Our next issue of AAA magazine shines a light on digitising aged care along with professional development opportunities and infection control.
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Aged care nurses are among those awarded scholarships to complete postgraduate palliative care programs under a new initiative that aims to improve end-of-life care across settings.
Copenhagen and Hamburg are re-imagining third age living, writes James Kelly, who calls for Australian aged care and retirement living communities to feature more intergenerational and mixed used facilities.
An exceptional customer service experience for all who walk through the door including entrances that are welcome, homely and approachable is the key initiative aged care CEO Daniel Findley is implementing in his facilities following a recent visit to the UK.
The peak body for spiritual care and ageing takes its training program on the road to deliver professional development to aged care staff and volunteers in 17 regional centres.
Deakin University has developed a free online course for care workers and health professionals on the benefits of implementing a partnership model in the care of older people.
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.
As Australia marks International Women’s Day, Australian Ageing Agenda examines why more women aren’t progressing into leadership positions in aged care, and what can be done about it.
A new code of ethics and set of practice guidelines have been released by the Australian Community Workers Association to support best practice in the sector.
The National Ageing Research Institute is hosting a half-day workshop on pain in dementia where aged care providers and healthcare professionals can hear from leading experts in the field of pain research.
Launch of spiritual care education program and national roll out of LGBTI-inclusive training underway.