Articles with tag martin-laverty
Yesterday's Workforce Compact may have been worked on by the sector's trade unions and employer peak bodies, but industry opinion about its impact is divided. more...
[Wed 06/03/2013 12:00:00]
After years of frustrated attempts, the key to achieving structural reform for the aged care system seems to have been broad unity and consensus among the many stakeholders. According to the Minister, it's been essential. more...
[Sun 22/04/2012 12:00:00]
Catholic Health Australia and COTA say 'internal adjustments' won't stop essential reforms, following the news yesterday of ACCV and ACQ's withdrawal from ACSA and the establishment of a new national industry association. more...
[Fri 30/03/2012 12:00:00]
The Treasury asked for 2012-13 Budget suggestions and the sector spoke up, telling the federal government that this year should be the year of the aged care budget in a recent ACIC pre-budget submission. more...
[Fri 13/01/2012 12:00:00]
Catholic Health Australia is up for meeting the shortfall of medical student internships in 2013 but wants aged care part of the health and medical training model of the future. more...
[Sun 08/01/2012 12:00:00]
ACSA and Catholic Health Australia put their policy where their mouth is with new level of collaboration to achieve aged care reform more...
[Thu 08/09/2011 12:00:00]
AAA explores the PC-recommended new user-pays system of aged care, why it is preferable, what is involved and industry opinion. more...
[Tue 09/08/2011 12:00:00]
Not long to wait now for the final report of the Productivity Commission's inquiry into Care of Older Australians. more...
[Tue 02/08/2011 12:00:00]
Australia's hung parliament will make it more difficult to get aged care reform over the line. more...
[Tue 02/08/2011 12:00:00]
We explain what the budget means for aged care, and why the boss of one major not-for-profit is worried. more...
[Thu 12/05/2011 12:00:00]
The Prime Minister's pre-COAG announcement on aged care today acknowledges some of the big issues raised by the aged care sector but can it deliver the 'big fix' that commentators say is needed? more...
[Mon 12/04/2010 12:00:00]
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Thursday 20 - Friday 21 June 2013, Flemington Racecourse. The LASA Victoria State Congress & Exhibition is back by popular demand in 2013 after a SOLD OUT State Congress in 2012.Wed 03/04/2013 12:08:45 / Read More »
26th & 27th June 2013, L'Aqua, Cockle Bay Wharf, Sydney. This conference will examine strategies for strengthening quality and meeting future needs of aged care training under the current regulatory reform.Tue 19/03/2013 03:21:34 / Read More »
The Nurses In Management Aged Care Conference & Trade Exhibition 2013 will be held at Jupiter's, Gold Coast from 4 - 5 July 2013. A full day Clinical Workshop will be held prior to the conference on Wednesday 3 July.Tue 21/05/2013 02:43:45 / Read More »
July 5,6, & 7, Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre. Focusing specifically on governance & leadership knowledge and guidance for leaders of Australasia’s non-profit organisations, the 7th Australasian Better Boards Conference will be held at the MelWed 03/04/2013 05:11:06 / Read More »
15 - 18 July 2013. Adelaide Convention Centre, North Terrace, Adelaide. HIC is Australia's most prestigious e-health event with a program that represents the cutting-edge in health informatics research and technology.Fri 15/03/2013 08:48:27 / Read More »
Better Practice conferences have an outstanding blend of industry experts and keynote speakers on relevant topics who will bring you practical advice on improving practical information about better practice ideas.Wed 12/09/2012 02:40:57 / Read More »
24 July 2013. Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1 Convention place, South Wharf 3000.Thu 06/06/2013 03:59:07 / Read More »
2nd August. Ageing & Alzheimer’s Funding Outcomes in Research & PracticeThu 06/06/2013 10:24:48 / Read More »
24th & 25th September 2013, Rydges World Square, Sydney. Connecting providers directly to their clients.Sun 09/06/2013 05:23:17 / Read More »
5 - 7 August 2013, Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre. Leading Age Services Australia (LASA) welcomes the age services industry to the networking event of 2013. Seek wisdom from Mark Bouris, Jon Dee & Todd Coates.Fri 19/04/2013 08:42:34 / Read More »
21st & 22nd August, CQ Functions, Melbourne. The Strengthening Aged Care Workforce conference will explore the current workforce pressures and future needs of the aged care workforce.Mon 13/05/2013 08:39:37 / Read More »
18th & 19th September 2013, CQ Functions, Melbourne. Hear expert insights & case studies from 10 leading Residential Aged Care providersThu 30/05/2013 12:37:11 / Read More »
EDUCATION & TRAINING
Have you ticked all the boxes for Clinical Governance including Risk, Safety & Quality in Aged Care facilities?Fri 07/06/2013 03:40:56 / Read More »
Make sure you have access to the right information at the right time for the right person.Thu 06/06/2013 09:45:28 / Read More »
Risk management is everyone's responsibility.Wed 03/10/2012 01:24:58 / Read More »
Our new Healthcare Meal Delivery Trolley is now available. This all stainless steel trolley will hold full meal trays (570 x 440mm) or 36 morning/afternoon tea tray (465 x 355mm).Fri 14/06/2013 03:27:06 / Read More »
Identify critical IT issues before they impact your care services with 24x7 monitoring.Tue 14/08/2012 03:29:37 / Read More »
Compliance and effective monitoring...two essential components for optimizing oral anticoagulation therapy enabling quality of care.Tue 03/04/2012 05:43:27 / Read More »
A once-daily treatment patch for Parkinson's disease has been listed on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme making it more readily available to the 60,000 Australians with the condition.Tue 18/06/2013 04:27:51 / Read More »
Women on testosterone therapy perform better on cognitive tests, particularly in the areas of learning and memory, according to new research led by Monash UniversityTue 18/06/2013 12:37:56 / Read More »
Today marks World Elder Abuse Awareness day, an international event held to raise public attention of various forms of elder abuse and ways to prevent it. In Victoria, pioneering research is investigating how to prevent sexual assault of older women.Fri 14/06/2013 07:19:23 / Read More »
The NSW/ACT Dementia Training Centre is calling on people to register their interest for a free national education and consultancy project to make hospitals more dementia-friendly.Thu 13/06/2013 11:50:01 / Read More »
Diversity Council Australia and the Australian Human Rights Commission have released a new report revealing that Australia is substantially trailing behind other countries in the employment of older female workers and have called for action.Wed 12/06/2013 07:44:32 / Read More »