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  1. Palliative care in a hospital or community residential home

    You can have inpatient palliative care in a hospital or a specialist inpatient palliative care unit.

  2. Palliative care services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people

    There are culturally sensitive palliative care services that will help you and your family.

  3. Palliative Care Victoria

    Palliative care information and advice is available from Palliative Care Victoria

  4. Palliative care – complaints about legal, financial and funeral services

    It is okay to speak up and make a complaint if you think something is wrong with the service being provided.

  5. Palliative care – dealing with common symptoms

    Some people prefer having palliative care at home because of the familiar environment, feeling of independence and close access to family, friends and the local community.

  6. Palliative care – emotional, spiritual and cultural care

    Some people prefer having palliative care at home because of the familiar environment, feeling of independence and close access to family, friends and the local community.

  7. Palliative care – looking after yourself

    When caring for a loved one with a terminal illness, it is important to look after your own mental health and wellbeing so that you will have the energy and strength required for your role as carer.

  8. Pancreas

    The pancreas helps to digest food, particularly protein.

  9. Pancreatic cancer

    The causes of pancreatic cancer are unknown, but smokers are at greater risk.

  10. Pancreatitis

    Pancreatitis is inflammation of the pancreas, which can be either acute or chronic