OUR MISSION

The Bereavement Care Network links practitioners and services to improve support for people working in bereavement care in the North, North-West and South of Tasmania.

The Bereavement Care Network links practitioners and services to improve support for people working in bereavement care in the North, North-West and South of Tasmania.

OUR MISSION

The Bereavement Care Network links Practitioners and services to improve support for people working in bereavement care in the North, North-West and South of Tasmania.

The Bereavement Care Network links practitioners and services to improve support for people working in bereavement care in the North, North-West and South of Tasmania.

OUR MISSION

The Bereavement Care Network links practitioners and services to improve support for people working in bereavement care in the North, North-West and South of Tasmania.

The Bereavement Care Network links practitioners and services to improve support for people working in bereavement care in the North, North-West and South of Tasmania.

OUR MISSION

The Bereavement Care Network links practitioners and services to improve support for people working in bereavement care in the North, North-West and South of Tasmania.

The Bereavement Care Network links practitioners and services to improve support for people working in bereavement care in the North, North-West and South of Tasmania.

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Rohan Greenland
Rohan Greenland, CEO Palliative Care Australia
Colleen Johnstone
Colleen Johnstone, CEO Palliative Care Tasmania

Palliative Care Tasmania Networking & Social Evening

We warmly invite our members and friends along to catch up and hear from Palliative Care Australia CEO, Rohan Greenland and Palliative Care Tasmania CEO, Colleen Johnstone, about the important work both organisations are doing in the field of palliative care, and about the issues facing the sector in Tasmania and nationally.

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Event Details

Date:  Tuesday, 27th August 2019
Location: 

George Cartwright Room,
Hadley's Hotel
34 Murray St, Hobart

Time:  5:30pm to 7:30pm

 Nibbles and drinks provided.

 

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pallcaretasnetworking.eventbrite.com.au

This event is free to attend and open to PCT members and non-members/friends.

All Welcome

 

For more details contact

Prue Cripps, Palliative Care Tasmania,
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (03) 6231 2799
for more information.

 

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