Opinion Editorial

New model of caring for older people planting seeds of change at Calvary

By Karen Harrison, Calvary National Manager Collaborative Care Redesign “Large-scale problems do not require large scale solutions; they require small-scale solutions with a large scale framework.” – David Fleming in Surviving the future As we continue to introduce the PEARS (Personhood, Environment, Activity, Relationships and Safe care) model of caring

Calvary creates its own Mental Health First Aid squad

By Jen Agars, Calvary National Manager Work Health and Safety On average we spend half of our total wake time working. Some of us spend more time with our work colleagues than our loved ones. So it makes sense when there is a change in our behaviour or wellbeing, it

Valuing and supporting the older person at Calvary

By Kerryn Vine-Camp, Calvary National Director People & Corporate Services This Sunday, 1 October, on the International Day of the Older Person, Calvary is proudly recognising the valued contributions of the older members of our workforce and is creatively seeking ways to further encourage seniors to consider new career options

Calvary sets a new benchmark for integrated care

By Shannon Thompson, Calvary Kooyong General Manager Older Australians are demanding care and services that allow them to age in place, and Calvary is proudly leading the charge in investing and developing genuine integrated care models to support these desires. Our Calvary Care System is strategically enabling our existing services

Enabling an innovative workforce for research success

By Kerryn Vine-Camp, Calvary National Director People & Corporate Services Thomas A Edison once said: “There’s a way to do it better – find it”. As a leading healthcare provider, Calvary recognises that to ensure ongoing research activities we must have an organisational strategy that attracts, retains and supports innovation