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The Centre for Palliative Care is delighted to announce the details of our 2022 Annual Lecture.
Catherine Walshe, Professor of Palliative Care at the International Observatory on End of Life Care, Lancaster University, UK will provide a keynote presentation followed by a Q&A session.
Heike Fleischmann, Volunteer Engagement & Capacity Building Manager at Palliative Care Victoria, will participate in the Q&A session, to provide a local perspective.
The Annual Lecture is suitable for all in the health care sector including current or past volunteers or anyone interested in learning more about volunteering in the palliative care setting.
Book now to secure your place at this highly engaging and topical Annual Lecture.
Professor Catherine Walshe
Catherine Walshe is Professor of Palliative Care at the International Observatory on End of Life Care, Lancaster University, UK, and also Editor in Chief of the journal Palliative Medicine. A nurse by background, Catherine’s main research focus is on the way that palliative care is provided, especially in primary care and community settings, and including broader roles such as those who are volunteers.
Heike Fleischmann is a highly skilled trainer and manager with over 10 years experience in the disability and palliative care sector. She joined the Palliative Care Victoria team in 2018 as the Volunteer Engagement & Capacity Building Manager.
Through her volunteering with her local hospital and Zonta, she became a strong advocate for the volunteering sector, women, people with a disability and people experiencing homelessness.
For further enquiries, please contact us by phone +61 3 9416 0000 or email CPCEducation@svha.org.au
This webinar will be delivered online – link details will be sent to your registered email address 24 hours prior to the event.