Congratulations to our National Palliative Care Awards finalists

The finalists for 2019 National Palliative Care Awards was been announced. Winners will be announced at our Palliative Care Awards Gala Dinner at 19OPCC on Thursday 12 September 2019 in Perth.

The 2019 Finalists are:

Individual – Emerging leader
Juliane Samara, Calvary Public Hospital  Bruce – Clare Holland House Campus
Andrea Grindrod, Palliative Care Unit, La Trobe University

Individual – Emerging researcher
Priyanka Bhattarai, Flinders University
Nicole Heneka, IMPACCT, University of Technology Sydney
Katrin Gerber, National Ageing Research Institute

Individual – Excellence in palliative care – rural and remote
Sarah Wenham, Far West Local Health District, NSW
Michelle McClure, Albany Community Hospice
Ingrid Plug, Albany Community Hospice

Individual – Excellence in palliative care in an aged care setting
Nikki Johnston OAM, Calvary Public Hospital Bruce – Clare Holland House
Elizabeth Monks, Bupa South Hobart

Individual – Outstanding achievement by a volunteer
Veronica Reutens, Silver Chain Hospice Service
Helen Roe, Albany Community Hospice

Team – Innovation in Palliative Care
Territory Palliative Care  – Central Australian Health Service
St Vincent’s Private Hospital Brisbane Community Palliative Care Service
INSPIRED clinical team, Calvary Community Specialist Palliative Care, ACT
Northern Adelaide Palliative Service (NAPS)
Mercy Palliative Care (MPC)

Team – Outstanding teamwork award
Palliative Care Local Area Nurses Network (PaCLANN)
The PEACH Program Care Team
Regional Family Support Team of Very Special Kids
Anam Cara House Geelong