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Research Opportunity: End of Life Law for Clinicians Pilot Study

End of Life Law for Clinicians (ELLC) is a free training program for medical practitioners, nurses, allied and other health professionals, and students about Australian laws relating to end of life decision-making.

The ELLC training program is seeking expressions of interest from general practices for the ELLC Pilot Study. This Australian-first study will develop GPs’ and Practice Nurses’ confidence, skills and knowledge in the law on end of life decision-making, including the law on providing pain and symptom relief, through completion of online training modules.

Participants will also complete pre and post-training surveys and interviews to explore improvements in legal knowledge and confidence, and changes to practice. Gift cards and other benefits are available for participating.

Visit End of Life Law in Australia for further information and to apply. Expressions of interest close Friday 5 April 2024. Pilot Study flyer.

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