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Goals of Care (GoC) is now more Relevant Than Ever Before with COVID - 19 Webinar

Date: Wed 6 May 2020

Time: Registration 7am, 7.15-8.15am

Venue: Webinar

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General Practitioners and Practice Nurses in a primary health setting

Goals of Care (GoC) is now more relevant than ever before as we deal with the biggest health crisis in our lifetimes.

Join Dr Jacquie Garton-Smith, alongside Ms Val Colgan, to discuss where GoC fits in care planning and end-of-life conversations, and its relevance for GPs in practice.

This session will enable you to get a greater understanding of the use of GoC, the My Health Record, HealthPathways WA and other resources. There will be opportunity to ask questions about current practice and pilots in this area.

Presented by
Dr Jacquie Garton-Smith
Royal Perth Hospital Liaison GP and Clinical Lead for Primary Care Integration, Health Networks, Department of Health WA

Ms Valerie Colgan
Staff Development Educator
Clinical Implementation Unit, WA Cancer and Palliative Care Network

This activity has now been accredited for ACRRM for 1 PDP point. ACRRM ID is 20058.

This education is a CPD Activity under the RACGP CPD. The activity ID is 198432.


This event is in collaboration with WAPHA/ HealthPathways

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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


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