Bereavement support for family carers in palliative care: What does it take to make it better? Video Conference

Event Date: Wednesday 7 March, 2018
Venue:Video Conference
Target Audience:Doctors, Registered Nurses, Enrolled Nurses, Allied Health professionals, Facility Managers, Pastoral Care Workers, Aboriginal Health Workers
Registration information:Registration is essential as places are limited. Register online at
Contact Details:Phone Palliative and Supportive Care Education (PaSCE) on 9382 9300 or email

PaSCE is excited to share with health professional’s relevant research that is being undertaken within our own state by our own experts. 


How can we improve bereavement support? In this video conference we will look at the practice of bereavement support in palliative care services as experienced by the bereaved in a national survey, within the framework of clinical practice guidelines and the public health model.

Presented by: Professor Samar Aoun, Curtin University, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine

Samar is a palliative care researcher with a public health approach and a focus on under-served population groups such as people with Motor Neurone Disease, terminally ill people who live alone and family carers’ pre and post-bereavement.

Information and Online Registraton: For more information and to register please see Bereavement support for family carers in palliative care: What does it take to make it better? video conference flyer (74kb). Complete registration online at

Enquiries: please email or phone 9382 9300.

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