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New survey aims to gather info on clinical software and systems in aged care

A new survey by the Aged Care Industry Technology Council is intended to inform on what constitutes the scope of a clinical system in aged care and the possible benefits of aligning these systems to standards.

Nurses and care workers feel ‘unseen, unvalued and cast aside’ – final ANMF survey results

Overwhelmed and overworked nurses and care-workers identified chronic understaffing as the 'fundamental contributor' to the aged care crisis, according to the final results of a national survey conducted by the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation.

Older Australians embracing smart home tech: new survey

Older Australians aged 55 to 65+ years have embraced smart home devices and become more tech-savvy, according to new statistics.

ANMF calls for immediate action from Morrison Government as survey reveals private aged care in crisis

According to a new survey being conducted by the ANMF, many frontline nurses and carers in aged care are burning out and experiencing moral distress, as there is not enough staff to attend to residents’ basic needs. Some are contemplating leaving their jobs.

New UWU survey paints devastating picture of Covid-crippled sector

Aged care workers have painted a devastating picture of life inside aged care facilities with Omicron, according to the United Workers Union.

Catalyst and COTA launch new survey to help inform aged care’s future

Catalyst Research has launched its inaugural aged care industry study in partnership with Council on the Ageing (COTA) Australia.

Seniors want a meaningful say in helping ‘co-design’ aged care future

Older Australians want to be involved in reforming aged care but feel they have little opportunity to do so, according to a new survey by National Seniors Australia.

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