Presentation Files

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Palliative Care Nurses New Zealand Conference 2019 PROGRAMME 
Keynote Speaker Organisation Topic – hyperlinked to PDF version of PowerPoint file
Prof Alex Broom UNSW Sydney Nursing transitions to end of life: Emotions, interprofessional relations & cultural taboos
Assoc Prof Louise Hickman University of Technology Sydney Palliative care, still massively underused beyond oncology; ‘Unmet Needs’ in older populations living with chronic diseases such as heart failure.
Dr Denise Marshall McMaster University, CAN Palliative Care as Public Health – it’s everybody’s business!
Invited Speaker Organisation Topic – hyperlinked to PDF version of PowerPoint file
Kathy Glasgow Ministry of Health Opening Address on behalf of Chief Nurses Office, MOH
Karyn Bycroft Starship Children’s Hospital Paediatric Palliative Care: “Being there for a child is the most noble thing a toy can do” (Toy Story)
Suzanne Corcoran (for Hilary Boyd) South Auckland Social Wellbeing Board Key insights: Staff perspectives as patients living with serious illness
Whakaahuru Singers Wellington The Gentle Singers
Jessica Young University of Otago Assisted Dying and the paradox of control

Monday 11:15am – 12:45pm

Presenter/s Organisation Topic – hyperlinked to PDF version of PowerPoint file
Bridget Marshall
& Frances Hey
Arohanui Hospice Identifying palliative care need in aged residential care; beyond hospice borders
Rosemary Cave Mary Potter Hospice Educating and Influencing partners for the future: Supporting medical students to develop their communication skills with patients at end of life
Lisa Henderson Hospice Southland Introducing COAST (Clinical Order Articulating Scope of Treatment). The introduction of a one page medical order that can be used to provide appropriate goal-directed care for Southern District Health Board patients who reside in Southland and who have serious medical illnesses or frailty with an expected prognosis of one year or less.
Dr Aileen Collier The University of Auckland Is palliative care ageist?
Claire Hatherell
& Diane Noble
Mercy Hospice Palliative care from your world view: How delivering palliative care impacts on your own personal values and beliefs
Jude Pickthorne Hutt Valley DHB/TOH ‘In our hands and through our eyes’: A grounded theory of the experiences of internationally qualified nurses caring for the dying in aged care in NZ
Jan Waldock Arohanui Hospice Under the pump: Breaking the barriers of traditional continuous subcutaneous infusion education

Monday 1:10pm – 1:30pm – POSTERS

Presenter/s Organisation Topic – hyperlinked to PDF version of PowerPoint file
Jude Pickthorne Hutt Valley DHB/TOH Engaging interest for improving end of life care in an acute hospital setting
Lynley Batson Carter Society The complexity of delivering palliative care at Carter Court – a rural aged care facility in Carterton, South Wairarapa
Ros McIntosh &
Mel Humphries-Connolly
Te Omanga Hospice Reflective debriefing in aged residential care – a way to promote emotional well-being and palliative care learning
Sarah Shellard
& Jennie Banks
Te Omanga Hospice Palliative nurse champions in Hutt Valley DHB: Closing the gaps in palliative care.
Ali Alqahtani The University of Queensland End-of-life care challenges from staff viewpoints in emergency departments: Systematic review

Monday 2:15pm – 3:45pm

Presenter/s Organisation Topic – hyperlinked to PDF version of PowerPoint file
Wendy Matthew Waitemata DHB The experiences of forensic health care staff when providing palliative care to a long term service diagnosed with a life limiting illness
Karyn Foley &
Karen Goymour
Central Region Technical Advisory Services Limited (TAS) interRAI journey in palliative care – an evidence based approach
Dr Amani Babgi Johns Hopkins Aramco Healthcare, Saudi Arabia Analysis of Do Not Resuscitate Order (DNR) & Allow Natural Death (AND) practice in Saudi Arabia: Experience of two major centers
Abby Earrey Auckland DHB Unmet need for patients with cancer admitted to hospital under non-oncology services: Need for an integrated acute oncology & palliative care service?
Prof Jane Phillips
Dr Annemarie Hosie
Assoc Prof Louise Hickman
University of Technology Sydney
The University of Notre Dame
University of Technology Sydney
Managing chronic breathlessness in the palliative care setting
– sorry but unable to share content in the public forum, as some is content from their Masters programme
Hanan Alyami The University of Queensland Elements of End-of-Life Care from the persepective of people who are diagnosed with advanced cancer and their families in intensive care units in Saudi Arabia
Gemma Aburn
& Emma Hedgecock
Starship Child Health
Hospice West Auckland
“A whole new world”…tackling the challenge of transition for young people with palliative care needs

Tuesday 11:30am – 12:30pm

Presenter/s Organisation Topic – hyperlinked to PDF version of PowerPoint file
Louisa Ingham &
Kirsty Robertson
Hospice Southland Working together: A inter-hospice collaboration to meet the palliative care needs of geographically isolated communities
Sarah Shellard Te Omanga Hospice Lymphoedema what is it? A workshop in practical support and what we can do to maximise quality of life and support our patients and their whanau
Dr Martin Woods Victoria University of Wellington Palliative care nurses viewpoints regarding end of life practices and euthanasia
Dr Annmarie Hosie University of Technology Sydney A multicomponent non-pharmacological intervention to prevent delirium for hospitalised people with advanced cancer: A phase II cluster randomised waitlist controlled trial
Jo Henrdickson Hospice Marlborough An alternative to subcutaneous medications – utilising sublingual and buccal medications for symptom management at the end of life


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