Talking about end of life: Bioethics and Palliative Care'

Helping individuals and their families to make decisions about their future care is both difficult and rewarding. These conversations take time. They force us to confront difficult realities, painful emotions and hard choices associated with sickness, dying and death.  

Caroline Chisholm Centre for Health Ethics is hosting a seminar Talking about end of life: Bioethics and Palliative on 3 October 2013 to assist people with decisions about future care. The one day seminar offers participants an opportunity to hear from, and engage with, experts in various aspects of palliative care.  

Talking about End of Life: Bioethics and Palliative Care 
Date:  3 October 2013
Time:  9.00am � 4.30pm
Location:      Mary Aikenhead Conference Centre
St Vincent�s Hospital
27 Victoria Parade
Cost:  $165 (including GST, morning tea and lunch)
To find out more and to make a booking, visit the Caroline Chisholm Announcements page on this website by clicking here.


Date Published:  3 September 2013 

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