All information in the CareSearch portal is open to everyone. There are four CareSearch Centres. Each centre was developed with a specific purpose and audience in mind.
For the community and for those directly affected by the need for palliative care. A safe and welcoming place for everyone to learn about end of life and palliative care.
A place for health professionals and the workforce providing palliative care. A trustworthy and practical resource relevant to practice.
A place for people to find, learn about, and work with palliative care evidence. An authoritative, practical, and foundational resource to support best practice and improving care.
Where we keep you up to date and share how we do business and why it matters. It's about our values, collaborations and quality processes that ensure what we provide is trustworthy.
In each of the centres there are different ways to find the information you need.
CareSearch has developed this website to ensure content is available to as many users as possible. The website compliance with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines version 2.0 Level AA is outlined in our Accessibility Statement.
If you require printed materials, we have resources that can be ordered from our Order Resources section.
We also welcome your feedback and enquiries and encourage you to Contact CareSearch.
If you would like to receive news about what’s new in the website, you can register for our newsletter @CareSearch
By using the website you are agreeing to the website’s terms and conditions. Please take the opportunity to read this important notice.
Although we have attempted to ensure the information published on the CareSearch website is as accurate and complete as possible, such information may change from time to time. This may be because further research is developed and becomes available. Practice may also vary according to what is available locally (e g, particular medications) and the experience and expertise of local health professionals. In addition, the information is necessarily of a general nature, and health professionals should use their best clinical judgement in the way in which it is used. The information is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice and individuals should seek professional medical care and advice as required. Please see the Terms and Conditions of the website.
Last updated 02 August 2021