services: Support for Aged Care Services Deborah Parker
A2.1 A2.1 - Exploring patient and carer experience of a community palliative care telehealth intervention Deidre Morgan
A2.2 A2.2 - Electronic screening for cancer pain and other symptoms:  fit for the future? Mary-Rose Birch
A2.3 A2.3 - Implementation of a pilot telehealth program in community palliative care: the perspectives of palliative care clinicians. Aileen Collier
A2.4 A2.4 - Reaching the masses: using Facebook to explain palliative care Leeroy William
A2.5 A2.5 - Social media advocacy to crowd-source funding for palliative repatriation: A Case Study from Palliverse Craig Sinclair
A2.6 A2.6 - Smart Phone Apps and General Practitioners: A Portable Solution for Community Care Paul Tait
A3.1 A3.1 - Randomised double blind placebo controlled phase II trial of melatonin for prevention of delirium in inpatients with advanced cancer Tim Luckett
A3.2 A3.2 - Ketamine use in hospice patients before and after the randomised controlled trial of ketamine in cancer pain: A single centre retrospective review  Alison White
A3.3 A3.3 - End of life medications in NZ:  Variations over time and context Brian Ensor
A3.4 A3.4 - Defining and identifying opioid errors in adult palliative care and oncology settings: The PERISCOPE Study. Nicole Heneka
A3.5 A3.5 - Transition to palliative care for patients with metastatic prostate cancer: A population cohort study Anna Collins
A3.6 A3.6 - Effect of a proactive model of palliative care service delivery in Residential Aged Care Facilities on hospitalisation and location of death Nikki Johnston
A4.1 A4.1 - Research: Patient preference regarding place of death in the Australian rural setting Joanne Cooper
A4.2 A4.2 - Nga rangahau awarua: co-production of knowledge in bicultural palliative care research with Māori in Aotearoa, New Zealand Merryn Gott
A4.3 A4.3 - End-of-life care: a comparison of palliative care patient symptom management in regional and rural community settings Greg Barclay
A4.4 A4.4 - The DHHS Victorian Aboriginal Palliative Care Collaborative Steve Kirkbright
A4.5 A4.5 - Kwatja kwenye – Without water Fred Miegel
A4.6 A4.6 - Strengths and complexities of Bicultural practice Tracey Watters
A5.1 A5.1 - Patients views about physiotherapy in palliative care: A series of case studies Pauline Cerdor
A5.2 A5.2 - A Continuous Quality Improvement Collaborative Project: Support for Carers of Palliative Care Patients Amanda Henderson
A5.3 A5.3 - Work is an important - and neglected - issue in palliative care Gail Eva
A5.4 A5.4 - Music Therapy & Paediatric Palliative Care: exploring the effect of music therapy on perceived pain and memory making. Angela Delaney
A5.5 A5.5 - Establishing a volunteer based Dignity Therapy service Russell Armstrong
A5.6 A5.6 - Palliative rehabilitation: a qualitative study of Australian practice and attitudes Fiona Runacres
A6.1 A6.1 - Over the Silver Rainbow Samantha Edmonds
A6.2 A6.2 - Using the arts to engage and build capacity about dying, death and loss. Kerrie Noonan