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Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission

The Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission (the Commission) is the national end-to-end regulator of aged care services, and the primary point of contact for consumers and providers in relation to quality and safety. The role of the Commission is to protect and enhance the safety, health, well-being and quality of life of people receiving aged care. The Commission promotes high-quality care and services to safeguard everyone who is receiving Australian Government-funded aged care.

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Anchor Excellence

Anchor Excellence is a consulting company based in Australia. We specialise in providing consulting services to the aged care and disability sectors, including organisational development, leadership training and compliance management.

Our services are designed to help organisations improve their performance, achieve compliance with relevant regulations and standards, and enhance the quality of care provided to residents and clients. We also offer training programs and resources to help organisations build their capacity and improve their overall effectiveness.

Overall, Anchor Excellence is focused on helping organisations in the aged care and disability sectors achieve excellence in their operations and service delivery. We work closely with our clients to understand their unique needs and challenges and develop customised solutions to meet specific requirements.

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Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet

The Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet is an innovative, award-winning web resource that aims to inform practice and policy in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health by making the evidence base freely accessible via the Internet Since 1997, the HealthInfoNet is helping to close the gap in health between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and other Australians providing workforce support. Their knowledge exchange research aims at providing the knowledge and information needed for practitioners and policy-makers to make informed decisions. The HealthInfoNet provides information that is timely, accessible and relevant to the health workforce.

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Australian Nurse Practitioner Podcast

The Australian Nurse Practitioner (ANP) Podcast is hosted by Alex Vitte, a critical care nurse practitioner working in residential aged care in Sydney. The ANP podcast is for all topics that are nurse practitioner-related. Alex interviews nurse practitioners working in the health sector from around Australia discussing nurse practitioner journeys, differing models of care, experiences, challenges and triumphs. Currently, the health workforce is made up of around 450 000 nurses and midwives. As of December 2021, there are 2332 nurse practitioners and 1 midwife practitioner who are endorsed in Australia. Thus, nurse practitioners make up for approximately 0.5% of the nursing workforce. This podcast hopes to bring that 0.5% together to share their experiences, learn from others, collaborate, network and support each other in this amazing contemporary nursing role. Available on all streaming platforms and now YouTube.

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Bloodsafe eLearning Australia

BloodSafe eLearning Australia provides online education for health professionals on clinical transfusion practice and patient blood management. All courses are based on published guidelines, evidence-based practice and expert opinion. All courses are free to access.

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The Centre of Perinatal Excellence (COPE)'s purpose is to prevent and improve the quality of life of those living with emotional and mental health problems that occur in the perinatal period. COPE’s vision is a connected, informed and empowered community that supports women and their families to achieve strong and enduring mental health during pregnancy and the year following birth. They also serve to equip health professionals with knowledge, skills and confidence to provide safe and effective care.

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Dementia Australia: Centre for Dementia Learning

Dementia Australia's Centre for Dementia Learning provides a range of nationally accredited courses and award-winning professional dementia education.

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Dementia Training Australia

Dementia Training Australia (DTA) provides practical dementia education, training and resources to the Australian workforce. We are a national consortium of experts from four Australian universities and the peak body for people living with dementia (Dementia Australia) and are dedicated to improving the lives of people living with dementia. Collectively, DTA works across all Australian states and territories to provide people working to support and care for people living with dementia, equitable access to education, training and assistance.

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Department of Health

View the Australian Government Department of Health's reputable COVID-19 training resources.

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healthdirect is a free virtual health service that provides access to health advice and information via a website, app and telephone helpline to help people make informed health decisions. The healthdirect helpline (or NURSE-ON-CALL in Victoria) is available 24 hours, 7 days a week. Digital self-help tools, including the Risk Checker, Symptom Checker and Service Finder, help people to make informed decisions about their health. The healthdirect service is managed by Healthdirect Australia, the national provider of government-funded virtual health.

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Heart Foundation

The Heart Foundation fund life-saving heart research and work to improve heart disease prevention and care for all Australians. More than 620,000 Australians are living with heart disease and each year approximately 54,000 Australians suffer a heart attack. The Heart Foundation is dedicated to making a real difference to the heart health of Australians. Every day, our work includes: funding world-class cardiovascular research; guiding health professionals on preventing and treating heart disease; educating Australians about making healthy choices; supporting people living with heart conditions; advocating to government and industry to improve heart health in Australia.

