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The Palliative Care Clinical Network is a broad network of health professionals, health organisations and consumers who are committed to working collaboratively to identify, implement and deliver best practice palliative care to people with a life-limiting illness.

The network aims to ensure delivery of best practice palliative care across Victoria, which means it:

  • is integrated early in the course of a progressive illness, not just at end of life
  • acknowledges and respects each patients unique needs, values and wishes and these guide care planning and decision making
  • provides relief from pain and other distressing symptoms as well as integrating psychosocial and spiritual aspects of care 
  • enhances quality of life and helps people to live as actively as possible until death
  • supports the caregiver and the family as well as the patient
  • is accessible to all regardless of age, illness, general, cultural background or geographical location.

Care plan for the dying person - Victoria

The Victorian End of Life Care Coordinating Program (VEC) website has now closed. 

If you require copies of the Care plan for the dying person - Victoria, or have questions about the program, contact the Palliative Care Clinical Network:

palliativecare.clinicalnetwork@safercare.vic.gov.au 
9096 7762

Meet the clinician and consumer members of the Palliative Care Clinical Network
How our Palliative Care Clinical Network is driving improvement in the quality and safety of care

Page last updated: 05 Dec 2018