The 14th Australian Palliative Care Conference (17APCC) brought over 860 clinicians, researchers, allied health practitioners, educators and carers who have a passion for palliative care.
Our aim was to leave you feeling connected with community and based on feedback already received, 17APCC connected more delegates, sponsors and exhibitors than ever before. We also virtually connected with the broader community through Facebook, Twitter and by live streaming plenary sessions and creating highlight videos.
We’re also proud to have provided scholarships to 38 people working in aged care and scholarships to 20 postgraduate students to attend to further their skills and knowledge in the palliative care community.
We’re so glad you joined us and look forward to welcoming you to Perth for 19APCC, 10-13 September 2019.
Watch video highlights from all three days of
17APCC including selected full plenary sessions
#17APCC trended nationally each day!
30.310 million impressions
The final participant list is now available.
Please download here.
In accordance with the Privacy Act, some delegates opted not to be included.
The majority of presentations from 17APCC are available online here.
Recordings of live-streamed sessions can be found via our Youtube 17APCC playlist.
Please note that some speakers have not granted permission to release their presentation, however, if there is one missing that you would like more details on please contact us.
Download the final program and onsite handbook here.
A certificate of attendance was emailed to all attendees on 28 September.
If you have not received your certificate or misplaced it, please contact email@example.com or contact them on 02 6281 6624. This certificate may be required for professional development.
A massive thank you to our media partner Croakey for providing the conference news coverage.
See their final wrapping some ‘life-changing conversations” from palliative care conference post here.
If you weren’t able to make it this year we warn you that looking at #17APCC may trigger a physiological reaction akin to fear-of-missing-out (also known as FOMO). If this happens we recommend putting the dates for the 15th Australian Palliative Care Conference in Perth, WA in your diary now. 10-13 September 2019
Palliative Care Australia gratefully acknowledges the support of our Sponsors, Supporters and Exhibitors for the Australian Palliative Care Conference 2017.
Without their support, this conference would not be possible!