Past events 1 Nov 2018 to 31 Oct 2019
The Royal Commission on Aged Care: What can it do and how can you contribute
Few of us have ever participated in a Royal Commission. This Forum will provide insights into three aspects of how the Aged Care Royal Commission is operating.
The scene will be set with an account of what Royal Commissions do, how they go about collecting information and developing recommendations, and what happens after the Commission presents its report.
Case studies of submissions will show how AAG members can participate. These case studies from research, consumer, dementia care and workforce perspectives will show the range of issues being presented to the Commission that are particular relevance to AAG members working in all fields of ageing.
- Understand how the Royal Commission is operating.
- Explore the range of issues raised in submissions from different perspectives.
- Have your questions answered.
- Learn how you can, and why you should, make a submission.
- Gain an early view of possible future policy directions
Professor Emeritus Robin Creyke, School of Law, ANU.
Assistant Professor Kasia Bail, PhD, School of Nursing, University of Canberra.
Richard Cumpston, PhD, Actuary, Director, Australian Projections Pty. Ltd.
Professor John McCallum, CEO and Research Director, National Seniors
Glenn Rees, Chair, Alzheimer’s Disease International, previously CEO, Dementia Australia
Annie Butler, Federal Secretary, Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation
|5.30pm - 5.50pm||Setting the scene||Professor Emeritus Robin Creyke|
|5.45pm - 6.25pm||Presentations|
|Research data needs||A/Prof Kasia Bail and Richard Cumpston|
|Consumers||Prof John McCallum|
|Dementia care||Glenn Rees|
|6.30pm - 7.15pm||Q&A||Panel|
Event Date & Time: Wednesday, 19 June, 2019
Event Location: Bob Douglas Theatre, Eggleston Rd, ANU (on left after turning from Mills Rd), ACT
Registrations Open: 1st May 19 12:00 AM
Registrations Close: 19th Jun 19 12:00 PM
Places Available: 105
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