The 13th Australian Palliative Care Conference 2015

Presentations from Friday

Session Name Speakers
D1.1 D1.1 - Experiences and Attitudes of Palliative Care Nurses Caring for Patients with Chronic Disease Debbie White
D1.2 D1.2 - Patient outcomes in palliative care – a National perspective of malignant and non-malignant diseases Kathy Eagar
D1.3 D1.3 - Experiences of people with Motor Neurone Disease (MND) receiving the news of the diagnosis: a national survey. Samar Aoun
D1.4 D1.4 - Palliative Care Management of Creutzfeld-Jakob Disease Danielle Bach
D2.1 D2.1 - Formal and informal: can service providers and networks of care successfully collaborate in home care? John Rosenberg
D2.2 D2.2 - Building a Blueprint for Improvement in NSW Rob Wilkins
D2.3 D2.3 - Partners at the finishing line: a collaborative model of care for the future  Jolanta Swierczynski
D2.4 D2.4 - Partnering – The key to successfully supporting people to die at home or remain at home as long as possible in regional NSW. Kath Skinner
D3.1 D3.1 - Research to fit us for the future Joachim Cohen
D3.2 D3.2 - Chronic Disease: The challenge of care and resource allocation for palliative care services Peter Allcroft
D4.1 D4.1 - Building delirium recognition and assessment practice in the palliative care inpatient setting: a mixed methods knowledge translation study Annmarie Hosie
D4.2 D4.2 - Where is the theory in theory meets practice? Moira O'Connor
D4.3 D4.3 - Safety reporting in multi-site clinical trials in palliative care. Belinda Fazekas
D4.4 D4.4 - Searching skills of palliative care clinicians Jennifer Tieman
D5.1 D5.1 - Transferring learning into palliative care practice: Preparing effective workplace activities following clinical placements in palliative care Stuart Ekberg
D5.2 D5.2 - Paediatric Nutrition: “To feed, or not to feed, that is the question” Sara Fleming
D5.3 D5.3 - Are WE fit for the future? Self-care strategies to future-proof compassionate palliative care. Jason Mills
D5.4 D5.4 - Hospital admissions at the end of life: Reasons, appropriateness and avoidability Joachim Cohen
D6.1 D6.1 - The Approach To End-Of-Life Care: A Community Pharmacy’s Perspective Paul Tait
D6.2 D6.2 - Supporting a ‘good death’ in residential aged care settings Jenny Davis
D6.3 D6.3 - Exploring, recognising and preparing for palliative care needs in lung transplantation Chi Li
D6.4 D6.4 - Decision making at the end of life for terminally ill people who live alone Kim Skett
D6.5 D6.5 - “Road-tripping” – taking specialist palliative care consultancy on the road Aisling Griffin