“One of the things that’s becoming clear through the Royal Commission is the need for great quality in aged care and that’s what all aged care providers want to deliver. But also to really be exploring and working with older people and their families in making sure that the experience people have is a good … Continue reading ACSA’s Pat Sparrow on the 5th Quality in Aged Care Summit
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As we progress steadily closer to 2062, the year in which the Jetsons take to the skies in flying cars, we are instead turning our attention to the space beneath our feet. Tunnels present opportunities for dispelling traffic and avoiding the environmental impacts a major above-ground road can pose. Elon Musk touts the vision of … Continue reading Planning for alternatively-fuelled cars in tunnels
The USA’s demand on the multifamily/ build to rent market remains high, despite being 10 years post recession and increased rental costs at an average of 3.3% per year. The country has also seen high levels of new supply, yet the vacancy rate has remained under 5% for the past five years. Colleen Pentland Lally, … Continue reading Similar conditions in the USA and Aus to drive BTR demand: CBRE’s Colleen Pentland Lally
Cyber security is on the radar of Australian universities and government alike, as rates of breaches continue to increase and state-ordered attacks become more common. Dr Elizabeth Valentine, Chief Information Officer of New Zealand’s Massey University, believes the biggest threats to universities in the ANZ region are already well-known. “The top risks for Higher Education … Continue reading The top cyber risks for higher ed – Dr Valentine, Massey University CIO
Despite the growing focus on psychological health and safety in the workplace, AIHS says there are still significant gaps in policy and regulation. This has sparked discussion with Safe Work Australia regarding legislative changes to ensure all jurisdictions are operating at the highest level. Ian Firth, State Inspector of SafeWork NSW, shed some light on … Continue reading Safe Work NSW’s Ian Firth on pending mental health policy changes
Examples of poorly executed (or non existent) crisis communication strategies are easy to find – owing to their usually prolific media presence. Company crises occur every day – what differs is how organisations handle them and your fate relies heavily on how you communicate with your consumers. They will neither be understanding nor forgiving if … Continue reading Crisis Communication in 8 Steps
Emergency departments are often the initial point of care for people seeking mental-health assistance for the first time and for those requiring after hours care. Approximately 3.7% of all presentations to public hospital ED are mental health-related. We’ve put together a quick reference guide for some of the most effective mechanisms that can be used … Continue reading Mechanisms to support better mental health outcomes in ED