Palliative Care Tasmania Presents: Bernard Salt AM

“The Freight Train Ahead: Palliative Care in Tasmania in the Decade to 2033”

Get ready for an eye-opening exploration of the future of palliative care in Tasmania. Join us for a captivating live presentation from columnist, speaker, business advisor and social commentator Bernard Salt.

As we look ahead to the challenges awaiting us, Bernard will provide invaluable insights tailored to the Tasmanian landscape.

What to expect:

  • Latest demographics and data with up-to-date statistics and insights specific to Tasmania
  • Engaging live slide-and-chat presentation

This is an unmissable opportunity to hear the latest from Bernard Salt AM.

📅 Date: Tuesday 5 March 2024

🕐 Time: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

🔗 Register Now:

Secure your spot today and be part of this pivotal discussion in shaping the future of palliative care in Tasmania!

This free event will be recorded and available to Palliative Care Tasmania members.

Not a member? Join here

Who should attend:
This event is ideal for anyone interested in the future of palliative care in Tasmania.

About Bernard Salt AM

Bernard Salt is widely regarded as one of Australia’s leading social commentators.

He has written six popular best-selling books, hosted a TV show on SkyNEWS Business called “The Next Five Years” and hosted a top-rated podcast called “What Happens Next”.

Bernard Salt is also one of Australia’s most in-demand corporate speakers.

After a 20-year career as a Partner in a global advisory firm, Bernard founded The Demographics Group to provide advice to business on demographic, social and property trends.

He is best known to the wider community for his penchant for identifying new social behaviours including “the goat’s cheese curtain.”

Bernard has been a columnist with The Australian newspaper for more than 20 years.  His column in The Weekend Australian Magazine is highly regarded and widely read.

Bernard was awarded the Member of the Order of Australia (AM) in the 2017 Australia Day honours for his services to the Australian people via demography.

And finally, Bernard is the person responsible for popularising the phrase “smashed avocado” … globally!