Palliative and End of Life Care
Palliative and End of Life Care is a special type of care that aims to support people with life limiting illness and their families to live life as well as possible, right to the last breath. Palliative and End of Life Care often enlists multidisciplinary teams of clinicians, and allied and primary health practitioners to meet the needs of the individual and can be provided in hospital, aged care facilities, specialist services or at home.
Excellence in Palliative Care
Hearing the lived experience of recipient families and the palliative care experts who accompany them, is an opportunity for us to reflect on what excellence in palliative care is.
During National Palliative Care Week 22-29 May 2021 we are privileged to share the deeply personal experiences of people and families in our care.
We hope their experiences are of benefit and comfort to you If you or someone close to you is very ill, or someone close to you has died recently.
Palliative and End of Life Care Research Institute
The Calvary network has undertaken ground-breaking research over many years and its researchers work with National and State research collaborations which bring together leading clinicians and researchers in medical, allied health and nursing fields. Much of this innovative and ground breaking research initiated by palliative care clinicians here in Australia is changing palliative care practice around the world.
Healing After Loss
If someone close to you is very ill or has died recently, the Healing After Loss Booklet may help you through what can be a distressing time.