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Developing and Growing the Palliative Care Workforce in Tasmania

 

THIS IS A JOINT PROJECT BEWTEEN PALLIATIVE CARE TASMANIA AND THE SCHOOL OF NURSING, COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF TASMANIA

 

The survey will ask questions about your knowledge, attitudes and perceptions about palliative care, as well as your opinion about current service provision. The survey should take no longer than 40 minutes to complete. Please note that submission of the completed questionnaire indicates your consent to provide your data for this research project.

 

You are invited to participate in a research study examining how palliative care is provided in Tasmania and the ways that members of the community (paid and unpaid) who are involved in delivering palliative care may be better supported. 

This project recognises that palliative care is provided by communities of people which include paid health care providers across different sectors (e.g. doctors, nurses, allied health, care workers) and unpaid care providers and support people (such as family carers, friends and volunteers). These communities of care are central to quality, coordinated, respectful palliative care that is person-focused and supports families and carers. 

 

This project aims to:   
  • Explore knowledge, attitudes and perceptions about palliative care amongst paid and unpaid providers of palliative care, 
  • Gather feedback from paid and unpaid providers about their contributions, knowledge, attitudes and perceptions towards the development of communities of care in Tasmania,  
  • Provide a series of actionable recommendations based on stakeholder feedback about what is needed for the future development and strengthening of communities of care in Tasmania.

 

This survey is anonymous.

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