Introducing new End-of-Life education

Through Flinders University’s College of Nursing and Health Sciences, End-of-Life Essentials (EOLE) has launched a new learning platform, with three new modules to further provide health professionals with education and resources to assist in delivering quality end-of-life care.

EOLE is a Commonwealth Funded project, provided through Flinders University, that provides free evidence-based end-of-life care education for doctors, nurses, and allied health professionals, as well as for staff responsible for accreditation, in any acute care hospital.

The new modules include:

  • Meeting the Standards: Whatever your role, learn more about the end-of-life care elements in the NSQHS Comprehensive Care Standards.
  • Clinical Change Management begins with having a good understanding of the hospital where you work, and the level of end-of-life care.
  • The Importance of Coordinating Patient Care: Learn more about coordinating care within and beyond the hospital.

All learners will need to newly register to the EOLE education, even if they have used EOLE resources before.For more information bout how to access these new learning resources, visit the online link:

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