PalliLeader | 13 July | Spring Hill

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Palliative Care Queensland - Village Green

119 Leichhardt St

Spring Hill, QLD 4000

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4-hour intensive face-to-face education course for people looking to develop skills within Palliative Care leadership, media & advocacy.

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The PalliLeader course is a 4-hour course designed for you to develop skills and knowledge, and to grow your confidence in the space of media and relationships, leadership, and advocacy in palliative care.

The course will combine practical skills, theory and lessons learnt from the peak body Palliative Care Queensland.

Training includes:

• What is palliative care and why do we need leaders?

• Leadership theory and skills

• Media and relationship skills

• Advocacy skills

• Sharing your story

• Self care

Places are limited, cost: $500 per attendee (includes a light refreshment)

Discounts available for PCQ members (15% off) or for health card holder, please contact PCQ team at hello@palliativecareqld.org.au

Our office is situated near Central Station and close to bus stop 140 and 164.

Unfortunately we do not have an access to free car parks, please use street parking or the following car parks:

Astor Tce Car Park | Wickham Tce Car Park | SecureParking – 67 Astor Tce

Please visit our website palliativecareqld.org.au/pallilearn for further information.

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Palliative Care Queensland - Village Green

119 Leichhardt St

Spring Hill, QLD 4000

Australia

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Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

Organiser Palliative Care Queensland

Organiser of PalliLeader | 13 July | Spring Hill

Palliative Care Queensland (PCQ) is a leading charity and independent peak body representing palliative care providers, consumers and their families and those with an interest in palliative care in Queensland. PCQ was established in 1988 and is a membership-based organisation, supporting the individuals, families, carers, community members, as well as specialist and generalist health care professionals working with Queenslanders experiencing serious illness, dying, death and grief. Collectively, the PCQ membership body holds tremendous knowledge and wisdom about the challenges the sector faces and the opportunities those challenges can bring. PCQ is a founding member of Palliative Care Australia.

Our belief: The way we care for our dying is a significant indicator of our society’s values

Our mission: Quality care at the end of life for all

Our vision: to hear Queensland community members say:

“I live in a community where everybody recognises that we all have a role to play in supporting each other in times of loss, ageing, dying and grief. We are ready, willing and confident to have conversations about living, ageing, dying and grieving well, and to support each other in emotional and practical ways”.

PCQ is committed to hosting an inclusive event. We want everyone to feel welcome. We encourage people of all genders, gender identities and expressions, nationalities, sexual orientations, ages, cultural backgrounds, and religions (or lack thereof) to attend. We are committed to supporting our participants' accessibility needs. Please contact the team if you have any special needs that we should be aware of for this event.

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