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New telehealth extension welcome, but should be wider and permanent
Community members honoured at 2021 Senior’s Festival Recognition Awards
Cancer funding boost and development of Australian Cancer Plan
Outpatient services for 21st century open at Modbury Hospital
High risk heart patients underuse hospice care options
Collaboration and continuity key to good medical support in aged care
Labor will bring back essential health services including maternity and permanent medical staff to Mersey Community Hospital
Labor’s regional health and hospital rescue package will address Liberals’ chaos throughout Tasmanian communities
Research shows end of life care was not seen as an essential, frontline service in pandemic
Comfort care beneficial for hospitalized stroke patients, yet disparities in use persist
For COVID-19 Long-Haulers, Few Answers, But Meditation and Peer Support Offer Some Relief
Prioritise opportunities for chance to say final goodbye during COVID-19 pandemic, new study finds
Paper gives voice to those bereaved during pandemic
Grants Open To Support Victoria’s Dedicated Carers
Clayton Utz team advises Plenary on $1.5 billion New Footscray Hospital Project
Better Care And Jobs: Work Begins On Footscray Hospital
Survey uncovers pandemic’s complex impact on people living with dementia and their families
How specialist palliative care services across world coped in response to COVID-19
Lemos Dekker wins first Interdem Academy Publication Award
Advance Personal Planning is your voice
New medical assistance in dying legislation becomes law
Wollongong Hospital General Ward morning visiting suspended tomorrow
Better access to medical services, more paramedics and boosting oral health services
Opioid script changes mean well, but have left some people in chronic pain
New WHO/IAEA publication provides guidance on radiotherapy equipment to fight cancer
Tasmanian MPs condemned for supporting euthanasia
UBC Okanagan collaboration supports seniors nationally
We all hope for a ‘good death’. But many aged-care residents are denied proper end-of-life care
Centre Alliance backs new Aged Care Act and greater oversight of sector
Wrap of February 2021 Meeting
Study suggests greater need for grief support due to COVID-19
Liberals intent on division and in-fighting instead of providing crucial care for terminally ill Tasmanians
Palliative care needs better integration with health care systems for this and future pandemics
Tasmanians need action now – not Liberal divisions – on voluntary assisted dying
Aged Care Training Boost To Strengthen Skills And Care
Pain is Personal; Relief From Cancer Pain Should Be, Too
Mexico’s poor have little luck obtaining opioids intended for palliative care
Half of Canadians don’t even know what palliative care is, so why is it so important?
Do you want to be resuscitated? This is what you should think about before deciding
ACT Budget falls short on investment for struggling Canberrans
WHO launches free OpenWHO.org training on rehabilitation for COVID-19
WHO issues new guidelines on management of chronic pain in children
Boost for COVID-19 health response and health services
How to talk about death and dying
New Queensland Core Palliative Care Medicines List for Queensland Community Patients released
Cancer study: Patients want end-of-life discussion to plan care
New report finds ‘Compassionate Communities’ resilient but under-resourced
Update: WHO revision of pain management guidelines