Australian Association of Gerontology

Topic

Research and understanding in aged care
 
 

Content

This is a set of educational videos based on expert led webinars and interviews. Relevant topics covered include:
  • Common ethical dilemmas at the end of life
  • Palliative care in older people - Latest research, symptom management, communication and residential care
  • Nutrition and palliative care
Each module provides:
  • Webinar recording
  • Some provide presentation slides as a separate resource

Depth

Intermediate

Target Audience

Aged care workers, researchers, health professionals

Authors

Varies but generally calls on experts in the field to present on a topic

Comments

A useful and current set of expert-based resources. Well referenced and presented. The Australian Association of Gerontology’s (AAG) purpose is to improve the experience of ageing through connecting research, policy and practice.

As Australia's peak body linking professionals working across the fields of ageing, it has almost 1,200 members from across every State and Territory in Australia, and including researchers, aged care leaders, geriatricians, nurses, allied health professionals, policy makers, advocates for older people and others with expertise in ageing.

Registration Required

No

Payment Required

No (with some exceptions)

Student Support

No

Certificate

No

Country of Origin

Australia

Web Address

https://www.aag.asn.au/news-publications/past-webinar-recordings/past-webinar-recordings

Page last updated 22 November 2018