CPCRE - Centre for Palliative Care Research and Education
Acknowledgement of Country: CPCRE and PEPA respectfully acknowledge the Jagera and Turrbul peoples, traditional custodians of the lands where CPCRE and PEPA Queensland are located. We acknowledge elders past, present and emerging and their continuing spiritual relationship with the land.
- CPCRE COVID-19 Resources
- Report of Qld Parliamentary Inquiry into Aged Care, End of Life, and Palliative Care
- RUN-PC palliative care triage tool
- Making 'invisible' nursing work visible: The work of oncology nurses in introducing early palliative care
- CPCRE/QUT palliative care nursing unit 2020 has significant discounts.
- Supporting children and young people to manage the impact of death. 21 Oct 2019
- ELDAC toolkits - aged care, palliative care and advance care planning
- End of Life Essentials: Education for Acute Hospitals
- Queensland Statewide Strategy for End of Life Care (2015)
Who We Are
The Centre for Palliative Care Research and Education (CPCRE) was established by Queensland Health in 2001 to enhance palliative care services in Queensland through education and research. Palliative care is an approach that improves quality of life of patients and their families facing problems associated with life threatening illness, through prevention of suffering by early identification, and impeccable assessment and treatment of, pain and other problems, physical, psychological and spiritual, allowing people a dignified death.
What we do
CPCRE works collaboratively with many other palliative care organisations, including:
Our work focuses on:
- Developing capacity of the palliative care workforce to provide quality palliative care
- Improving links between research and practice in palliative care
- Undertaking research to enhance the quality of palliative care
- Providing information which supports delivery of palliative care services