Palliative Care NSW Volunteer Support Services Programme

What matters most? June 19 Erina

WHEN – Wednesday 19 June 2019 from 9 am – 12 noon
WHERE –  The Erina Room, Erina Library, Terrigal Drive, Erina Fair
COST  – Free, but you must register your attendance
RSVP  –  Via Eventbrite or phone Kami Dibden on 02 4320 3450

“When you find out what matters most, you can begin to live a life that matters.”Kate Munro is a Palliative Care Clinical Nurse Consultant and End of Life Care Coordinator with Hunter New England Health. At this forum Kate will speak from her lifetime of experience about ‘What matters most’.

Kate Munro was born a very long time ago in the North of Ireland, where she completed her nursing training in Belfast.  She emigrated to Australia forty years ago and has worked in many different settings but always with a close connection to palliative care and grief and bereavement. Kate is passionate about ensuring our end of life care is supported and what matters most to the person dying and their family and carers is at the centre of our care.

This forum is particularly for the benefit of palliative care volunteers, people who are interested in becoming palliative care volunteers, as well as other health volunteers, volunteer managers and clinicians.

Everyone is welcome.

Click here to register.