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Joseph Ibrahim, Monash University

9/19/2017
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Professor Joseph Ibrahim, from Monash University’s Health Law and Ageing Research Unit, on mortality rates among aged care residents following an evacuation due to a natural or man-made disaster.

Duration: 00:29:19


Cindy Jones from Griffith University

9/17/2017
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Dr Cindy Jones from Griffith University on sexual expression among people with dementia in aged care.

Duration: 00:33:55


Marie-Anne Schull, Karuna

8/24/2017
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Marie-Anne Schull, from palliative care provider Karuna, on workplace grief and loss.

Duration: 00:30:49


Jan Rice, wound management clinician

8/13/2017
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Wound management clinician Jan Rice on wound management in aged care and recent developments in the field.

Duration: 00:16:41


Frances Batchelor, NARI

8/2/2017
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Dr Frances Batchelor, National Ageing Research Institute’s director of health promotions, on Talk2Me, a project that aims to develop a tool to help people with dementia from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds communicate everyday needs with carers who do not speak the same language.

Duration: 00:16:31


Anne Curnow, Caroline Chisholm Aged Care Home

7/25/2017
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Anne Curnow, director of nursing at the Caroline Chisholm Aged Care Home on The Secrets Exhibition, which aimed to bridge the years between generations.

Duration: 00:17:24


Chris Riedy

7/24/2017
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Professor Chris Riedy, from the University of Technology Sydney, on co-housing in later life.

Duration: 00:36:32


Lucy O'Flaherty, Glenview

7/21/2017
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Glenview chief executive Lucy O’Flaherty on Korongee, Australia's first dementia village.

Duration: 00:28:36


Dana Wong, Monash University

7/13/2017
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Are smartphones making our brains lazy? It’s a common concern about the devices and their handy memory tools but Australian researchers say these applications are more helpful than harmful. Aged Care Insite speaks with Dr Dana Wong, senior lecturer in clinical neuropsychology at Monash University to discuss a study into the impact of smartphone memory aids on a person’s memory.

Duration: 00:22:13


ACI Louise DeWolf

7/13/2017
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Louise DeWolf is the Butterfly Model coordinator at Barunga Village, a retirement home and residential aged care provider in Port Broughton, a township 170 kilometres northwest of Adelaide, in South Australia. Barunga Village has recently completed a 12-month pilot program for a type of dementia care called the Butterfly Model, which was originally formulated in 1995. ACI news editor Patrick Avenell spoke with DeWolf about this program and I started by asking her for an overview of what it...

Duration: 00:25:25


ACI Wilfred Koon

7/9/2017
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Dr Wilfred Koon is the founder and principal dentist at The Point Dental, in Point Cook, Melbourne. He is seeking to revolutionise the masticating lives of older Australians with a new type of dental implants, called All-on-4.

Duration: 00:13:24


Tamar Krebs, founder and chief executive of Group Homes Australia

7/7/2017
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Tamar Krebs, founder and chief executive of Group Homes Australia, on her key takeaways from her trip to The Netherlands to find out more about the Dutch approach to aged care.

Duration: 00:21:50


ACI Michele Smith

7/4/2017
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Michele Smith is the executive manager, aged and community care, for Brisbane North PHN, which recently rolled out two initiatives to help or minimise the transition of aged care residents from facilities to hospitals.

Duration: 00:33:18


Deb Whetstone, City of Charles Sturt Community Care team leader

6/29/2017
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Deb Whetstone, City of Charles Sturt Community Care team leader. on the Companion Animal Project, which sees volunteers walking older South Australians' dogs to ensure resident's can maintain their relationship with their pooch.

Duration: 00:23:29


Chanaka Wijeratne, Aged Care Psychiatry Service

6/22/2017
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Adjunct associate professor Chanaka Wijeratne, psychiatrist with the South Eastern Sydney Local Health District’s Aged Care Psychiatry Service on the Domestic Violence and Older People forum.

Duration: 00:44:37


Joan Ostaszkiewicz

6/21/2017
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Joan Ostaszkiewicz by AgedCareInsite

Duration: 00:18:48


Shane Neaves ACI

6/15/2017
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Shane Neaves is the CEO of Peninsula Villages, a residential aged care community in Brisbane Water, on New South Wales’ Central Coast, an hour north of Sydney. Peninsula Villages is currently working with Brisbane Water Secondary College to introduce Year 11 and Year 12 students to the possibility of a career in aged care. Neaves spoke with Aged Care Insite about this initiative, the challenges of recruiting new staff to the sector and future workforce issues in aged care.

Duration: 00:30:47


Anthony Tuckett, University of Queensland

6/14/2017
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Dr Anthony Tuckett, from the University of Queensland, on the importance of images of nursing when it comes to recruiting the next generation of nurses.

Duration: 00:19:45


Suzanne Hodgkin, La Trobe University

6/13/2017
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Dr Suzanne Hodgkin from La Trobe University on research into service managers perceptions of younger workers and challenges to the provision of community aged care services in rural Australia.

Duration: 00:25:25


Marita McCabe, Institute for Health and Ageing

6/13/2017
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Professor Marita McCabe, director of the Australian Catholic University’s Institute for Health and Ageing, on a new report on the shift towards consumer directed care in residential aged care.

Duration: 00:40:37

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