Aged Care Research & Industry Innovation Australia (ARIIA) is an independent, not-for-profit organisation established in 2021 as part of the Australian Government’s aged care workforce strategy. Its purpose is to lead the advancement of aged care workforce capability by promoting and facilitating innovation and research to improve the quality of aged care for all Australians. ARIIA therefore works with the aged care workforce, partners, researchers, thought leaders, and businesses to harness opportunities for growth and innovation.
One of ARIIA’s initiatives is the Knowledge and Implementation Hub (the Hub), an independent source of current, quality-assessed information, evidence, and practical resources supporting the sector to provide care to older Australians. The Knowledge and Implementation Hub team is led by CareSearch Director Jennifer Tieman who brings to the project knowledge and processes developed in the CareSearch/palliAGED projects. This includes developing content according to explicit quality standards under the guidance of expert advisory groups and having a schedule for content updating for ongoing currency and relevance.
The Hub content is built around a set of priority aged care topics identified by sector surveys and consultation. For each topic, the aged care workforce and researchers within the area have access to:
The Hub also includes an aged care priority topics dealing with palliative care and end of life. For more information, visit the Knowledge and Implementation Hub website at https://www.ariia.org.au/knowledge-implementation-hub
You can also contact the KIH team by email: email@example.com