End of Life Care Awareness Follow Up Survey

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Since 2018 WA Primary Health Alliance has been working to improve access to safe, quality palliative care at home through the Great Southern Compassionate Communities project. Compassionate Communities is an international public health project the aim of which is to engage broad community support for people approaching the end of their lives.


In the early stages of the initiative we surveyed the community in an attempt to understand how our community, including our workplaces, support each other through times of dying, death and loss and how we are discussing and planning for our future care needs.


We know for many this may be a confronting topic to be talking about, however it is an important subject which we will all have to face eventually. The information you share in this follow up survey will help in the evaluation of the project.


The survey should only take two minutes to complete and your response will be anonymous.

Since 2018 WA Primary Health Alliance has been working to improve access to safe, quality palliative care at home through the Great Southern Compassionate Communities project. Compassionate Communities is an international public health project the aim of which is to engage broad community support for people approaching the end of their lives.


In the early stages of the initiative we surveyed the community in an attempt to understand how our community, including our workplaces, support each other through times of dying, death and loss and how we are discussing and planning for our future care needs.


We know for many this may be a confronting topic to be talking about, however it is an important subject which we will all have to face eventually. The information you share in this follow up survey will help in the evaluation of the project.


The survey should only take two minutes to complete and your response will be anonymous.