Integrated Palliative Care – what does this mean in 2017?

The team at @Palliverse are huge fans of Prof Jenny Philip, an inspirational speaker and all round wise and skilled person!

Come along to Monday Lunch (it’s a good lunch) next week and see Jenny share her thoughts on

Monday Lunch Live with Prof Jennifer Philip

8th May 2017

The Role of Integrated Palliative Medicine in Best Cancer Care

Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre

Lecture Theatre B, Level 7

305 Grattan St, Melbourne, VIC 3000

Book Now : come along, catch up live via webinar, or later when you have time. 

Modern comprehensive cancer care involves the rapid and systematic translation of research findings from the laboratory bench to the bedside of the person with cancer. Best cancer care is up to date, evidence based and peer reviewed. Recent evidence suggests that palliative care has benefits for patients’ well-being and quality of life, with improvements extending to the patient’s family and to the ways which patients engage with health care systems. Yet despite this evidence, palliative care integration remains, at best, patchy.

Professor Jennifer Philip, VCCC Chair of Palliative Medicine at The University of Melbourne, St Vincent’s Hospital and VCCC, will discuss current patterns of cancer care as people approach the final stages of life in Victoria. The current role of palliative care will be explored, along with the challenges that recent palliative care evidence raises for cancer care clinicians nationally. Professor Phillip will also discuss the steps that must be negotiated to ensure that high quality cancer care includes palliative care as a matter of course.

Light lunch served from 12.30pm

Presentation: 1pm- 2pm

Book Now

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