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#HelloMyNameIsNeil Jun 13
Dear followers, RETWEET and LIKE if you can help me out.
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Jonathan Ellis Jun 16
Let’s hope that the (rumoured) 3.4% funding increase per year to be announced tomorrow trickles down to investment in and in the community
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Dr Michael Tatterton Jun 15
Just submitted my abstract for the national conference in November on the impact and development needs of independent non-medical in ’s . Fingers crossed!
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Tog4ShortLivesPolicy 3h
Thank you to for joining the call for the Children's Hospice Grant to be increased to £25million, in recognition of the growing demand for children's , during today's debate on
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Dr Michael Connolly Jun 14
Delighted to have collaborated with Prof Catriona Kennedy on a chapter exploring the advanced nursing role in palliative care. Palliative Care Nursing (3rd Ed.) now published via
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NIProjectECHO Jun 12
Palliative Care Pharmacies ECHO session this evening is on Medicines Management with educator Claire Irwin
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Chi Li Jun 13
Prof Deliens poses more “burning questions” in - Are our current models of care sustainable? Are they actually valid & meaningful in real life (outside research settings)?
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Darren Henson Jun 20
Morning walk to meet Senators & educate on . All our loved ones and ourselves will need & benefit from .
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A.E. Turnbull Jun 17
Our new paper is a little complicated so here’s a walkthrough. The full text is here: The accepted manuscript is available with a license here: 1/
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Catherine Walshe Jun 17
Starts tomorrow (18th June) - FREE course
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Dr Susan Crabtree Jun 19
how people die remains in the memories of those who live. Reflective thoughts as I my father at the end of his life. The verb midwife - “a person or thing that helps to bring something into being or assists in its development" - many faces of midwifery
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VCCC PalMed Research Jun 19
New scholarship on in the emergency department: EOIs open for unique opportunity to join our team to develop & trial innovative system responses to needs in the ED. Supervision & enrolment thr . Contact us to discuss!
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PalliativeCareRes Jun 15
This new exciting building is possible because of so many who have helped us over the last 3 years. I would like to take this opportunity to thank our generous donors who believed in our vision to consolidate our two sites.
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ELDAC Jun 14
Interesting to hear from Jane Mahoney from Palliative Aged Care Consultancy Service (PACCS) about the benefits of in
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Kate Courtright 20h
Exciting stuff! I’m proud to be working with Penn Palliative Care and ⁦⁩ on smarter ways to deliver earlier high quality to the patients most likely to benefit
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Kristin Edwards Jun 19
Yes!! This is why I chose . It's not about dying. Palliative Care is all about LIVING well, which cannot be done unless you acknowledge all of life, including the inevitability of death.
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Simon Lewis Jun 19
Attended a superb conference today re: 21st century considerations My two big takeaways. 1/ Digital legacy must be included in ACP. 2/ Huge benefit in from tools and music with
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ELDAC Jun 19
Did you get snapped at the ELDAC launch last Friday? Check out some of our guest photos from the launch or contact us at eldac.project@flinders.edu.au to grab your copy!
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Dr Deborah Fisher Jun 19
Happy to share our manuscript hot off the presses. I’m especially proud of my mentee Dr Alyson McGhan Johnson and many thanks to editor & coauthor and coauthors Dr Jowell and Dr Speate
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Jane Connolly Jun 19
webinar with Dr David Saner from TAS. Almost 200 attendees must be a hot topic for rural doctors
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