Palliative care under the spotlight at Dubbo conference
- by Volunteer Hub
- May 25, 2015
Palliative Care Volunteering featured at a presentation by Alex Huntir at the Dying to Know Conference in Dubbo yesterday. The conference was aimed at practitioners of Palliative Care and representatives, including volunteers, attended from around the state.
Alex discussed the relevance of primary health care thinking in engaging Palliative Care volunteers, and shared some local and international stories on different opportunities for volunteers. Find his paper here.
Pic – (L to R) Alex Huntir, Alison Dawes, James Daley, Joan Ryan, Helen Armstrong and Rob Wilkins
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