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Seminar Room

Cancer Council WA

15 Bedbrook Place

ShentonPark, WA 6008

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Communication for Aged Care

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A safe space to discuss death and dying. This interactive workshop highlights challenges and concerns in discussing death and dying with teams, residents and families. A scenario based workshop utilising current evidence-based tools.

Learning areas

  • Determining the need to have the conversations
  • How to have the conversations
  • Theory behind good communication
  • Why good communication matters

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Date: Monday 8 April Registration 8.45am, 9am - 4pm

Venue: Seminar Room, Cancer Council WA at 15 Bedbrook Place, Shenton Park

Designed for: Health care professionals working in aged care facilities; Doctors, Registered Nurses, Enrolled Nurses, Allied Health Professionals, Facility Managers, Pastoral Care Workers, Aboriginal Health Workers, Counsellors

Presented by

Grace Buchanan, Communication Facilitator and PaSCE Manager

Ed Gaudion, Clinical Nurse, MPaCCS Specialist Palliative Care team

Tina Dobrin, Senior Social Worker, MPaCCS Specialist Palliative Care team

Bethesda Health Care’s Metropolitan Palliative Care Consultancy Service (MPaCCS) is a mobile specialist palliative care team, focusing on capacity building of the palliative care sector workforce through training, education, assistance and mentoring where there are currently no specialist palliative care consultation services available for residents or patients, including Residential aged care facilities.

Parking: Free parking is available at 15 Bedbrook Place. See the map below for visitors parking information and directions to the Seminar Room.

Parking map Shenton Park



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Cancer Council WA

15 Bedbrook Place

ShentonPark, WA 6008

Australia

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