An Australian health software producer has signed an agreement with the Joanna Briggs Institute to integrate the latest evidence into its CMS.
The Federal Government has ‘guaranteed’ to provide supplements for carers and seniors in this year’s budget but Carers Australia and COTA say it’s not enough.
A signigicant proportion of Canadian care assistants experience violence at work on a daily basis.
A new online resource to help with the return to work process following an injury or illness has been launched today.
Martin Laverty will replace Francis Sullivan as CEO of Catholic Healthcare on 5 May.
The Government has announced it will appoint the first ever Commonwealth chief nursing & midwifery officer in April.
The emotional strain, not the hands-on care, is the hardest part of caring for a person with dementia, according to new research.
Research reveals that ten per cent of older people drink beyond guidelines.
Professor Hogan sets out an agenda for the new Government at the unveiling of Chesalon Living in Sydney.
The Minister for Ageing visits Tasmania to announce the state’s results from last year’s ACAR round, promising an announcement soon on the new position of ‘Ambassador for Ageing’.
Hammond Care has reached an ‘in principle’ agreement to acquire Sydney-based Hope Healthcare.
As their average age increases, more DVA gold cardholders are ending up in residential aged care.