We live in a period of intense death denial.
But what if we were to smash that taboo and ask questions we want answers to, like how do we know when someone is close to dying, and how do we best care for them? How do we work with medical experts? How do we deal with the non-medical issues that will come up?
Join journalist Margaret Rice as she lifts the lid on the taboos that surround death, sharing practical information and compassionate advice from multiple sources to break down the boundaries and offer better choices of care to suit individual needs.
Margaret has worked as medical writer for the Sydney Morning Herald and The Australian.
Her blog good-grief.com.au is designed to help start the conversation about death.
Tickets include wine and canapés.