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What does a good death look like? Should we plan our own deaths? How do current issues like the global pandemic, loneliness, and inequality influence the ways we die and cope with loss? And how can we end taboos around death? Explore this and other topics with a panel of people with lived experiences and insights into death, facilitated by experienced journalist and palliative care advocate Rita Alfred-Saggar.
Our panellists are Lana Glagowski, CEO of Palliative Care WA; Dr Jaya Dantas, population health expert and Dean International of Curtin University’s Faculty of Health Sciences; Satyam Brown, certified palliative counsellor and social worker; and Melanie Hawkes, WA Associate Director of Physical Disability Australia.
This conversation is brought to you by the Centre for Stories.
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