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Quality care
at the end of life
for all.

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To influence, foster
and promote
the delivery of quality care
at the end of life for all.


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Tasmanian Association for Hospice and Palliative Care

The Tasmanian Association for Hospice & Palliative Care Inc. is the peak representative body for hospice and palliative care in Tasmania. We are affiliated with Palliative Care Australia, and two Tasmanian delegates attend PCA council meetings.

TAHPC works to:

  • Increase awareness and understanding of hospice and palliative care;
     
  • Provide information about services;
     
  • Support maintenance of best practice standards;
     
  • Support workers involved in the care of people who are dying;
     
  • Advocate for service provision and its future development;
     
  • Support clients and carers in accessing appropriate services.

We encourage you and your colleagues to show your support of
hospice and palliative care in Tasmania... become a member.

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Download TAHPC Information Sheet PDF (442kb)  MS Word (490kb)


Networking End of Life Care Across Tasmania

COMMUNITY ACTIVITY SEED FUNDING - ROUND 3
OPENS 6 October 2014  - CLOSES 7 November 2014

>>>For more information <<<
Click HERE!

Seed Funding Update for Rounds 1-3 and
Application, Assessment & Processing Flowchart

now available to view.



National Palliative Care Week 2014

ABC Radio Interview

Listen to TAHPC/BAPC Project Manager, Jenny Fuller, speaking recently with ABC Radio's Penny Terry on end of life care and advance care planning.

        Click here to listen to the interview            



Federal Budget 2014-15

Following the Federal Budget, Palliative Care Australia have prepared two documents for your information:

Briefing: Amanda Bresnan, PCA’s National Policy Manager, has prepared a briefing on the health budget, looking at the opportunities, concerns and big changes in health that affect palliative care.
- Download PDF 133kb

 Media release: Prepared 13th May 2014 in response to the Budget announcements.
- Download PDF 103kb
 



Join TAHPCBecome a TAHPC Member!
 

Please consider joining TAHPC this year
and show your support of palliative care in Tasmania.

TAHPC membership enables you to keep up to date with palliative care issues,
provides useful resources and information, as well as discounts on our
education events/study days.

Membership is only $40 if employed
Conc./students/unemployed                 $20
Hospice and Palliative Care Volunteers    $15

Print out a Membership Brochure/Application Form and join now.


Last site update: 21 October 2014
 

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Ph: 03 6285 2514


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TAHPC AGM - 18th October 2014
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