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Voluntary assisted dying resources information sessions

Voluntary assisted dying resources information sessions

Voluntary assisted dying

Nurses and carers can learn about resources that can help them respond to people wanting access to, or information about, voluntary assisted dying, at information sessions being held around Victoria until 25 March.

These sessions cover the models of care and pathways to support the implementation of voluntary assisted dying within health services, GP clinics, community-based services and residential aged care services.

Remaining information sessions are:

Melbourne – East 13 March Click here
Melbourne – West 18 March Click here
Echuca 19 March Click here
Mildura 20 March Click here
Swan Hill 21 March Click here
Melbourne – North 25 March Click here
Webinar 2 12 March 12noon Click here
Webinar 3 21 March 6.30pm Click here
Webinar 4 25 March 3pm Click here

Clinicians, managers, and executives with responsibility for guiding health services’ responses to voluntary assisted dying are encouraged to attend. A range of options are available including face-to-face sessions across Victoria, a series of online webinars and, should you not be able to attend any of these sessions, a video that will be available for download.

For further information about the sessions contact Kyah Monaghan at the Victorian Healthcare Association on 9094 7777 or at