National Palliative Care Award Finalists
Palliative Care Australia and their partner Silverchain, are proud to announce finalists for 2023 National Palliative Care Awards.
These awards honour outstanding innovation, teamwork, and emerging talent in the palliative care sector.
PCA received over 90 nominations! Judges selected three finalists in each of the eight categories.
This year’s award line-up also features a new award for lifetime achievement. This special award will be presented to an individual who has made a significant contribution to palliative care in Australia over a period of 20 years or more.
All eight categories include:
- Emerging Leader
- Emerging Researcher
- Outstanding Work by a Team in Delivering Palliative Care
- Innovation in Palliative Care
- Outstanding Achievement in Volunteering
- Outstanding Achievement in Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Palliative Care
- Outstanding Achievement by an Individual in Palliative Care
- Lifetime Achievement Award
2023 Emerging Researcher Award
HammondCare Foundation PhD Scholar and Research Assistant,
HammondCare and the University of Sydney
Outstanding Achievement in Volunteering Award
IMPACCT Consumer Advisory Group
University of Technology Sydney
Outstanding Achievement in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Palliative Care Award
Senior Aboriginal Health Worker and Project Officer,
Calvary Mater Newcastle in the Hunter New England Local Health District
Outstanding Achievement by an Individual in Palliative Care Award
Hunter New England Health
Check out the full list of finalists for the 2023 National Palliative Care Awards HERE.
The winners will be announced at the National Palliative Care Awards Gala Dinner at the Oceanic Palliative Care Conference in Sydney on Thursday, 14 September.
Over 1000 delegates are expected to attend the Oceanic Palliative Care Conference (OPCC), 13 to 15 September in Sydney. Register now before the 18 August price increase. Tickets are also available to attend the National Palliative Care Awards on Thursday, 14 September.
Full details are available on the OPCC website.