PaSCE video resources
Culturally Appropriate Palliative Care in the West Kimberley
A PaSCE collaboration with the Yiriman Project
This educational video resource is made for health professionals working with Aboriginal people, especially those originating from the West Kimberley region and was developed in collaboration with the Yiriman Project.
This resource is for educational purposes only. It may contain images, works and descriptions that could be culturally sensitive and which might not normally be used in public and community contexts.
Cancer Council WA acknowledges the Yawuru people as the Traditional Custodians of the land where this resource was filmed. We would also like to pay respect to the elders past, present and emerging and offer our acknowledgement and respect to other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who were involved in the development of this resource.
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Spotlight on Pharmacological Interventions for Palliative Care Symptoms
New Video Resource - A series of six
Presented by: Penelope Tuffin, Advanced Practice Pharmacist, Palliative Care and Pain Management
For personal Professional Development or use as an education resource.
1. Medications at end of life 4. Dyspnoea in palliative care
2. Pain management in palliative care 5. Delirium in palliative care
3. Nausea and vomiting in palliative care 6. Constipation in palliative care
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Opioid Conversion video
CCWA and WA Cancer and Palliative Care Network (WACPCN) have developed training videos to support the Opioid Conversion Guide (lanyard) that can be ordered from WACPCN . This resource has been developed and presented by Penelope Tuffin, Advanced Practice Pharmacist. To access this preferred resource for use in Western Australia please complete the required form here (553kb).
Penny divides her clinical time between Palliative Care Consultancy Teams at Fiona Stanley and Royal Perth Hospitals, the Palliative Care Unit at Bethesda Hospital and the Pain Team at Royal Perth Hospital. She provides advice, education and mentoring for health care professionals and undergraduate students throughout Western Australia.
Disclaimer: Content is correct at time of filming. All rights reserved by Penelope Tuffin and Cancer Council Western Australia.