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Palliative Care Speakers Training for Ethnic Communities, Carlton VIC

ECCV, Palliative Care Victoria and the Southern Metro Palliative Care Consortium are proud to present 'Promoting Quality of Life- Palliative Care Speakers Training for Ethnic Communities'

Free Training– 10am to 4pm Friday, 19th of November 2010, Carlton VIC

Following a day of consultation between ethno-specific and multicultural agencies and the palliative care sector, a free training workshop will be held on how to talk to your communities about palliative care. Palliative Care is important for many people who have been diagnosed with a terminal illness. There are many fears and myths in society about palliative care. Often people from non-English speaking backgrounds don’t understand what opportunities palliative care offers and how it can improve quality of life.

Registration closes on Friday, 12th November 2010.

For more information contact E: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call Palliative Care Victoria on 9662 9644

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36% of people aged 65 years and over in Australia were born overseas
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1 in 3 people in aged care services were born overseas
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In 2016 the median age of Australian-born people was 34 years compared to 59 years for Europe-born people