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Education & Training

  • Full day courses for PCAs and RNs
  • Offered onsite at EPC or at your facility
  • Topics tailored to your needs

Education to Health Care Providers

Community Education is available to any individual, Community Agency, group or Health Care Facility that is interested in learning more about palliative care and/or a palliative approach to care.

Education is provided by experienced Palliative Care Clinicians and Educators, who can provide a range of flexible education options to meet your needs.

Education can take the form of sessions (minimum of one hour with a choice of topics) or ‘Introduction to Palliative Care Courses’ for registered nurses (Division 1 and 2) and Personal Care Attendants. These can be offered on-site at Eastern Palliative Care, Mitcham, Victoria or at your facility.

For further information email training@epc.asn.au or call us on 1300 130 813.  Or

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Courses scheduled for 2019 at our Mitcham (Victoria) site include the following:

Introduction to Palliative Care & Palliative Approach for Personal Care Attendants
One day workshop
Course 1:  Thursday 21st March 2019, 8:45am – 5:00pm
Course 2:  Thursday 19th September 2019, 8:45am – 5:00pm

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Introduction to Palliative Care for Registered Nurses (Div 1 & 2)
Two day course with the option of additional one or two days (one on the road with a nurse)
Course 1:  Thursday 9th and 16th May (optional day 23rd May and Day 4 on the road late May)
Course 2:  Thursday 10th and 17th October (optional day 24th October and Day 4 on the road late October/early November)

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NOTE:  These courses explore the comprehensive needs of people at the end of life and their families, giving an overview of some common issues that confront clients, carers and health professionals. All courses are run at Eastern Palliative Care, 630 Mitcham Road, Mitcham

Community Education

Let’s Talk: Palliative Care Explained

‘When people get a terminal diagnosis the lights go out. When EPC get involved with them I see the lights come back on.’

So said one GP who attended an EPC Ambassador talk at his local social group. He went on to say ‘EPC are highly professional and proficient. They are experts in their field and they know exactly what they are doing.’

“EPC saved our family” said another attendee.

We are passionate about getting the work of Palliative Care known within our community.

The conversation about death is not an easy one to have, and most of us live every day without even acknowledging this part of life.

Our 10 highly skilled volunteers who work in the Let’s Talk program use a presentation that is designed to break the myths that surround palliative care.

It is also designed to spread a message of hope, living and ongoing connections.

No group is too big or too small.

If you would like to book one of our skilled presenters please call us on 1300 130 813.

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