Palliative Care SA hosts a number of educational forums and information sessions each year and we are pleased to advise the following program is now open and accepting registrations.  

Say it Forward: Advance Care Directives 
An informational session about the benefit of and how to complete an Advance Care Directive. Starting at 10.30am, the session is one hour in duration and concludes with refreshments and networking opportunity.  The program is open to anyone over the age of 18.  

Alfred James Funeral Home 344 Henley Beach Rd, Lockleys Thursday 2nd February
Alfred James Funeral Home 543 Marion Road, South Plympton Thursday 6th April
Alfred James Funeral Home 272 Main South Road, Morphett Vale Thursday 11th May
Alfred James Funeral Home 105 Prospect Road, Prospect Thursday 19th October
Alfred James Funeral Home 164 Port Road, Alberton Thursday 23rd November

Forums Program 
Provides topic based presentations by local, national and international speakers. Starting at 5.30pm for a 5.45pm start, forum presentations are followed by a Q&A and concludes at 7.30pm. Networking and refreshments are included. The Forums program is open to all members, clinicians and health workers and interested public.  

Caring for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Patients in Palliative Care: The Role of Interpreters
February 23rd 2017, Alan Scott Auditorium, Hawke Centre, Adelaide
Download the presentation Lost in Translation here

Advance Care Planning for People with Impaired Decision Making Capacity
April 6th 2017, Alan Scott Auditorium, Hawke Centre, Adelaide
Register here

Palliative Care: Research for the non-researcher
May 22nd 2017, Bradley Forum, Hawke Centre, Adelaide
Register here from February 17th 2017
Download the program here
Respiratory Illness and Palliative Care
May 25th 2017, Bradley Forum, Hawke Centre, Adelaide
Register here from February 1st 2017 
More information 
Knowledge Nurture Nourish Network (Palliative Care Volunteers Conference) 
May 26th 2017, Bradley Forum, Hawke Centre, Adelaide
Register here from February 17th 2017

Being Mortal
August 8th 2017, Lecture Theatre 1, Flinders University, Tonsley Campus
Register here from April 3rd 2017
Communication – talking to patients about death and dying
October 26th 2017, Bradley Forum, Hawke Centre, Adelaide
Register here from June 1st 2017

Die-alogue Café 
Community engagement program provides a pop-up café experience with death as the social topic of the morning. Held on Fridays at various times and various locations, this is a facilitated discussion group where no questions about life and death are off limits.  Die-alogue Cafe is open to anyone.  These activities are free to attend and registration is requested and can be made by clicking on the date below. 

Friday 10th March 2017  
The Spare Room Cafe
575 Grange Road

Friday 21st April 2017 
Seaford Library 
Grand Boulevard

Friday 19th May 2017
Stirling Library
63 Mt Barker Road

Friday 13th October 
Grenville Community Connections Hub
10 Playford Boulevard

PCOC Fundamentals Workshop 
Adelaide 7 June 2017 
The PCOC Fundamentals Workshop is an interactive program designed to enhance knowledge of PCOC, the assessment tools and the use of PCOC in your palliative care service.  Click here to download the flyer with more details. 


Registration for these events are managed through external registration links such as

Click on an event for further information and details and to register. 
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