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The Australian Veterinary Palliative Care Advisory Council aims to assist the veterinary and it’s associated allied health professions to deliver best practice palliative care. It also endeavours to provide a platform through which pet owners can connect with each other and support the advancement of access to palliative care services across Australia. Its members are dedicated to the dissemination of information and the sharing of the ideals of palliative care within veterinary medicine. 

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For administrative, partnership and clinical enquiries please get in touch via the contact form and we will direct your enquiry to the relevant board member for response. Please note our team are all volunteers and responses may not be immediate. We look forward to hearing from you.

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About Us

AVPCAC was established in 2017 in an effort to harness expertise from a range of specialities across veterinary and allied health fields.

It aims to develop and support best end-of-life care practices within veterinary medicine, encourage cross discipline interaction between veterinarians and allied health practitioners to improve patient outcomes, and be a source of practical advice for veterinary practitioners looking to increase their clinical skills in this area.

AVPCAC also endeavours to openly encourage conversations about death and bereavement within the veterinary and animal health field.

Disclaimer Notice

Information provided on this site is of an advisory nature. It should not be considered or used as a substitute or replacement for veterinary medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

Recommendations as to therapeutics, diagnostics and best standards of practice are constantly evolving in the veterinary industry and are subject to change.

The AVPCAC and its members disclaim liability for any damages or losses, direct or indirect, that may result from use of or reliance on information provided here. If your pet has or is suspected to have a medical problem or condition, please seek specialist advice.

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