End-of-Life Care

Dying is a normal and inevitable part of life. In recent times much has been written in Australia and internationally about the challenges facing people to make informed decisions about end of life (EOL) care. Australians are living longer with a greater burden of chronic disease. Overall, deaths are occurring later but with a narrower ‘window’ of time, and people are more commonly dying with multiple chronic diseases. The combined effect is that death should be more predictable.

Position Statements

End-of-Life Care
End-of-Life Care

Reports

Improving end-of-life care in Australia
Improving end-of-life care in Australia