Palliative Care Queensland

During Seniors Month and on Hats on for Children’s Palliative Care Day, Palliative Care Queensland will be screening the film "Live the life you please", online on Friday 13th October, 12pm – 2pm including a Q&A.  Panel Speakers are Louise O’Neill (CEO, Palliative Care Queensland) and Debbie D’Urso (Senior Project and Training Officer, Palliative Care Queensland)

‘Live the life you please’ will change the way you think about the last chapter of life as it aims to improve awareness about palliative care, advocate for increased access to essential palliative care and related health care services for all Australians and help to start important conversations about living the life you please until the very end. Told by medical professionals, patients and their families, it is an intimate portrait of the end-of-life experience and makes profound observations about life, death and what happens in between.

Live the life you please boasts a treasure trove of incredible stories captured all around Australia, from cities and regional centres to remote communities. It will make you smile, laugh, laugh harder and occasionally shed a tear as it shares the stories of a diverse range of Australians experiencing their last chapter.

Stories include Australians of all ages, different stages of disease and a variety of geographical locations, cultural, socio-economic and personal circumstances.

Group Bookings available please contact 

General Admission $10 

PCQ Members $9

Concession Card Holders $9

We encourage all participants to wear a hat prior to the event and send us an individual or group photo for #hatson4cpc via

Please email these prior to the start of the screening. We will post the image(s) on social media later in the day to support the campaign.

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