Effective communication at end of life is an important part of quality care. This podcast provides useful guidance on effective communication in this context. Duration 15 minutes.
Associate Professor Brian Le is a Palliative Care Physician and Medical Oncologist. He is Director of Palliative Care at the Royal Melbourne Hospital.Play Podcast
This podcast considers the inhibitors and enablers of effective communication with families so health professionals can prepare families for an imminent death, make the most of the time remaining, and minimize complex bereavement. Duration 15 mins.
Molly Carlile has a clinical nursing and leadership background in palliative care and regularly speaks about death and dying in the community, in the media and in the health and education sectors.Play Podcast
This podcast provides guidance on providing timely, trusting, honest and appropriate communication that involves children when a family member is dying. Duration 14 minutes.
Molly Carlile has a clinical and leadership background in palliative care and regularly speaks aobut death and dying issues in the community, in the media and in the health and education sectors.Play Podcast
Clinical practice guidelines for communicating prognosis and end-of-life issues with adults in the advanced stages of a life-limiting illness, and their caregivers. By Josephine Clayton, Karen Hancock, Phyllis Butow, Martin Tattersall & D Currow, 2007View File
A Victorian Government framework to guide the implementation of advance care planning across Victorian health services.View File