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Palliative Care in General Practice Education Series

Thu 11th March @ 6:30 pm

Would you like access to specialist advice and knowledge on caring for a dying patient? The Palliative Care in General Practice ECHO Network is a live, on-line learning series that includes co-management of patient cases in an interactive environment. It will provide access to an interdisciplinary team of palliative consultants/specialists who will guide case discussion and present latest updates. Project ECHO can support you in your work through case-based learning. There is an opportunity for GPs to bring de-identified cases for advice and support and will also include short presentations on Caring for the Dying with this second session focussing on Care at the End of Life in an Aged Care setting.


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Thu 11th March

6:30 pm - 7:30 pm


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Professor Katy Clark | Clinical Director of Palliative Care, NSLHD
Professor Clark is the current Clinical Director of Palliative Care for Northern Sydney Local Health District. Katy is a Palliative Care physician who has worked as a clinician, manager, teacher, and researcher in palliative care

Dr Abigail Franklin | Staff Specialist, Northern Beaches Hospital

Dr Abbie Franklin is a Palliative Medicine Consultant at Northern Beaches Hospital.

Joanne Rainback | Transitional Nurse Practitioner, HammondCare

Amy Bowen | Nurse Practitioner

Sushila Khadka | Transitional Nurse Practitioner, Aged Care Supportive & Palliative Care, NSLHD Cancer & Palliative Care Network


General Practitioners


• Identify early recognition of the deteriorating patient.
• Facilitate goals of care discussions including timely communication with the family.
• Identify evidence-based management of common symptoms at end of life in the age care facility.


Judy or Robi, Education Coordinators – 9432 8250 or events@snhn.org.au.

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