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Keep up to date with the latest CareSearch resources, sections, partnerships and projects.
Please note that the links below were current at the time of posting, however links may become obsolete as websites update their content.
palliAGED has released new pages to support pharmacists in caring for older Australians. The pages feature information and resources on the important role of pharmacists, managing medications, dosing guides, supporting caregivers, education and professional development, and more.
Dying2Learn was an innovative online course developed by the CareSearch Project to help Australians feel more comfortable talking about death and dying. We are developing a Dying2Learn Hub as part of our new portal.
We invite you to have your say on the new hub by signing up as a reviewer and/or answer content polls.
In 2020-2023 we are undertaking a major re-structure to redesign how we connect you with knowledge and resources. One of the new features of the CareSearch portal will be a hub offering resources for diverse communities and groups with specific needs. Help us name the new hub by completing a short poll.
As part of our work CareSearch continuously supports clinicians and the wider community to access evidence-based tools to support palliative care. For many years we have promoted use of the internationally validated SPICT Tool developed to assist with early identification of people with deteriorating health due to advanced conditions or a serious illness.
We are proud to announce that CareSearch is now a platinum partner of the International SPICT Programme.
We are undertaking a major re-structure of our current website to redesign how we connect you with knowledge and resources. The new CareSearch portal will offer a rich set of integrated resources for the palliative care community that can be quickly and easily navigated.
We have collaborated with Multicultural Communities Council of South Australia and Palliative Care South Australia to create podcasts that aim to promote understanding of palliative care and awareness of support services. The podcasts are available in Cantonese, Croatian, Greek, Mandarin, Spanish, Ukranian, and English, and cover the topics: what is palliative care, pain and symptom management, what kind of services are available, and others. Read more
Our Dying2Learn 2020 graduation booklet has been mailed to participants who expressed interest. The booklet outlines the topics, activities, and participant answers and feedback.
We have free copies remaining, email us at email@example.com to order.