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Advance Care Planning Workshops for Residential Aged Care

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Advance Care Planning Workshops: Residential Aged Care

Date: Saturday 16 October

Time: 8.30am - 9.30am

Venue: Virtual

Designed for: GPs and Locum services

Palliative and Supportive Care Education (PaSCE) are pleased to announce the launch of the Advance Care Planning for Residential Aged Care Workshops for 2021. These workshops are available to all staff in residential aged care facilities and provide tailored education for these staff to increase organisational advance care planning (ACP) knowledge.

The implementation of ACP practices within residential aged care facilities promotes compliance to the Aged Care Quality Standards (2019) Standards 1, 2 and 3 and the National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards, ‘Partnering with consumers’ and ‘Comprehensive care’.

Overview

As any GP working in aged care is aware, palliative care is intrinsically linked with their practices. It is well recognized that that GPs play an essential role in ACP and palliative care in residential aged care facilities. This short session will aim to provide GPs with knowledge and tools to further evolve their palliative care and ACP practice.

This workshop supports the practitioner to meet the delivery of person-centred care, dignity and avoidance of suffering as expected by community.

“Community expectation of person-centred health care, self- determination, dignity and the avoidance of suffering, have focused attention on advance care planning. Nationally, The Palliative Care Strategy and The National Framework for Advance Care Directives, prioritise advance care planning and advance care directives. “(1)

Learning areas

  • Interpret Advance Care Planning information and consider how to integrate into practice.
  • Increase understanding of Palliative Care in Residential Aged Care.
  • Discuss the challenges of ACP in aged care.

Register yourself and team members into one or more of the appropriate workshops to grow your successful ACP practice.

Presented by: Experienced clinician and presenter, Dr Lucy Kilshaw

Consultant Geriatrician, Royal Perth Hospital, MBCHB MRCP (UK) FRACP

Dr Lucy Kilshaw is an experienced Consultant Geriatrician at Royal Perth Hospital (RPH) and was the Director of Post Graduate Medical Education at RPH until February 2021

Lucy and her postgraduate team developed the successful Royal Perth Hospital Doctors Wellbeing Program, which saw the introduction of a full-time wellbeing officer dedicated to Junior Medical staff. In 2017 Lucy was the recipient of the Royal Perth Bentley Group Outstanding Service Award – Medical Professional – for her commitment to the teaching and wellbeing of junior medical staff at RPH. Lucy was nominated by her peers for her exemplary leadership and advocacy regarding junior doctors’ welfare, and her unwavering commitment to medical education at RPH.

The Confederation of Postgraduate Medical Education Councils Australia and New Zealand Clinical Educator of the Year award has been presented annually since 2010. Dr Lucy Kilshaw, recipient of the 2018 Western Australian Clinical Educator of the Year award, was selected as the national 2018 winner from a highly competitive pool of seven other recipients across Australia and New Zealand. The award recognises clinical educators across Australia and New Zealand who have made a significant contribution to the education and training / mentoring of junior doctors.

Known for her friendly, nurturing, and approachable nature, Lucy has had a significant role in contributing to mentoring and development of Junior Medical Officers at RPH as well as continuing to explore new and innovative ways to improve clinical outcomes through technology. Lucy has been part of PaSCE education, including our successful Communication Skills Education Videos for Health Professionals (cancerwa.asn.au). Lucy is a leader in the team delivering a RPH Pilot - Goals of Patient Care communication training with a simulated patient: May to July 2020 in collaboration with PaSCE.

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Dr Lucy Kilshaw named the 2018 National Clinical Educator of the Year (health.wa.gov.au)

Dr Lucy Kilshaw - Geriatrician | HealthShare

Communication Skills Education Videos for Health Professionals (cancerwa.asn.au)

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Advance Care Planning Australia; Education Capability Framework: 2020 Implementation Guidehttps://www.advancecareplanning.org.au/docs/default-source/acpa-resource-library/acpa-learning/education-framework/acpa-education-capability-framework-guide.pdf

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Palliative care education for health professionals, health care workers and palliative care volunteers across WA.

Our events are aimed at increasing knowledge and understanding of palliative care for health professionals caring for any person with a life-limiting illness in all settings.

The education programs are facilitated by project officers in collaboration with expert palliative care clinical providers and health professionals. Tailored education to meet specific requirements is available as we continue to improve and develop our programs to meet the growing demand for palliative and supportive care education.

PaSCE is supported by Cancer Council of WA and the WA Cancer and Palliative Care Network, WA Department of Health.

Our events are PRIVATELY LISTED, to view what is coming up visit our Health Professionals Calendar

https://www.cancerwa.asn.au/articles/calendar/calendar-health-professional-training-seminars-and/

To be added our MAILING LIST please email pasce@cancerwa.asn.au.

 

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