Forums Program 

Topic based presentations by local, national and international speakers.  

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Professional and Personal - does being a patient make you a better doctor? 
Presenter: Professor Mark Henschke
Date: 23rd April 2018 
Venue:  to be confirmed 
Registration opening soon

The Heart of the Matter: person-centred care and the patient experience
South Australian One Day Palliative Care Conference  
20 July 2018
Adelaide Showgrounds
Register here 

Paper Trails - Documentary
Director Sari Braithwaite 
Date:  21st May 2018 
Venue:  Alan Scott Auditorium, Hawke Centre, North Tce, Adelaide 
Registration will open shortly
More information

Palliative Care: valuing life to the very end 
Date and venue to be confirmed
Registation opening soon 

Building Spiritual Infrastructure - the process and mystery of dying
Date and venue to  be confirmed
More information coming soon. 

Learning from system failure: is there a nexus between Older Persons Mental Health and Palliative Care?
Date and venue to be confirmed
More information coming soon

Die-alogue Café 

Community engagement program provides a pop-up café experience with death as the social topic of the morning. Held 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. 

Wednesday 21st February 2018, Centential Park (Mawson Chapel) 9.30am - 11.30
Monday 5th March 2018, Unley Community Centre, 18 Arthur Street, Unley 1.00pm - 3.00pm
Wednesday 23rd May 2018, Centennial Park (Mawson Chapel), 9.30am - 11.30am
Tuesday 24th July 2018, Uniting Church, Tea Tree Gully, 592-600 Milne Roadb Banksia Park 7.30pm - 9.15pm  

Say it Forward - Advance Care Planning Information Sessions

Advance care planning promotes care that is consistent with a person's goals, values, beliefs and preferences.  It prepares the person and others to plan for future health care, for a time when the person may no longer be able to communicate those decisions themselves.  When a person's values are discussed openly, their healthcare preferences can be respected at a time when they cannot voice their decisions. It's an ongoing process that needs cooperation between individuals, their families, care workers, and health professionals as well as community organisations and healthcare organisations.  

Sessions are free and facilitated by Sandra Bradley; Advance Care Planning Consultant.  Sandra provides community workshops and also offers paid personal consultations.  Click on the date to register for the session you wish to attend.  

Thursday 15th March 2018 Alfred James Funeral Home, 344 Henley Beach Rd, Lockleys
Thursday 19th April 2018 Alfred James Funeral Home, 105 Prospect Road, Prospect
Thursday 30th August 2018 Alfred James Funeral Home, 543 Marion Road, South Plympton



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