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Death Literacy Conference: Registrations now open

  • by Volunteer Hub
  • April 3, 2018

The Groundswell Project have announced that registrations are now open for the Death Literacy Conference, Figtree Conference Centre Homebush, Sydney 7-8th June 2018.

Speakers include Dr Julian Abel and Prof Merryn Gott.

Julian has been a palliative care consultant since 2001, is Vice President of  Public Health Palliative Care International and Director of Compassionate Communities UK. Julian spoke at the inaugural Symposium in Sydney and afterwards meet with politicians in Canberra. Professor Merryn Gott is a Professor of Health Sciences at the University of Auckland and Director of the Te Arai Palliative Care and End of Life Research Group, the only bicultural palliative care research group internationally.

Capacity is limited to 125 attendees per day. More information will be released over coming weeks.

Click here for more information and to book.

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