The Palliative Care Bridge Supporting living to the end
Care of people from different faiths
Due to the secular nature of Australian culture, pastoral care needs to provide support to people from different faiths at the end of life. An interview with Mary Ashton and Mandy Muir.
Mary Ashton & Mandy Muir
Due to the secular nature of Australian culture, pastoral care needs to provide support to people from different faiths.
Dr Matra Robertson
Communicating hope near the end of life
Health professionals need to be aware of the significance of hope for patients and families when living with a life limiting illness.
Professor Rod MacLeod
The place of spiritual care at the end of life
Spirituality means different things to different people. This interview asks how spiritual care fits into palliative care.
The contribution of pastoral care
A conversation about what pastoral care means and how it can be used to support patients receiving end of life care.