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Being Present: Spirituality, disruption and reflection in Palliative Care

  • by Volunteer Hub
  • June 6, 2018

Tuesday 19th June, Warilla.

Palliative Care NSW with local volunteer managers Cynzia Dei-Cont (Port Kembla) and Elanne Thompson (Berry) are excited to be holding a one day seminar Being Present: Spirituality, disruption and reflection in Palliative Care.

This seminar brings together palliative care staff and volunteers and pastoral care staff and volunteers and other interested health professionals and volunteers to talk about spirituality, disruption and reflection in palliative care.

Speakers include Bernadette Orange, Amy Sagar, Dr Pippa Blackburn & Kate Englebrecht.

It is the last in our series of talks (Wagga Wagga, Mt Druitt & Port Macquarie) on Spirituality & Reflective Practice with Kate Englebrecht so don't miss out.

Find out more information about Being Present and how to register on our Events page.

Pic: From artwork by Tasmanian artist Sheila Harvey.

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