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Resource Library

There is no substitute for attending an ECHO, but here are a few downloadable copies of past didactic presentations, provided for personal learning. 

“Statements, facts and opinions expressed in these presentations are those of the individual authors and, unless expressly stated to the contrary, are not the opinion of GV Health. GV Health assumes no responsibility or liability for, the content, accuracy or completeness of the information presented.”

Additional resource to support self and others over the January holiday season

Aged Care and Mental Health ECHO will return on 13th February 2024 – How many tablets are too many tables? – Speaker TBC

2024 Curriculum and Resources

 

Topic:

Presentation:2023 Curriculum and Resources

 

13th February 2024 

  • Topic: How Many Tablets are Too Many Tablets? Mr Shams Zaidi – Goulburn Valley Health
  • Presentation – 
  • Resources

2023 Curriculum and Resources

12th December 2023 

14th November 2023 

  • Topic: What to do once a person has died
  • Alexa Powell – Grief Australia
  • Presentation – Not available
  • Resources – https://www.grief.org.au/
  • Resources – Older Minds Mental Health Program for Residential Aged Care Facilities (RACF) Murray PHN – APMHA.

10th October 2023 

  • Topic: What to do when a person is dying?
  • Dr Hellen Kemp – Grief Australia
  • Presentation – Not Available
  • Resources – https://www.grief.org.au/

12th September 2023 

8th August 2023 

11th July 2023 

  • Topic: Storytelling and reminiscence in aged care
  • Professor Sunil Bhar – School of Health Sciences, University of Melbourne
  • Presentation -Storytelling and Reminiscence in Aged Care ECHOPR~1

6th June 2023 

9th May 2023 

  • Topic: Quality of Life – The little things – Part 2
  • Professor Joseph Ibrahim – Australian Centre for Evidence Based Aged Care, La Trobe University and Monash University
  • Presentation – Not Available
  • Publication Managing risk for aging patients

4th April 2023 

  • Topic: Quality of Life – The little things – Part 1
  • Professor Joseph Ibrahim – Australian Centre for Evidence Based Aged Care, La Trobe University and Monash University
  • Presentation – Not Available

7th March 2023 

14th February 2022 

  • Topic: Entering Care -What’s it like for the resident?
  • Mark Silver –  Co-Director Swinburne University Wellbeing Clinic
  • Presentation – Entering Care – What’s it like for the resident?

2022 Curriculum and Resources

13th December 2022 

8th November 2022

  • Topic: Pharmacological management of BPSD/ behaviours of concern
  • Dr Eleanor Curran –  Psychiatrist – Deputy Clinical Director – North West Mental Health
  • Presentation – Not Available

11th October 2022

13th September 2022 

  • Topic: Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety – Impacts on use of restrictive interventions
  • Speaker(s) Department of Health and Aged Care – 
  • 1. Jeldai King – Director – Victorian Residential Aged Care – Dept of Health and Aged Care- Topic Brief Update on the royal Commission Reforms and context.
  • 2. Monique Versace – director – Consumer, Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission – Topic – Update on policy regarding the use of restrictive practices
  • 3. Megan Cox – Acting Director – Behaviour support and restrictive practices, Aged Quality and Safety Commission – Topic: Update on regulation regarding restrictive practices
  • Presentation – Not available 
 

9th August 2022