External courses and resources
Palliative Care Lecture Series
We are delighted to present the Hospice Palliative Care Lecture Series in 2020. This education opportunity is designed for healthcare professionals with an interest in palliative care.
Hospice New Zealand offers access to monthly palliative care lectures, which are delivered across New Zealand by teleconference. Mary Potter Hospice facilitates these lectures in each of its bases and welcomes our partners and community to attend free of charge.
The lectures will be delivered via teleconference with a PowerPoint presentation. The lectures take place on the first Thursday of every month from February to December 2020 from 7.30 to 8.30am.
The programme for the Lecture Series Schedule for 2020 will be linked as soon as it released.
Venues: Mary Potter Hospice bases – Wellington and Kāpiti. Please RSVP for refreshments and copying purposes.
- Wellington: firstname.lastname@example.org 04 381 0152
- Porirua: email@example.com 04 237 2307
- Kāpiti: Debra Minty: firstname.lastname@example.org 04 296 4520
Hospice New Zealand Palliative Care Conference 2020
Whiria ngā tāngata, Weave the people together is the premier conference of 2020 for any health professional involved in palliative care.
Whiria ngā tāngata honours the concept that we must all weave together in partnership to ensure the best outcome for people who are dying. There is a role for a range of health care services and professions in and around a person’s end of life journey, supporting the person and their family, whānau and the wider community both before and after death.
During Conference 2020 you’ll be encouraged to think about how we can weave people and services together to ensure equity of access whilst also considering how our services reflect and support the diversity of the people requiring end of life care.
Hospice NZ is the national body for hospice care, education and information in New Zealand.
CCDHB (Capital & Coast District Health Board), in collaboration with IMPACCT (Improving Palliative, Aged and Chronic Care through Clinical Research and Translation) are running a workshop to introduce clinical research to new and experienced researchers in New Zealand. The workshop will be multi-disciplinary in focus. Please note the early date of 14th February 2020. Click here for more info.
Health Quality & Safety Commission. Advance care planning (ACP) is the process of thinking about, talking about and planning for future health care and end-of-life care. It is about identifying what matters to you.