PEPA Culture Centred Care CALD Workshop Kilsyth

Acquire knowledge, skills and confidence in providing palliative care for people with a chronic disease and/or life-limiting illness.
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The Program of Experience in the Palliative Approach (PEPA) aims to improve palliative care by increasing the skills and confidence of health professionals caring for people with life-limiting illnesses, and their families.


  • How cultural values and world views affect experience and expectations of palliative care;
  • How to elicit culturally significant information in a sensitive way;
  • How to plan for the culturally relevant needs of clients, families, and friends; and
  • How to identify when a communication problem is occurring and apply effective strategies to resolve it.


Dr Hung Nguyen

The workshop will be presented in partnership with Palliative Care Victoria and will be delivered by Dr Hung Nguyen. Dr Nguyen works as a General Practitioner in multicultural Glen Waverley. He has extensive clinical and teaching experience in cross-cultural medicine.

This Workshop is limited to 20 places, so please register soon to avoid disappointment.

An email confirming registration to attend will be sent from PEPA to participants.

If you have registered and find you are unable to attend, please advise us as soon as possible, as these workshops are in high demand and we can offer your place to another participant. If you do not advise us and don’t attend, you will incur an administration fee. Thank you for your understanding.

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Observational placements are available for doctors, nurses, allied health and Aboriginal health professionals who are employed in health fields (e.g. hospitals, community, residential aged care facilities, general practice).

Contact PEPA Victoria on 9231 1926 or  9231 1935  for more details, or go to the PEPA website and download an information booklet:

We acknowledge the Wurundjeri people and other peoples of the Kulin nation as the traditional owners of the land on which our work in the community takes place. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

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