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27 May 2022

Helen Long throws a great party, regardless of being 89 years old and living with a life-limiting lung condition.

In early June, Helen is hosting a high tea soiree with friends at her Mosman home to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

Professor Josephine Clayton in discussion with The Advance Project team
26 May 2022

Family doctors and their teams report being more likely to initiate discussion about advance care plans and palliative care with patients after taking part in The Advance Project training and using its resources.

"Len with his wife Evelyn enjoying a drink at a restaurant
25 May 2022

Len cared for his wife, Evelyn, for three years before her death – supported by HammondCare’s Community Palliative Care Team.

HammondCare CEO Mike Baird announces the launch of the Palliative Care Strategy
24 May 2022

HammondCare will take a lead role advocating for better palliative care for all under a new five year plan that also expands its own end of life services to assist more people whether in the home, in residential aged care or in hospital.

Divy poses in a chair while HammondCare artist Annette paints his watercolour portrait
23 May 2022

For two hours last week, 29-year-old palliative care patient Divy Virmani was able to put aside any thoughts about being sick to have his likeness painted in beautiful watercolour by HammondCare lead artist Annette Innis.

8 March 2018

Prof Clayton, Director of HammondCare’s Centre for Learning and Research in Palliative Care, was one of two speakers invited to the 25th International Hospice Workshop at Peace House Hospice in Kanagawa, Japan.