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Program of Experience in the Palliative Approach (PEPA) - Supervised Clinical Placements

 

Overview

Target audience: Aboriginal Health Workers, Aboriginal liaison officers and Indigenous community workers

Course summary: This course provides participants with an opportunity to develop knowledge and skills in the palliative approach, by undertaking a supervised clinical attachment with a specialist palliative care service and engaging in networks of support. Course learning objectives include:

Fee payable: Free (for eligible participants)

Delivery mode: On site

Financial support for Indigenous students: Yes, financial support is available to assist applicants to undertake this program, including contribution to the applicant's employer to assist with temporary staffing costs during the study period and travel (for rural and remote applicants).

Contacts

For further information about supervised clinical placements for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health professionals, contact the PEPA Manager and/or PEPA Aboriginal Project Officer/Consultant in each state or territory.

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Last updated: 22 June 2016
 
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