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24 January 2022
Brochure,

This flyer is part of the Commission’s resource bundle to improve antibiotic use for urinary tract infections in aged care services.

Text and images of urinary tract, dipstick container and white and red prescriptions pills

22 December 2021
Guides,

This guidance gives providers practical tips when making reports about serious incidents through the My Aged Care Provider Portal.

Cover of Reporting serious incidents Using a problem solving approach to enhance effective incident management

22 December 2021
Guides,

This guidance provides information for providers on the problem solving model supports the key elements of an effective incident management system.

Cover of Reporting serious incidents Using a problem solving approach to enhance effective incident management

20 December 2021
Tool,
Presentations,

This presentation is an educational tool is part of the Commission’s resource bundle to improve antibiotic use for urinary tract infections in aged care services.

First slide of To Dip or Not To Dip case-based education presentation with dip stick and container with coloured squares

18 November 2021
Tool,

These clinical forms are part of the 'Clinical Pathway for older people in aged care homes: suspected urinary tract infections (UTIs)'.

Form with multiple tables and boxes

22 October 2021
Guides,

This user guide relates to the 'Clinical Pathway for older people in aged care homes: suspected urinary tract infections (UTIs)'.

Elderly man with walker and cap, a younger man has his hand on his shoulder while they walk

22 October 2021
Poster,

This provider poster is an educational tool is part of the Commission’s resource bundle to improve antibiotic use for urinary tract infections in aged care services.

Two columns: 1. urine colour chart; 2. outline of human body

22 October 2021
Poster,

This provider poster is an educational tool is part of the Commission’s resource bundle to improve antibiotic use for urinary tract infections in aged care services.

Poster with four grey rows and four icons with dipstick container, urinary tract, document and red and white prescription pills

22 October 2021
Tool,

This audit tool is part of the Commission’s resource bundle to improve antibiotic use for urinary tract infections in aged care services.

To Dip or Not To Dip audit tool two tables with multiple rows and columns

22 October 2021
Guides,

This guide is for facilitators to deliver case-based learning to improve antibiotic use for urinary tract infections in aged care services.

Elderly man with walker and cap, a younger man has his hand on his shoulder while they walk

18 October 2021
Fact sheet,
Poster,

You should not be treated any differently after raising a concern or making a complaint. If you are not happy with how your complaint has been managed, you can also make a complaint directly to the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission.

What happens after you make a complaint poster with three icons: acknowledge investigate and respond

18 October 2021
Fact sheet,
Poster,

If you have a concern or complaint, it is safe to raise it with your residential or home service. The Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission can also help.

How to make a complaint? poster with four circles with icons

1 October 2021
Tool,

The Serious Incident Response Scheme (SIRS) decision support tool helps you determine Priority 1 or Priority 2 reportable incidents.

Screenshot of Unreasonable use of force

1 October 2021
Guides,

This guidance on the Serious Incident Response Scheme is for residential aged care providers. The Scheme comes into effect on 1 April 2021.

Image of Serious Incident Response Scheme Guidelines for residential aged care providers

29 September 2021
Fact sheet,

The Serious Incident Response Scheme (SIRS) is a new initiative to help prevent and reduce incidents of abuse and neglect in residential aged care services subsidised by the Australian Government.

What is the SIRS providers fact sheet thumbnail

7 September 2021
Guides,

This guidance provides information for providers to help them to develop and embed a best practice incident management system which enables them to respond to and manage specific incidents and near misses by assessing:

Guidance cover

24 August 2021
Webinar,

The Serious Incident Response Scheme (SIRS) launched on 1 April 2021. The Commission is helping the aged care sector to prepare for the introduction of the scheme with information and resources and is hosting a series of webinars about the scheme. This fourth webinar discussed the role of the Commission under the SIRS.

SIRS webinar #4 thumbnail image

24 August 2021
Webinar,

The Serious Incident Response Scheme (SIRS) launched on 1 April 2021. The Commission is helping the aged care sector to prepare for the introduction of the scheme with information and resources and is hosting a series of webinars about the scheme. This third webinar discussed reporting incidents to the Commission under the SIRS.

SIRS webinar #3 screen shot

24 August 2021
Webinar,

The Serious Incident Response Scheme (SIRS) launched on 1 April 2021. The Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission is helping the aged care sector to prepare for the introduction of the scheme with information and resources and is hosting a series of webinars about the scheme. This second webinar discussed the importance of an effective Incident Management System under the SIRS.

screenshot from the second Serious Incident Response Scheme webinar

24 August 2021
Webinar,

The Serious Incident Response Scheme (SIRS) launched on 1 April 2021. The Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission is helping the aged care sector to prepare for the introduction of the scheme with information and resources and is hosting a series of webinars about the scheme. This first webinar provides an introduction to SIRS and the importance of incident management systems.

Image of Aged care Commissioner Janet Anderson speaking at the The Serious Incident Response Scheme (SIRS) webinar #1 - 25 February 2021

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