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Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Australia

MND Australia is the national peak body of state organisations that support those living with and impacted by Motor Neurone Disease (MND). Since 1993, we have been the voice for the MND community. Our national and international networks help increase understanding of the disease and advocate for the needs of those affected. We fund world-class research for better treatments, improved care, and ultimately a cure.

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Nurse and Midwife Support

Nurse & Midwife Support is the national, 24/7 support service for nurses, midwives and students. The service is anonymous, confidential and free. Services provided include brief intervention counselling, referral pathways and web based content that supports the health and well being of nurses and midwives. Phone: 1800 667 877, Web: - Your health matters.

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Nursing and Midwifery Health Program Victoria (NMHP)

Nursing and Midwifery Health Program (NMHP) Victoria Is designed and delivered by nurses, for nurses, midwives and nursing/midwifery students. NMHP provides free, confidential and independent support for health issues related to substance use, mental health impairment and/or family violence concerns. NMHP supports employers with expert guidance and advice and facilitates the Peer Wellness Group, a safe place for participants to share, receive support and seek professional advice. NMHPV is state-wide and based in Melbourne with a presence in Ballarat, Bendigo, Geelong and Traralgon and is a Quality Improvement Council (QIC) accredited organisation. A formal referral to our service is not required. Simply phone 03 9415 7551 or go to the website page:

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Nursing Education Network

This educational website is created by nurses specifically for nurse educators. Education theory, simulation, research and social media are part of this e-learning experience. The aim is to create a resource for nurses to access, share and develop a learning community using open access resources. The posts we create are based on micro-learning, so they are focused quick snippets for learning on the go. You are invited to use our content to help others learn, all we ask is that you spread the word about #FOANed (Free Open Access Nursing Education).

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Older Persons Advocacy Network (OPAN)

The Older Persons Advocacy Network (OPAN) is a national network comprising nine state and territory organisations that have been delivering advocacy, information, and education services to older people across Australia for over 30 years. OPAN’s services support older people and their representatives to address issues related to Australian Government-funded aged care services. They are an independent body on the side of the older person and this independence is a key strength both for individual and systemic advocacy. OPAN and its network members provide access to free advocacy support by ringing 1800 700 600, and information and education.

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Phoenix Australia

Phoenix Australia are experts in trauma-related mental health and wellbeing. For 25 years, we have been Australia’s National Centre of Excellence in Posttraumatic Mental Health and internationally recognised leaders in our field. We are committed to driving forward the mental health agenda both at home and abroad. We are Phoenix Australia. We understand trauma and renew lives.

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Phoenix Australia - Trauma and Aged Care Training and Information

We’re Australia’s National Centre of Excellence in Posttraumatic Mental Health, the internationally recognised experts in trauma-related mental health and wellbeing. We build evidence and translate knowledge into action, such as improved treatment options and greater support for trauma-affected individuals, families and communities. Phoenix Australia was funded by the Australian Government Department of Health to deliver a COVID-19 grief and trauma response package to the aged care Sector.

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Pregnancy, Birth & Baby

Pregnancy, Birth and Baby is a national Australian Government service providing information and support via their helpline, video call and website for expecting parents and parents of children, from birth to five years of age. Pregnancy, Birth and Baby supports parents on the journey from pregnancy, to baby and preschool, offering guidance and reassurance about behavioural and development concerns, such as tantrums, walking, talking or reading for children up to five years of age. All the information provided by Pregnancy, Birth and Baby has gone through a strict quality assurance process, and is supported by a range of trusted information partners including major health peak bodies and organisations.

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Sigma Marketplace

Formally known as Nursing Knowledge International, Sigma Marketplace is a wholly-owned, 501(c)3 not-for-profit subsidiary of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing. We are committed to providing evidence-based knowledge solutions developed for nurses by nurses. Sigma Marketplace offers free and fee-based content developed by leading organizations around the globe.

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Wicking Dementia Research & Education Centre (UTas)

The Wicking Dementia Research and Education Centre is a global leader in dementia research and the largest provider of dementia education, offering world-class online learning that is based on the latest evidence. The Wicking Dementia Centre’s mission is to transform the understanding of dementia worldwide and to build a workforce to lead positive change in ageing and dementia care.

The Wicking Dementia Research and Education Centre aims to:

1. Better understand the diseases affecting the brain that cause progressive decline in functioning, affecting memory, problem-solving skills, function and social behaviour

2. Develop evidence-based models of care provision for people with dementia and their caregivers

3. Develop innovative approaches to reducing risk of dementia

4. Provide educational programs to build knowledge and understanding of dementia within the community.