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Free Advance Care planning for general practice

5/02/2019

Gold Coast GPs, practice nurses and practice managers are invited to participate in the Advance Project, a program to support general practices in implementing advance care planning and palliative care into everyday clinical practice.
 
The first stage, includes free online Advance Project training, which takes about two hours to complete. Participants can learn how to initiate conversations on advance care planning and assessing patients’ and carer’s palliative and supportive care needs. CPD points are available.
 
The second stage, includes specialised face-to-face clinical training and local support for practices, presented by Gold Coast Primary Health Network (GCPHN) and Gold Coast Health Specialist Palliative Care.  
 
The first event is scheduled for May. Additional CPD points will be available. For further information contact GCPHN on 07 5635 2455.
 
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