Palliative Care Lecture Series 2019 - Arohanui Hospice

Palliative Care Lecture Series 2019

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For healthcare professionals with an interest in palliative care.

Thanks to the generous support of the Cancer Research Trust NZ, Hospice NZ is delighted to present the Palliative Care Lecture Series 2019, hosted by hospices throughout the country.

The lectures are delivered via teleconference with a Powerpoint presentation that the speaker guides participants through. This education opportunity is designed to suit the needs of a multidisciplinary audience with an interest in Palliative Care.

These lectures are also an ideal opportunity for those in General Practice to fulfil the annual one hour update requirements.

All health colleagues and partners are very welcome to attend.

These sessions are free of charge and no registration is required.

Click here to view and download the 2019 schedule.

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.

2019 lectures

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.