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Bereavement study

Bereavement study

The National COVID-19 Bereavement Project, funded by the Medical Research Future Fund is looking at the mental health outcomes and service needs of over 2,000 Australians bereaved from any cause during 2020. If you are willing to participate,  the study involves a 30-minute anonymous online survey that asks about your experience of bereavement, the kind of support (if any) you have received and wanted, what has been most helpful and least helpful for you, and any other comments you would like to make.

Complete the survey

Posted: 8/06/2021
New CareSearch publication

New CareSearch publication

CareSearch Director, Jennifer Tieman has recently co-authored an article outlining development of the Engagement Framework which will be used to guide and deliver an Engagement Project which will actively seek feedback and insights from intended users in a structured process. For more see: Tieman J, Lewis V. Benefits of Structured Engagement with Target Audiences of a Health Website: Study Design for a Multi-Case Study. Healthcare. 2021;9(5):600. https://doi.org/10.3390/healthcare9050600

Posted: 27/05/2021
CareSearch Portal update

CareSearch Portal update

Work is progressing quickly on the CareSearch Portal development. Last month, the GP/Primary Health Care Review group met to discuss what the sector needs to support and encourage engagement with palliative care. A proposal is now being developed with draft content being prepared for review later this month.

The Community Centre review group met back in March 2021, and again in May to ‘test drive’ some of the new sections and content. Based on all the feedback received, the Community Centre will be refined and finalised prior to user testing. If you would like to be involved, please visit our portal page and sign up.

Posted: 11/05/2021
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Page updated 11 May 2022