Aged care workers to get more critical support when delivering end-of-life palliative care services

By ANMJ Staff|
May 26th, 2022|

As National Palliative Care Week comes to a close, the Flinders University in South Australia has announced new research projects that are looking to providing [...]

Just launched! PaCE – the Palliative Care Education Directory App

By Patsy Yates and Kylie Ash|
April 21st, 2022|

The PaCE app provides the right resources, for the right people, with the right approach to develop the right palliative care capabilities. PaCE is a [...]

How hospital staff say goodbye to dying patients – Evaluation of an online education module: Imminent death

By Deb Rawlings, Megan Winsall, Huahua Yin and Kim Devery|
March 4th, 2022|

Deaths in hospitals are common in developed countries (Smith-Stoner and Hand, 2012). In Australia, over half of expected deaths occur in these settings and it [...]

How Music therapy can support patients during their healthcare journey

By Ben Rodin|
January 20th, 2022|

Music therapy can have a significant impact on the health and wellbeing of patients at the Austin Health’s Olivia Newton John (ONJ) Cancer Wellness & [...]

Training to support end of life nursing practice: End of Life Law for Clinicians

By Prof Patsy Yates, Dr Rachel Feeney, Ms Penny Neller, Prof Ben White, Prof Lindy Willmott and A/Prof Shih-Ning Then|
September 14th, 2021|

Training to support end of life nursing practice: End of Life Law for Clinicians

Compassion Fatigue and Work Productivity among Palliative Care Nurses in Australia

By ANMJ contributor|
July 14th, 2021|

A team of nursing researchers at La Trobe University are seeking palliative care nurses to participate in an online survey about how work productivity could [...]

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