caring@home is conducted by a consortium and led by Brisbane South Palliative Care Collaborative.
Aged & Community Care Providers Association (ACCPA)
ACCPA’s purpose is to lead, advocate and provide support, advice and guidance to aged care providers to ensure a high performing and sustainable aged care sector so that older Australians can live their best lives.
Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM)
ACRRM is accredited by the Australian Medical Council for setting professional medical standards for training, assessment, certification and continuing professional development in the specialty of general practice. It is the only College in Australia dedicated to rural and remote medicine and plays an important role in supporting junior doctors and medical students considering a career in rural medicine.
Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association (APNA)
APNA is the peak body and professional membership association for all nurses working outside of a hospital setting in Australia. APNA champions the role of primary health care nurses; to advance professional recognition, ensure workforce sustainability, nurture leadership in health, and optimise the role of nurses in patient-centred care.
Brisbane South Palliative Care Collaborative (BSPCC)
BSPCC aims to progress best-practice palliative care by implementing quality improvement programs, delivering evidence-based palliative care education and training, and developing inter-sectoral palliative care research programs. The BSPCC has developed and implemented successful and respected national, state and local health service programs including caring@home.
Brisbane South Primary Health Network (BSPHN)
BSPHN addresses health inequities and inequalities through the power of partnerships, to support the best possible health and wellbeing outcomes for every person in the region. It works across all levels of the health system to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of health services for Brisbane south - particularly for populations at risk of poorer health outcomes.
The National Association of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers and Practitioners (NAATSIHWP)
NAATSIHWP is the peak body for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Health Workers and Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Health Practitioners in Australia. It was established in 2009, following the Australian Government’s announcement of funding to strengthen the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workforce as part of its ‘Closing the Gap’ initiative.
Palliative Care Australia (PCA)
PCA is the national peak body for palliative care and represents all those who work towards high quality palliative care for all Australians who need it. Working closely with consumers, Member Organisations and the palliative care workforce, PCA aims to improve access to, and promote the need for, palliative care.
PCA believes high quality palliative care should be available and accessible to people living with a life-limiting illness when and where they need it. PCA supports the health, aged care and community sector workforce who all have a role in providing palliative care to people with a life-limiting illness and supporting carers and loved ones.
Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (PSA)
PSA is the only Australian Government-recognised peak national professional pharmacy organisation representing all of Australia’s 36,000 pharmacists working in all sectors and across all locations and is committed to improving Australia’s health through excellence in pharmacist care. PSA believes the expertise of pharmacists can be better utilised to address the health care needs of all Australians.