Share your story: submissions open for our May edition

Our next issue is looking at online learning and professional development; the latest in facility design; and key clinical reports including dementia and infection control.

Dear readers,

We’re currently working on the next issue of Australian Ageing Agenda magazine (May-June) and as always we welcome editorial submissions from providers and professionals who have an interesting story to tell.

In our next issue we’re focusing on the following topics:

Professional development – online learning, mentoring 

Are you an aged care executive or manager who has been undertaking further study through online learning?

Or have you participated in a mentoring or other professional development programs?

If so we want to hear from you.

Aged care facility refurbishment

In the increasingly competitive aged care market, having a portfolio of high quality and desirable facility building stock has never been more crucial.

We’re seeking to profile aged care providers that are successfully updating their facilities by adopting the latest in design trends, materials, fabrics and furniture.

Frontline: Dementia, Infection control

Our Frontline section is putting the spotlight on two priority areas for facility managers and clinical leaders – dementia and infection control.

In our dementia feature we’re aiming look at the use of programs using exercise and music for people living with dementia in residential care.

Meanwhile, for our report on infection control we’re looking for the latest in research and evidence-based practice to guide frontline practice.

If you have a story to tell in any of these areas, get in touch with our team:

Tags: dementia, infection-control, mentoring, online-learning, professional-development, refurbishment,

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