Hospice New Zealand

Day Two

Presentations: Thursday 15 September 2016

Time Session Presentation
9.00am Spiritual care in palliative care: Where are we now?
Carol Leget
 PDF
 9.45am Decision Assist: A national advance care planning and palliative care programme connecting specialist palliative care and aged care services
Deborah Parker
 PDF

 

Concurrent Session B: 11.30am-1.00pm

Session Presentation
B1 Cultural
Palliative care goes to the movies: The creative dissemination of healthcare research through storytelling
Lisa Williams, Tess Moeke-Maxwell
n/a
How whānau/family caregivers provide end of life care to whakamana their kaumātua/kuia? The Pākeketanga: Living and dying in advanced aged findings
Stella Black, Tess Moeke-Maxwell, Lisa Williams, Janine Wiles, Gabriella Trussard, Ngaire Kerse, Merryn Gott
PDF 
Rangatiratanga kaumātua: Older Māori and non-Māori end of life care preferences and agency
Tess Moeke-Maxwell, Merryn Gott, Janine Wiles, Stella Black, Lisa Williams, Gabriella Trussardi, Ngaire Kerse
PDF 
"It's the death side of life." Death of the older person and family and whānau carer bereavement
Tess Moeke-Maxwell, Merryn Gott, Janine Wiles, Stella Black, Lisa Williams, Gabriella Trussardi, Ngaire Kerse
PDF

B2
Community Practice
Franklin Hospice Initiative: Providing general practitioner and community specialist case reviews
Maria Lacoppi, Jude Balle
 PDF
Communities of care: Supporting people living with their dying
Kate Reid
 PDF
B3 Symptom Management
Evidence-based update on the management of advanced care pancreatic cancer
Amanda Landers, Helen Brown, Matthew Strother
 PDF
Interventional pain therapy in a palliative care setting - benefits and caveats
Grace Lee, Trevor Coe, Sue Young, Moira Cammilleri
 PDF
Management and communication of analgesia changes for palliative patients upon discharge from the hospital setting
Joy Cairns
 PDF
B4 Education
What are the attitudes and perceptions on death and dying in hospital, of adult patients and families who have received palliative care?
Diana Bowalgaha Ralalage
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What matters most is respecting patients' wishes: Personal advance care planning uptake amongst Australian and New Zealand palliative care medical and nursing professionals
Suzanne Rainsford, Nicholas Glasgow
 PDF
Bereavement support matters
Sande Ramage, Bridget Marshall, Simon Allan, Lee Hefford, Maria Berrett, Kate Mackenzie, Graham Black
 PDF
B5 New Initiatives
Catheters and canvases: The arts in palliative care
Angela Burke, Kate Reid
 PDF
What matters most? How will we deliver hospice care in the future?
Catherine Spence
 PDF
Developing a palliative care competency framework for New Zealand palliative care
Helen Bulter
 PDF

 

Concurrent Session C: 2.00pm-3.30pm

Session Presentation

 C1  
Cultural
Silver Rainbow - Education on cultural safety and diversity for LGBTI people in care
Julie Watson
 n/a
Developing culturally responsive palliative care services
Maree Goh
 PDF
End of life care issues for people diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illness (SPMI) in New Zealand
Helen Butler
 PDF
 C2  Paediatrics/Grief
Is there a place for children's hospice services in New Zealand?
Wayne Naylor, Yvette Hobbs, Zoe Fairbrother 
 PDF
Children + dying = wrapped in cotton wool
Debbie Mills-Henry 
 n/a
The power of nursing consciousness in supporting grieving children
Sally Bowman 
 n/a
 C3 Carers/Quality
Practical inforamtion for family carers: A pilot program designed to train caregivers of terminally ill patients
Amanda Sommerfield, Denise Van Aalst, Jan Nally, Judith Stewart, Shirley Smith
 PDF
What support matters most for family caregivers?
Susan McHugh
 PDF
The bed's too small - dying with dignity in a hospice in-patient unit
Wendie Ayley, Donna Gray, Tanya Loveard, Helen McCulloch
 PDF
C4 Spirituality
The migrant experience of dying away from country of birth
Yvonne Bray 
 PDF
"Phronesis: Practical wisdom." Does it have a place in our evidence based healthcare practice?
Liese Groot-Alberts 
 n/a
 C5 Patient Voice
Documentary: Take me home: Palliative care social work in Aotearoa New Zealand
Catherine Hughes, Ari Edgecombe 
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Time Session Presentation
4.00pm Palliative Care Clinical Studies Collaborative (PaCCSC) - Achieving improved care of palliative care patients through clinical studies to inform the quality use of medicines
Melanie Lovell
 PDF
4.30pm  What matters to families participating in end of life discussions for relatives living in aged care facilities
Deborah Parker 
 PDF

 

n/a = not available

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