Lecture venues, dates and times
Palmerston North: first Thursday of each month, 7.30am – 8.30am (light breakfast provided), at Arohanui Hospice (seminar room), 1 Heretaunga Street, Palmerston North.
Levin: first Thursday of each month, 7.30am – 8.30am at Horowhenua Health Centre, Liverpool Street, Levin.
No registrations required.
February 7th: Palliative Care for People with Dementia - Dr Stephen MacFarlane, Head of Clinical Governance for the Dementia Centre, Hammond Care.
March 7th: Doing death differently - Dr Kathryn Mannix, UK Palliative Care Specialist.
April 4th: Palliative and End of Life Care for People with Intellectual Disability - Prudence Lennox, Director of Nursing, IDEA Services, Wellington.
May 2nd: Understanding the impact of new public health approaches and end of life care - Dr Libby Sallnow, Palliative Medicine Consultant, UK and Honorary Senior Clinicial, UCL and St Christopher’s Hospice, UK.
June 6th: The role of oxygen in palliative care Dr Rachel Wiseman, Consultant in Respiratory and Palliative Medicine, Christchurch Hospital.
July 4th: Update on Euthanasia - Dr Sinéad Donnelly, Consultant Internal Medicine, CCDHB, Wellington.
August 1st: Pressure injury prevention and skin care at end of life - Associate Professor Geoff Sussman, Monash Institute for Health and Clinical Education, Monash University.
September 5th: “The Safe Death” from the perspectives of patients and family caregivers - Dr Sue Rainsford, Palliative Medicine Specialist, Cooma Calvary Health Care Bruce Clare Holland House, Canberra.
October 3rd: Approaching the veil: Traditional Maori end-of-life care customs - Dr Tess Moeke-Maxwell, Research Fellow, University of Auckland.
November 7th: What’s new in Nausea & Vomiting - Dr Lana Ferguson, Palliative Medicine, Waikato District Health Board.
December 5th: Interdisciplinary Care - Professor Marion Jones, Professor of Interprofessional Learning, Dean, Graduate Research School, Auckland.