Palliative care medicine courses to support you and your learning at every stage in your career.
No matter what your medical specialty is, chances are that at some stage in your career, you will be providing end-of-life care to a terminally ill patient. Which means not only will you be dealing with your patient’s unique physical needs, you’ll also be navigating their stress and emotions, and those of their loved ones.
On top of all this, you are likely to be part of a multi-disciplinary team, all working towards the best possible standard of care and comfort for your shared patient.
Unlike most medical specialities, where your focus is on cures and treatments, palliative care requires you to concentrate on quality of life. Death is a part of life, and people at the end of their lives rely on you to keep up with the latest advancements in palliative care.
By breaking down the barriers to palliative care continued professional development, Med CPD allows you to stop wasting time and gain clinical time.
This unique platform has all your end-of-life medicine CPD opportunities in one place, including advanced care directives, paediatric palliative care and dealing with specific life-limiting illnesses such as motor neuron disease and late-stage cancer.
You’ll no longer have to search the web, book-mark pages, join mailing lists and sift through thousands of hours of palliative care medicine courses and training to find what you need.
Med CPD’s extensive database of palliative care medicine courses, training and workshops gives you back valuable time. Time you can be spending ensuring your terminal ill patient experiences a gentle death.
You can also be confident that any repeatable courses featured are subject to peer approval.
Simple to search and easy to explore, Med CPD puts new and related areas of knowledge and training at your fingertips, improving patient outcomes and supporting your career.
Be part of a passionate palliative care medicine community
Here at Med CPD, you’ll get more than an easy-to-use online resource for all your palliative care CPD. You’ll also be part of an engaged community of medical professionals keen to enhance their knowledge of end-of-life medicine.
You can use Med CPD to gain valuable insight into the palliative care courses and training that your other peers are interested in, and those they have completed. This allows you to discover recent developments in research and knowledge.
You can also support your peers, and encourage life-long learning, by sharing your learning plans. Together, you can develop the medical professions knowledge of palliative care, creating better outcomes for all.
Search for specific end-of life care subject or browse our extensive range of peer-approved learning opportunities. This free and easy-to-use platform only lists courses from registered companies qualified to deliver quality palliative care CPD.
If you come across a course you think we should include, or have suggestions that will lead to a better use experience, let us know. That way, you can all play a part in ensuring Med CPD is the best it can be.
Connect, share, create and support the professional development of the medical community to better comfort, care, and quality of life for terminally ill patients and their families.
Your centralised source of leading CPD
Med CPD is improving the way the Australian medical community access medical professional development. This single, centralised platform houses an extensive, and growing, library of medical training resources and opportunities.
Browse and search for your CPD
With CPD content categorised by medical specialty, you can browse, research and choose the training opportunities best suited to your professional development goals and interests.
Build your own curated learning plan
Learning plans ensure your CPD is relevant at every stage of your career. Create your own curated learning plans to help meet your immediate CPD targets and plan for your future learning goals. Collaborate with your peers by sharing your plans, or follow learning plans created by other community members.