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First report of its kind published on experience of older Māori and aged residential care | He pūrongo tuatahi e tāngia ana mō te wheako o ngā kaumātua Māori e noho ana i ngā whare tauwhiro kaumātua
06 Dec 2021
New research published today by the Health Quality & Safety Commission is the first of its kind to better understand, raise awareness of and start discussion about the quality of care for Māori and aged residential care.
Covid-19 and care homes: the myths and realities
19 May 2020
New Zealanders need to remove the stigma from aged care homes and fund them properly, write University of Auckland experts Michal Boyd, Merryn Gott, Jackie Robinson and Aileen Collier.
Blog: Ryman Healthcare on supporting clinical decision-making with the Frailty care guides
06 Dec 2019
Clinical systems manager at Ryman Healthcare, Victoria Brevoort, shares how the Health Quality & Safety Commission’s Ngā aratohu maimoa hauwarea | Frailty care guides are being used across their organisation.
Dr Michal Boyd's presentation on effective care planning and interRAI
In December 2017, Dr Michal Boyd gave a presentation about effective care planning and interRAI.
Quality improvement toolkit for use in age related residential care
This toolkit is designed to help health care staff undertake quality improvement, specifically those working in aged residential care (ARC).
- Appropriate medication use in aged residential care: Optimising the use of antibiotics, antipsychotics and fentanyl | Ngā rongoā tika mā ngā kaumātua/kuia: Kia tika te whāngai atu o ngā rongoā paturopi
- Webinar: Caring for complex older people
- Report: Older Māori and aged residential care in Aotearoa | Ngā kaumātua me te mahi tauwhiro i Aotearoa
Exploring the impact of aged residential care and older Māori
This webinar will present high level findings of the Older Māori and aged residential care in Aotearoa report.
Looking to the future for infection prevention and control in residential care
Many people involved in infection prevention and control (IPC) are aiming to get back to ‘business as usual’. As we move forward, it is important to apply what we’ve learned from the pandemic to other areas of IPC.