This symposium will be a forum for healthcare professionals working in advanced chronic diseases to share insights and approaches to the coordination of care in advanced chronic non-malignant diseases.

Learn about the latest innovations in collaborative supportive care models from expert international, national and local speakers.

Join the case study discussions to explore how our local health services and systems can better support and respond the care needs of people living with advanced chronic non-malignant disease.

Keynote speakers:

  • Dr Sara Davison - Nephrologist, University Of Alberta, Canada
  • A/Prof Natasha Smallwood - Respiratory Physician, Royal Melbourne Hospital
  • Dr Isuru Ranasinghe - Cardiologist, The Prince Charles Hospital & University of Queensland
  • Lyn Chan - Heart Failure Nurse Practitioner, Royal Adelaide Hospital
  • Nicole Dawes - Senior Project Officer, Rural Support Service
  • Laura Lunardi - Renal Nurse Practitioner, Central and Northern Adelaide Renal Transplantation Services
  • Dr Chris Moy - General Practitioner, Australian Medical Association (SA)
  • Dr Nicholas Farinola - Clinical Pharmacologist, Multidisciplinary Ambulatory Consulting Service
  • Dr Dalini Selvam - GP & Palliative Care Registrar, Northern Adelaide Local Health Network

Click HERE to view the Symposium Program.

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Event details

Friday, November 4
8.30am - 4.30pm

Location
Adelaide Convention Centre & Online

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