AUSTRALIA Palliative Approach to Care from a Culture-Centred Perspective

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PEPA aims to improve health professionals' knowledge, skills and confidence in the palliative approach to care

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This two-part series is aimed at health care professionals working with people from culturally and linguistically diverse communities who have a life-limiting illness.

Information provided will cover the fundamentals of the palliative approach to care whilst supporting culturally appropriate and sensitive palliative care.

These workshops will provide participants with a greater understanding of cultural considerations when providing palliative care and how these learnings might be incorporated within the facilities and services in which they work.

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* To appreciate diversity in contemporary Australian society

* To work with people who have a life-limiting illness and their families to understand their culture-based needs

* To communicate effectively with people of diverse cultures who have a life-limiting illness and their families

* To reflect upon how my own culture impacts on my care of people who have a life-limiting illness and their families

* To apply the principles of culture-centred care when caring for people who have a life-limiting illness and their families

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Tuesday 4th May 2021 - 10:30 to 1:00 Principles of Palliative Care

Tuesday 11th May 2021 - 10:30 to 1:00 Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in Australia

This series will be co-facilitated with Ruth Osborne (PICAC Officer) from the Migrant Resource Centre, Tasmania.

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