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Conference abstracts

Carers of home-based palliative care patients can confidently manage subcutaneous medicines and Supporting patient choices for end-of-life care at home

  • Presented by: Prof. Liz Reymond, caring@home project
  • Authors: Prof. Liz Reymond - BSPCC, Dr. Karen Cooper - BSPCC
  • Conference: Tasmanian Palliative Care Conference
  • 14-15 November 2019, Hobart, TAS

 

Supporting home-based patients at end-of-life: caring@home resources

  • Presented by: Prof. Liz Reymond, caring@home project
  • Authors: Prof. Liz Reymond - BSPCC, Dr. Karen Cooper - BSPCC
  • Conference: GP19
  • 24-26 October 2019, Adelaide, SA

 

caring@home resources support rural GPs to manage symptoms for palliative patients at home

  • Presented by: Dr Leyton Miller, caring@home project
  • Authors: Prof. Liz Reymond - BSPCC, Dr. Karen Cooper - BSPCC
  • Conference: RMA19 (Rural Medicine Australia)
  • 24-26 October 2019, Gold Coast, QLD

 

Home-based, end-of-life care: caring@home resources

  • Presented by: Sue Healy, Clinical Nurse Consultant, caring@home project 
  • Authors: Liz Reymond - BSPCC, Karen Cooper - BSPCC, Sue Healy - BSPCC
  • Conference: 2019 ACSA National Summit
  • 8-10 October 2019, Melbourne, VIC

 

caring@home resources: Supporting home-based end-of-life care in communities

  • Presented by: Prof Liz Reymond MBBS(Hons), PhD, FRACGP, FAChPM 
  • Authors: Liz Reymond - BSPCC, Karen Cooper - BSPCC, Sue Healy - BSPCC, Louise Goodwin - BSPCC
  • Conference: CRANAPlus
  • 18-20 September 2019, Hunter Valley, NSW.

 

Supporting patient choices for home based end-of-life care using caring@home resources

  • Presented by: Prof Liz Reymond MBBS(Hons), PhD, FRACGP, FAChPM 
  • Authors: Liz Reymond - BSPCC, Deb Parker - UTS, Karen Cooper - BSPCC, Sue Healy - BSPCC, Serra Ivyian - UTS
  • Conference: Oceanic Palliative Care Conference
  • 10-13 September 2019, Perth, WA.

 

Home-based carers, given appropriate support, can confidently manage breakthrough symptoms using subcutaneous medicines

 

caring@home: carers can manage subcutaneous medicines when supported professionally

Design and uptake of the palliMEDS app
  • Presented by: Prof Liz Reymond MBBS(Hons), PhD, FRACGP, FAChPM and Matthew Cunningham BSc, PHD
  • Conference: The Australian Telehealth Conference
  • 3-4 April 2019, Brisbane, Qld.
     

A resource package supporting nurses to educate carers to manage subcutaneous medicines at home

Supporting lay carers to provide breakthrough palliative symptom management

 

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