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|
2021-09-22T08:57:44+10:00
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|
2021-07-14T13:08:22+10:00
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 [...]

Palliative Care provision during COVID-19 – Reflections of Clinical Nurse Consultants

By Anita Haines, Kirsten Mitchener, Loretta Williams, Marianne Phillips, Fiona Grimaldi and Margaret Shaw|
2021-05-26T10:39:24+10:00
May 25th, 2021|

Palliative Care provision during COVID-19 – Reflections of Clinical Nurse Consultants

Palliative Care an “opportunity and honour” for those who participate within the sector

By Ben Rodin|
2020-10-09T10:01:38+11:00
November 25th, 2020|

If you have recently been involved in palliative care nursing, there is every chance you have encountered Christopher Cliffe or Peter Jenkin in Victoria or [...]

Providing palliative care in remote India

By Naomi Quinliven and Natalie Dragon|
2019-07-16T12:14:41+10:00
July 14th, 2019|

“Even though we are in two different worlds, developing and developed, the scenario and humanitarian nature of palliative care is universal,” says palliative care clinical [...]

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