PALLIATIVE CARE SOUTH AUSTRALIA INC
Strategic Plan 2016-2020
All South Australians facing death and bereavement are supported to live, die and grieve well.
To influence, foster and promote quality palliative care for all
To advocate for the needs, rights and interests of those who are dying and those who care for them
To foster and promote community awareness and understanding of palliative care
To be an independent and informed voice on issues and directions for quality palliative care services.
We promote acceptance of death as a natural part of life.
We encourage open and honest communication about dying, death and grief.
We offer and encourage respect for those who are facing death or who are dying.
We work and engage with others to achieve our vision and mission.
PCSA is the peak body for palliative care in South Australia and the primary contact point for government agencies, stakeholders, professional bodies, and the community. It is governed by the Board and
PCSA is governed by the rules outlinned in the Constitution
. PCSA will provide leadership
for the achievement of sustainable quality palliative care. We will work with government, health professionals, national and state agencies, and the community to achieve this. PCSA will inform, empower and engage with the SA public regarding the nature of palliative care, available services, and current issues in provision and delivery. We will pursue all opportunities to increase our profile, resources, and expertise both for Palliative Care South Australia Inc and palliative care in general.
To act as the peak body for palliative care in South Australia and the primary contact point for government agencies, stakeholders, professional bodies, and the community
|State and National Agenda
Lead on, influence and contribute to the state and national palliative care agenda
Take initiatives to increase quality outcomes for people with palliative needs
|Equity of Access
Ensure all South Australians are catered to in the provision of information and services
To advocate for the achievement of sustainable quality palliative care working with government, professionals, national and state agencies, and the community
|Palliative Care and Bereavement
Advocate to government and others for improved palliative care services and to increase access to grief and loss counselling and support services
To inform, empower and engage with the SA public regarding the nature of palliative care, available services, and current issues in provision and delivery
|Engagement for palliative care awareness
Build key relationships to assist the cost-effective provision of information across workplaces and the community
Take advantage of multi-platform opportunities to increase awareness of palliative care and address particular areas of information need
|BUILDING OUR CAPACITY
Build membership to expand dissemination of our messages and to strengthen our voice to government and community
|Focus on Membership
Membership is a critical area of activity for PCSA
|SUSTAINING OUR BUSINESS
To pursue all opportunities to increase our profile, resources, and expertise for PCSA and palliative care in general.
|Increasing growth, reach and expertise
Focus on governance expertise and future resourcing