ACPEL 2013 | Melbourne

Advance care planning continues to grow in prominence throughout the world as people recognise the importance of patient autonomy, and the right of patients to describe and determine what they really wish for as they approach the end of their life. This a key factor in the growing emphasis on improving end of life care – many feel that the way we care for our most sick and vulnerable nearing the end of life is a litmus test for our society as a whole.

Who Should Attend

Doctors, nurses, social workers, chaplains, policy-makers, lawyers, researchers, medical officers and directors working and/or interested in areas covering:

  • End of life/palliative care
  • Primary care
  • Critical care
  • Acute hospitals
  • Care of the elderly
  • Ethics and spirituality
  • Policy development
  • Social Care

ACPEL 2013 | Melbourne

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Soumitri Varadarajan

Soumitri lives in Melbourne, Australia - #probonodesign #codesign #sustainability #patientexperience #quantifiedself #mdg

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