Samantha Payne is a Registered Nurse from Westmont Community Aged Care Services, in regional Victoria. Samantha completed a Reverse PEPA placement in February this year at Westmont. Her commitment to making change in her centre to support patients and families is incredible. Read more of her story here. Samantha’s Placement Story
Laurel Dodd is and Aboriginal Health Practitioner (AHP) and Nurse at Pika Wiya Health Service Aboriginal Corporation in SA. Laurel attended a placement within the palliative care clinic at Queen Elizbeth Hospital in Adelaide and wanted to share her story about her experience Laurel Dodd Placement Review from SA.
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PEPA at the Oceanic Palliative Care Conference
Title of Article:- Palliative care an emerging specialty in health field By;- Keeli Cambourne Click here to Read More
National Reconciliation Week (NRW) is a time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures, and achievements, and to explore how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia. PEPA Qld honoured the week by bringing together the PEPA team with many health care professionals from Queensland Health to unlearn and…
The month of May has seen the PEPA team working with the Star of the Sea Elders Village in the Thursday Islands to complete a Reverse PEPA placement. Read More Here!!
PEPA has been working hard to provide Workshops and Placements all health care professionals who connect with people who are living with life limiting illnesses. We still have 15 months to go for this phase but we are well on out way to hit our targets head on. 1 July 2017 to 31 March 2019…
Daisy Mojapelo and Linda Pupangamirri’s PEPA Journey: Strengthening Palliative Care Services on the Tiwi Islands. Click here to read more.
PEPA WA delivered an Aboriginal Culture Centred Care workshop in Broome in collaboration with the Yiriman Women and the Kimberley Palliative Care Service. A great event. .Click here to read more.
PEPA 2015-17 was successful in meeting targets for both clinical placements and workshops across Australia. An Infographic summary has been prepared. Click here to view.
What is the GP – PEPA Project? The Australian Government Department of Health has provided funding for PEPA to work with primary Health Networks (PHNs) to deliver a Palliative Approach Workshop for GPs in each of the 31 PHNs by the end of 2017. The funding demonstrates the Government’s commitment to improving palliative care provision…