Palliative and Supportive Care Education (PaSCE)

PaSCE offer a variety of programs which are aimed at increasing knowledge and understanding of palliative care in all settings. We can tailor education for your specific workplace if requested.

Our education programs are facilitated by Project Officers in collaboration with expert palliative care clinical providers and health professionals.

2018 PaSCE education events

During the second half of 2018 PaSCE are offering a variety of new events covering various aspects of palliative care.

PaSCE 2018 events are available in the Health Professionals Calendar. To view and register for events, please go to our online Health Professionals Calendar

 

Palliative and Supportive Care Education (PaSCE)

Download the second half of 2018 education program.  

Palliative and Supportive Care Education Second Semester 2018

 Download PaSCE Booklet (pdf, 1001kb)

For a printable quick view of our 2018 July to December education see the "At a Glance" calendar (pdf, 116kb).

All registrations are online, registrations are essential as places are limited. Simply click on the event you wish to register for in the Health Professionals Calendar and scroll down to the Eventbrite link, click on this to go to the online registration form for that session. 

For information on details we collect, please see our Privacy Collection Statement.

If you would like further details regarding any of our education programs, or would like to be added to our mailing list, please call (08) 9382 9300 or email pasce@cancerwa.asn.au

Communication workshops for health professionals

In partnership with Cancer Council Victoria, PaSCE delivers the Cancer Clinicians Communication Course (CCCP) for Western Australian Cancer and Palliative Care Health Professionals. This interactive, experiential, simulation, patient-based communication course is delivered by trained facilitators and expert mentors.

Undertaking the CCCP Comunication skills training can;

  • Enhance your communication skills & improve your resilience
  • Allow you to discuss difficult issues more effectively with patients, their families and friends
  • Improve patient understanding and satisfaction, facilitating shorter consultation times

"The facilitator's were great and provided great encouragement"

"Being asked individually what we find most difficult in communication and having the opportunity to face that"

"The workshop was great! very beneficial and useful for my role"

For further information or to register for a Communication workshop, please click here (pdf, 155kb).

PaSCE is financially supported by Cancer Council WA and Department of Health WA.

Palliative Care Quality Improvement Scholarship

The Palliative Care Quality Improvement Scholarship (PCQIS), funded through the McLarty Bequest offers specialist palliative care service providers in Western Australia an opportunity to develop and implement a quality improvement initiative within their workplace.

Scholarships have been awarded. 

More information on future scholarships will be announced second half 2018.

McLarty Palliative Care Scholarship

The McLarty Palliative Care Scholarships are open to Registered Nurses and Allied Health Professionals working or interested in Palliative Care. Scholarships are awarded to nurses and allied health staff who seek to complete a Post Graduate Certificate, Post Graduate Diploma or Masters in Palliative Care or a relevant field.

For more information please read the Scholarship Guidelines and application form or  contact (08) 9382 9334.

Other useful resources

WA Cancer & Palliative Care Network

Palliative Care WA website - information for Health Professionals

Care Search

Palliative Care Curriculum for Undergraduates

Palliative Care Australia

A guide for GP's to access palliative care services in Western Australia

Advance Care Planning

Palliative Care Outreach Service (24 hour advisory service for Doctor's & Nurses) Call 1300 55 86 55
Cultural Considerations; Providing end of life care for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander People

Indigenous Palliative Care Comic

Palliative Care Onlines Case Studies (Self Directed Learning)

Evidence based clinical guidelines for adults in the terminal phase

Dying Matters

Supportive & Palliative Care Indicators Tool (SPICT)

Palliative Care Outcomes Collaboration (PCOC)

Therapeutic Guidelines Palliative Care Version 4