12th Asia Pacific Hospice Conference – early bird registration extended

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Merlion & Marina Bay Sands – photo c/o E Campbell

We at Palliverse love a conference, especially one that “brings together workers, supporters and friends of hospice and palliative care” in the Asia-Pacific region. This year’s Asia Pacific Hospice Conference (APHC), with the theme “Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts”, will be held in Singapore from July 26th to 29th. Early bird registration has been extended until May 29th. The conference programme is now available, and there are a number of pre-conference workshops and site visits, as well as sessions in Mandarin.  For more information, visit the conference website.

For Team Palliverse reflections on the last APHC in Taipei, click here.

 

 

3rd Australian Palliative Care Research Colloquium

Prof Patsy Yates sharing her reflections on setting up a NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in end-of-life care at the PCRNV Breakfast Forum

Prof Patsy Yates sharing her reflections on setting up a NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in End of Life Care at the PCRNV Breakfast Forum

For the third year in a row, the Australian Palliative Care Research Colloquium was held at the Rendezvous Grand Hotel in Melbourne on October 22-23. The meeting was once again preceded by a breakfast forum hosted by Palliative Care Research Network Victoria (PCRNV), which served as a tempting entrée to the two-day main course of fantastic presentations and workshops exploring a diverse range of topics pertaining to palliative care research. Conversations about research continued over tea and meal breaks, next to quality poster presentations, and during the convivial conference dinner on the banks of the Yarra.  Continue reading

Social media activity during the 13th Australian Palliative Care Conference

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With a theme of ‘Fit for the Future’, the 13th Australian Palliative Care Conference utilised a coordinated and multifaceted social media strategy to enhance the delegates’ experience and reach new audiences globally. This was achieved through the concerted efforts of team Palliverse (@Palliverse) and other key individuals, including Christian Sinclair (@ctsinclair).  Continue reading

Posters from the 11th Asia Pacific Hospice Conference

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Here is a collection of posters from the recent Asia Pacific Hospice Conference in Taipei – primarily by researchers and clinicians from Australia and New Zealand. Enjoy!

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ANZSPM Update 2015 – Registrations Now Open

I thoroughly recommend this course by ANZSPM in Melbourne 18 -20 June. Aimed at medical practitioners and nurse practitioners, it offers “two full days of state of the art educational updates in areas relevant to practitioners who work in, or have an interest in, Palliative Medicine.”

This is the third medical and surgical update for palliative medicine peeps that has been offered.  I have attended in the past and found it really worthwhile.

There is an associated trainees day and supervisor’s workshop

anzspm.org.au/update2015

email anzspm@willorganise.com.au

Sonia

#ANZSPM14 Conference Transcript

Team Palliverse are working on a post about the excellent content presented at the Australian and New Zealand Society of Palliative Medicine 2014 Conference that wrapped up yesterday. In the meantime you may wish to catch up on tweets via the #ANZSPM14 transcript (via Symplur)