The Australian and New Zealand Society of Palliative Medicine (ANZSPM) is a specialty medical society that facilitates professional development and support for its members and promotes the practice of palliative medicine. Our members are medical practitioners who provide care for people with a life threatening illness. 


Latest News

CNC Palliative Care - Nursing - Roma, South West Hospital and Health Service (20/10/2017)

The Clinical Nurse Consultant (CNC) is accountable at an advanced practice level for the provision of specialised palliative care knowledge and advanced clinical practices

Staff Specialist Palliative Care - West Moreton HHS (20/10/2017)

To provide Specialist Palliative Care services to patients requiring palliative care in the West Moreton Hospital and Health Service (FTE 0.2 - 1 day a week)

Specialist Physician in Geriatrics or General Physician (with special interest) (12/10/2017)

Are you an energetic and forward thinking Geriatrician or General Physician with a passion for older people? If you think that you possess the right skills and attributes that will make a difference, then why not think about joining our team here in the beautiful Waikato region of New Zealand.

Staff Specialist Permanent Full Time Appointment - Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Palliative Care Service (12/10/2017)

An opportunity for a new permanent position attending to inpatients and the consult service at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and other facilities within the Sydney Local Health District.

Trainee position - Barwon Health Palliative Care Service (11/10/2017)

Trainee to fill maternity leave position from Monday 16 October 2017 to Monday 5 February 2018

ANZSPM Media Release - 7 August 2017 (7/8/2017)

Palliative Care Doctors welcome Health Select Committee report on 'Assisted Dying'. The Australian and New Zealand Society of Palliative Medicine (ANZSPM) Aotearoa Branch has welcomed the report from the NZ Health Select Committee investigating the attitudes of New Zealanders to 'assisted dying' as well-written and balanced. ANZSPM is encouraged that inequities in Specialist Palliative Care service provision, resource and funding have been highlighted and looks forward to the Governments response.