PCRN Forum (Online Webinar) – Thurs 25 Nov 2021:

“Partnering with consumers to improve palliative care”

The Palliative Care Research Network (PCRN) (https://pcrnv.com.au/) aims to foster the evolution of collaborative scholarly inquiry in palliative care in Australia.  The PCRN is leading a program of research that focuses on consumer engagement, which seeks to enhance patient and public involvement in palliative care.

Please join the discussion with Stacey Panozzo, Joanne Britto, Christine Hofmeyer and Avi Paluch as they reflect on opportunities for consumer and community involvement in palliative care.

This PCRN Forum will be facilitated by: Prof Peter Hudson (Director, Centre for Palliative Care, St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne and University of Melbourne) and Prof Jennifer Philip (Chair of Palliative Medicine, Director of Palliative Nexus, University of Melbourne, St Vincent’s Hospital and in collaboration with the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre).


Forum Details

Date:                                     Thursday, 25th November 2021

Time:                                     4:00pm – 4:45pm AEDT

RSVP:                                    This is a free event. Register online via the event website here.

(This Forum will be delivered online – link details will be sent to your registered email address 24 hours prior to the event).

For more information about the forum, please visit the event website here or contact pcrnv@svha.org.au

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