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We would like to announce the following

Awards

Rural & Remote Travel Grant

The Australian and New Zealand Society of Palliative Medicine (“ANZSPM”) Rural & Remote Travel Grant was established in 2019 to promote professional education and training for ANZSPM Members in rural and remote locations and to foster excellence in rural and remote practice in Australia and New Zealand. The grant provides financial support to successful applicants to attend a major ANZSPM educational event. Financial support offered by ANZSPM under the grant may be for full or partial funding of the eligible costs of attendance at ANZSPM’s discretion.

Congratulations and a warm #ANZSPM20 welcome are extended to Monica Theron (Northern Territory), Tasmin Coutts (Western Australia) and Samantha Wyton (Tasmania), who are this year’s ANZSPM Rural & Remote Travel Grant recipients. 

Trainee Award - Best Poster

ANZSPM fund an award for trainees for the best poster at the conference. The winner will be asked to provide a 300 word article about the project, after the conference, to be published in the ANZSPM newsletter. The applicants this year are:

Lucy Demediuk, Alfred Health, Melbourne VIC
The intersection between addiction medicine and palliative care: a challenging case study
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Helen James, St Vincents, Carlton VIC
Survey of health care interpreters and breaking bad news conversations
Click here to view poster

Dharshini Kunahlan, Gold Coast Hospital & Health Service, Gold Coast QLD
Mexiletine For Persistent Neuropathic Pain - A Case Series
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Sarah So, St George Hospital, Sydney NSW
“Restless” for forty years: The impact of restless legs syndrome in end stage kidney disease
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#ANZSPM 2020 Virtual Conference
Palliative Care - Strength Through Uncertainty
#ANZSPM 2020 Virtual Conference
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