PCNA

Palliative Care Nurses Australia (PCNA) is a member organisation for Australian nurses who are passionate about excellence in palliative care. We provide a unified voice for nurses who deliver, or have an enduring interest in, palliative care policy, practice, research and education. Our goal is to support our members to provide high quality, evidence-based palliative care services for patients at the end of life, and their families.

Benefits of membership

Conference 2020 Melbourne
Conference 2020 Melbourne

May 3-4, 2020

Pullman Melbourne, Albert Park

Further details coming soon.

Click here to read about the 2018 Biennial Conference held in Brisbane.

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Latest insights

Palliative Care Australia launches two key documents to improve palliative care for all Australians
Palliative Care Australia launches two key documents to improve palliative care for all Australians

Palliative Care Australia (PCA) have launched the 5th edition of the National Palliative Care Standards (the Standards) and the Palliative Care Service Development Guidelines (the Guidelines).

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Collegian Special Issue on: Palliative Care
Collegian Special Issue on: Palliative Care

Collegian has a call for manuscripts for its Special Issue on palliative care, which has been extended until the 31 May 2019.  If you or your colleagues have a manuscript in preparation that fits this call, we encourage you to submit it for consideration.  The peer review process will be very timely and if accepted it will be in print by the end of December 2019.

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Becoming a member

PCNA membership is open to specialist palliative care nurses and nurses in other specialties with a passion for excellence in palliative care. Associate membership is open to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workers, assistants in nursing, personal carers and undergraduate nursing students.

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Key Issues

  • Euthanasia and Physician Assisted Suicide
  • Review of Australia's Health System Performance Information and Reporting Frameworks

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