Centre for Palliative Care
The Centre for Palliative Care is part of St. Vincent’s Hospital and is a Collaborative Centre of The University of Melbourne, Australia. The Centre has a state-wide role in palliative care education and research in Victoria, with networks and collaborative projects extending nationally and internationally.
The Centre plays a pivotal role in the development and implementation of training and education programs for health professionals from a variety of disciplines, while undertaking cutting-edge research to set benchmarks and improve practices in palliative care.
Our work receives core funding from the Victorian Government Department of Health, research funding from Victorian and Australian Government agencies and other funding bodies, revenue from student fees and funding for special purposes from the Centre for Palliative Care Foundation.
Presentation Available Now! Improvements to Palliative Care Service Delivery: New Initiatives and Creating Change. Insights from the USA’s Center to Advance Palliative Care
Dr Diane Meier from the Center to Advance Palliative Care gave a presentation at St Vincent's Health Melbourne on Thursday 25 February 2016 on "Improvements to Palliative Care Service Delivery: New Initiatives and Creating Change. Insights from the USA’s Center to Advance Palliative Care". Dr Meier’s presentation focussed on highlighting strategies for systematic improvement of palliative care provision incorporating public policy, research, education and clinical practice. A copy of the presentation is now available for download here.
Presentation Online Now! Lifting their spirits: Who provides spiritual care at the end of life?
Please click here for the YouTube video.
Centre for Palliative Care - Annual Review
Download a copy of the 2013/2014 Annual Review and read about the Centre's most recent initiatives and acheivements.