What is PEPA?

The overall aim is to improve access to high quality palliative care for all Australians as they require it.

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Our Team

The PEPA ‘family’ is made up of State and Territory Managers and their teams, and the National team. The National team consists of Project Director, Project Coordinator, Indigenous Project Coordinator, Clinical Educator and Research Officers. We work together for the common purpose of enhancing the capacity of health professionals to deliver a palliative care approach in their work.

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Palliative Care Education & Training Collaborative

This project takes a collaborative, whole-of-workforce approach to building the capability and capacity of the health workforce to provide quality palliative care to all Australians.

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Outcomes & Research

Over 3,500 health professionals have undertaken a PEPA placement since the program began in 2003.

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Artwork & Flag Acknowledgment

PEPA takes strict care to ensure any artwork used on this website is respectful of both Aboriginal cultures and Torres Strait Islander cultures.

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Testimonials

Participants continue to report that PEPA is positively impacting their knowledge and skills, resulting in the enhanced provision of care for their patients/clients with life-limiting illnesses.

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