Browse resources created and collated by ARIIA as a trusted, evidence-based guide to supporting innovation across the aged care sector.
What is clinical governance in aged care?
This webpage provides information about what clinical governance in aged care is, how it is implemented, and how AgeWorks can help with the main issues with clinical governance in aged care.
Clinical governance in aged care
An Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission webpage, providing a tookit of resources concerning clinical governance in aged care. The individual factsheets are provided as separate resources in this collection.
Strengthening provider governance
The Australian Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission webpage outlines effective governance and leadership aligned to the Australian Aged Care Act and the Australian Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission Act.
Clinical governance in aged care - putting principles into practice
An article by Breaking New Ground, discussing Aged Care Quality Standard 8 - Organisational Governance - in terms of the roles and responsibilities of governing bodies, senior executives, operational managers, health practitioners, and consumers.
Clinical governance framework: Reliable, safe and effective care
The Calvary clinical governance framework covers five key areas to ensure excellence across the continuum of care for patients, residents and clients: leadership and culture, consumer partnership, workforce, risk management, and clinical practice.
This webpage from the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission provides a comprehensive presentation about personal information handling practices as required by the Privacy Act 1988 (Privacy Act) and the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs).
The Department of Health and Aged Care webpage provides an overview of the purpose of telehealth, its importance and how it is used. It also links to other telehealth related resources like consumer information, ongoing telehealth as part of primary care and changes to the MBS specialist telehealth services.
The Aged Care Workforce Industry Council (ACWIC)'s workforce planning tool
The ACWIC's workforce planning tool has been designed to help you to perform a gap analysis of your current direct care workforce so that you can plan your workforce more effectively.
Digital health aged care courses
This Australian Digital Health Agency webpage provides a list of, and access to, the agency's learning portal specific to aged care including My Health Record courses, aged care resources and digital health courses.
Transforming aged care with virtual reality
This Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Design Lab webpage describes the Transforming Aged Care with Virtual Reality project and links to the introduction to the project, the staff training video and the facilities video to provide comprehensive information about the project.