With a growing number of Australians ageing in place at home, a new resource guides care workers, coordinators and informal carers on how to identify the signs of clinical deterioration.
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A grassroots campaign of care professionals and services is pushing to embed community-based palliative care in Australia to provide more inclusive end-of-life care – and they say aged care providers have a key role to play.
Concerns about core clinical standards in residential aged care were the most common complaints to the new Aged Care Complaints Commissioner in the first half of 2016, new figures show.
Claims of poor outcomes in residential aged care have been back in the news. AAA asks organisational psychologists with experience in the sector to share their insights into how providers can create a culture where staff feel supported and safe making a report to management.
One of Australia’s leading centres of research and practice in palliative care has won a prestigious award.
The RDNS is gearing up to replace more than 1,000 tablet and notebook computers.
A Melbourne facility that was sanctioned in March met all 44 of the agency’s 44 expected outcomes in a recent audit.
Australian eye researchers have demonstrated that people with macular degeneration are more likely to develop heart disease.
Following extensive consultation, Panasonic has launched a new mobile clinical assistant for the healthcare market.