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Palliative Care Victoria Summit 2023

Reflect, Reconnect, Reset

9:00AM - 5:00PM Friday 3rd February 2023
The Hotel Windsor, 111 Spring Street, Melbourne, VIC


The 2023 Palliative Care Victoria Summit will be held at the Hotel Windsor, Melbourne. The event will provide an opportunity to bring the palliative care sector together, to reconnect and reflect on the journey through the pandemic, and the innovations which have continued to develop in palliative care delivery across Victoria despite the unprecedented challenges. 

 

Download PCV Summit 2023 Handbook Below:


Venue
Bourke Room, The Hotel Windsor, 111 Spring Street, Melbourne

Getting There
The Hotel Windsor has information on their website about parking and public transport.

Summit Themes
Across the course of the day there are a range of key themes that will be discussed by presenters. Most presentations fit across multiple themes and are not considered in isolation.

The themes include:
- Improving Quality of Service Delivery
- Improving Access
- Addressing Population Needs
- Palliative Care Workforce Development

Click here to view further information about the presentations.

Program
8:30am - Registration and arrival tea and coffee
9:20am - Keynote Speaker and Presentations
11:00am - Morning Tea
11:25am - Presentations
1:05pm - Lunch
1:50pm - Presentations
4:00pm - Afternoon Refreshments, Networking event

Click here to view the PCV Summit 2023 Handbook

Keynote Speaker 
Jennifer Bliss, Victorian Department of Health

Jen is passionate about improving the health system that serves our Victorian community. A highly skilled and values-driven senior health executive, Jen focuses on delivering strategic and operational success. She has achieved this across a range of services within large tertiary and specialist health services as well as most recently within government. Jen was seconded into the Victorian Department of Health for a 2 month period to create and design a stable COVID-19 testing system. The secondment evolved into 18 months in the department's COVID-19 Response, as the Executive Director of Pathology, Testing & Engagement, then Aged Care Policy & Preparedness and finally Case, Contact and Outbreak Management to plan for the transition of the COVID-19 Response to Public Health Division.

Jen is currently the Executive Director of Health Service and Aged Care Policy Improvement and Engagement in the Commissioning and System Improvement Division. This portfolio remit includes policy regarding end of life care.

Before joining the department, Jen was the COO and CNO of the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital with almost 15 years in the public health sector.

All these roles have seen Jen working closely with community health, aged care and the broader health system.


Registration for this event closes Friday 27 January 2023



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