The CareSearch Project is committed the continuous improvement of palliative care in Australia. We support this by identifying, evaluating, synthesising, and disseminating trustworthy information resources and evidence so that every Australian can get quality palliative care.
To ensure everyone receiving or providing palliative care has access to trustworthy evidence-based information to support person-centred decision-making and quality in care provision.
Everyone in Australia – regardless of age, location, background, or orientation – are provided with the best quality palliative care.
The CareSearch logo is composed of the words Care and Search and highlights the connection between the clinician and patient/carer (“Care”) and we, the project, working to facilitate that care through evidence and through dissemination (“Search”).
The half circle that joins the words “care” and “search” represents the continual cycle of evidence creation through to application. Contact us to get high resolution copies of our logos.
A series of icons have been designed to represent the different sectors CareSearch works within. The icons are designed to represent the following:
Four half circles representing family, community, health professionals and CareSearch come together to support the patient.
A stylised version of the DNA helix which represents not only people working directly with patients, but also researchers.
The use of the eye symbol represents vigilance, and is associated with light, wisdom, and energy.
This flower symbol is an homage to the cross pollination of information required in good project management.
Page updated 02 August 2021