One of the Enduring Strategy areas of the Sustainable Health Review reflects the desire to ensure that our patients have a dignified end of life.

Cancer Council WA and PaSCE offer a variety of programs which are aimed at increasing knowledge and understanding of palliative care in all settings. The programs are also relevant for clinicians working in subacute care.

In her role as Senator, Helen was thankful for the opportunity to speak at the Clinical Senate meeting where the goal was to explore the relationship between workforce and the building of a sustainable health service delivery model, ’ The Health and Wellbeing of our Workforce’.

Palliative and End-of-Life care are not often seen as part of subacute care, but increasingly clinicians are caring for individuals in their final stages of life when specialist palliative and end of life services are not available.

Subacute care clinicians may be interested in the e-Learning packages currently available on the TRACS WA website.