Embedding a palliative approach within residential aged care facilities: tools, teams and terms acting as drivers for change
The NSW Primary Health Care Research and Evaluation Conference has become a key annual event in the state primary health care calendar, providing people with the opportunity to meet, network and learn from others across the research community. The conference attracts a mixture of people with interests in primary health care including: GPs, Divisional staff, community and allied health professionals, Aboriginal health workers, students, academics and consumers.
The theme of this year's conference was "Cultivating Capacity". This theme reflected the need to sustain primary health care research, evaluation and development. Building sustainability is about encouraging collaboration, cultural change, and supporting the next generation of leaders in primary health care research. [From Conference Website: http://www.nswphc.unsw.edu.au/past_events.htm]
Phillips, J. L., Davidson, P. M., Kristjanson, L., Jackson, D., & Daly, J. (2005). Embedding a palliative approach within residential aged care facilities: Tools, teams and terms acting as drivers for change Paper presented at the 3rd Annual NSW Primary Health Care Research and Evaluation Conference. Sydney, NSW, 1-2 December, 2005.