Despite all the best planning, medical emergencies can occur in your palliative patients. Rapid recognition and response is vital to ensure reduced suffering and maintain quality of your palliative patient’s life.
- Gain or refresh your knowledge to be vigilant to the signs or symptoms of a palliative medical emergency in your patient
- Maintain quality of life for a palliative patient and avoid unnecessary suffering
- Understand and respect the patient’s wishes and concerns
- Know when to involve or link back into palliative care services
Dr Yamin Myat Aye, Palliative Care Physician
Kalamunda Hospital and Pilbara Regional consultant
Information and Online Registraton: For more information and to register please see the Emergencies in Palliative Care flyer (82kb).Complete registration online at https://emergencies-4-mar-2019.eventbrite.com.au.
Registering for all PaSCE events and workshops is essential. Please ensure that you register all participants’ direct contact details to ensure that they receive all the required event information directly. Unfortunately we have had an increasing number of “No Shows” at our events during 2019. PaSCE will be charging a non-attendance fee for all events where there has been no notice of cancellation prior to the event. The fee will be the cost of the event for paid events or $20 per person for free events.
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