Clare Holland House Wins Two National Palliative Care Awards
30th September 2019
On Thursday 12th September, the National Palliative Care Awards were presented at the inaugural Oceanic Palliative Care Conference Gala Dinner in Perth. These prestigious national awards are presented every two years by Palliative Care Australia (PCA). Nominations are received from palliative care services across the country.
Five individual and two team awards were announced in recognition of outstanding innovation, talent and teamwork in the palliative care sector.
Warm congratulations to the following Calvary winners!
Emerging Leader: Juliane Samara, Palliative Care Nurse Practitioner, Clare Holland House, Calvary Public Hospital Bruce, ACT
Innovation in Palliative Care: INSPIRED Clinical Team, Clare Holland House, Calvary Bruce Public Hospital, ACT
We are very proud of you!
Thank you to all our staff and volunteers who provide care and comfort to the sick and dying every day across all of Calvary’s hospitals, specialist palliative care, residential aged and community services.
About Calvary’s Palliative and End of Life Care Research Institute
Central to Calvary’s mission is to provide quality, evidence-based, compassionate health care to the most vulnerable, including those approaching and reaching the end of their life. Calvary’s Palliative and End of Life Care Research Institute brings together academic and clinical researchers from our four specialist palliative care services in the public hospital network. The Institute’s key objectives include supporting collaboration between researchers and clinicians to strengthen the translation of research findings into practice.