University of Technology Sydney

96827 Optimising End-of-life Communication within Complex and Diverse Situations

3cp; 6-8hpw (distance)



This subject prepares students with specialised knowledge and skills to engage in complex end-of life communication within complex and diverse situations or populations. Students develop advanced communication skills to improve and strengthen partnerships critical to optimal end-of-life care and service development. Elements of the subject prioritise the palliative care considerations for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. This subject is centred around creativity, innovation and advocacy, supported by evidence-based frameworks, to enable optimal end-of-life care, irrespective of care setting inclusive of hospital, aged care, community, prisons and disability services.

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