Organisation

Australian Health Services Research Institute (UOW)

Owning Institution:
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Technical mapping between ACFI and AN-ACC

The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety is undertaking statistical analysis to assist its understanding of how much residential aged care services should cost at different levels of quality, the implications for funding and the scope for providers to improve their efficiency. This...
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How Australian residential aged care staffing levels compare with international and national benchmarks

The Centre for Health Service Development, at the University of Wollongong, was commissioned by the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety to undertake this analysis of international and national staffing profiles for residential aged care services, in order to better understand how staffing...
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The First Response project

This project explores how the workforce within Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations (ACCHOs) conceptualise trauma and culturally informed care, and how this informs approaches to primary health care for women who are experiencing violence.
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Childhood injury prevention: strategic directions for coordination in New South Wales

In NSW each year, over 40% of deaths of young people aged between 1 and 17 years are injury-related. There are many more child injuries that do not result in death. Overall, the burden of childhood injury is a significant health, well-being and public policy...
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Ageing well at home: measuring the impact of community care for older people

This report provides details of the research undertaken in 2015-16 to develop and test the Australian Community Care Outcome Measurement tool (ACCOM), a set of measures of community care suitable for use in the Australian context.