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News and Resources - CarerHelp

CarerHelp: Making a difference to carers 10 December 2021

CarerHelp: Making a difference to carers

Since its release, there have been over 30,000 visitors to the website with around forty people a day making use of these resources.

CarerHelp Evaluation Article Published 30 November 2021

CarerHelp Evaluation Article Published

CarerHelp is the first e-health toolkit that focuses on the information and support needs of carers of people with a life-limiting illness at the end-of-life, using a pathway approach.

CarerHelp: Two years in supporting carers 25 November 2021

CarerHelp: Two years in supporting carers

CarerHelp celebrates its’ second birthday and reaching 30,000 Australians!

CarerHelp: Part of a caring network for carers 25 October 2021

CarerHelp: Part of a caring network for carers

CareSearch Director and CarerHelp National Reference Group Member Professor Jennifer Tieman talks about National Carers Week, and how CarerHelp is part of the caring network for carers and families caring for someone at the end of life.

CarerHelp Information Pack for specialist palliative care services 13 October 2021

CarerHelp Information Pack for specialist palliative care services

The new CarerHelp Information Pack, developed by the CareSearch Project Team, will assist specialist palliative care services and their staff to support family carers who are caring for a person at the end of life.

CarerHelp Information Pack: Supporting end-of-life carers 7 October 2021

CarerHelp Information Pack: Supporting end-of-life carers

Caring for someone at the end of life is challenging. CareSearch Director and CarerHelp National Reference Group Member Professor Jennifer Tieman talks about why we need to empower family carers with information and practical advice. She also discusses how the new CarerHelp Information Pack developed by the CareSearch team at Flinders University will help.

Being safe, to shine with palliative care 6 October 2021

Being safe, to shine with palliative care

Associate Professor Mark Boughey, Director of Palliative Care at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne and CarerHelp Diversity Project Lead, shares his personal experience as a carer for his partner Leonard. He discusses why it is important for palliative care to be safe and inclusive for everyone, particularly for diverse and underserved communities.

Meeting the end-of-life care information needs of our cultural communities 23 September 2021

Meeting the end-of-life care information needs of our cultural communities

Centre for Culture Ethnicity and Health Manager Bernice Murphy shares her personal experience as an end-of-life carer for her Mum. She discusses why developing tailored information resources and communication strategies are critical for engaging our cultural communities.

Supporting the diverse needs of Australia’s end of life carers 30 August 2021

Supporting the diverse needs of Australia’s end of life carers

In the first article for the series, CarerHelp Diversity Project Lead Associate Professor Mark Boughey from St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne talks about his experience as a carer, and how the project.

CarerHelp Diversity: Addressing the need for tailored information and resources 30 August 2021

CarerHelp Diversity: Addressing the need for tailored information and resources

In the second article for our CarerHelp Diversity series, Centre for Palliative Care Senior Research Fellow Tina Thomas discusses how the project will co-develop tailored information resources.

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