A Community Panel to answer the question

What does dying well look like and how can we help people achieve this?

Most Australians would prefer to die at home surrounded by their family and friends.

However, only a small number of people do so.

If you are interested in being part of this Community Panel and you are available for all three meetings please click on the registration button below and complete the short registration form:


Registrations close on at midnight on Sunday 28 October.

To ensure the Community Panel has a cross-section of people Deliberately Engaging is handling registrations and will randomly select around 40 people who reflect a cross-section of people with experience as either consumers or carers to be on the Community Panel.

If you need further information on how to register please call Nivek Thompson on 0472 761 324.

You can find out more about this initiative at HERE and HERE.


What is the North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network (NWMPHN)?

The North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network (NWMPHN) has received Australian Commonwealth Government funding to implement a national pilot initiative known as the ‘Greater Choice for At Home Palliative Care’ program between 2018 and 2020.  As part of this initiative, NWMPHN aims to work with the communities and service providers across the sector to help improve planning and provision of end of life and palliative care for people.  NWMPHN’s vision is to improve better care every day for everyone living in the northern and western regions of Melbourne. NWMPHN is a not-for-profit, commissioning agency established and funded by the Australian Commonwealth Government to improve primary healthcare for the community.