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Reporting and clinical governance in aged care: The Serious Incident Response Scheme
Reporting and clinical governance in aged care: The Serious Incident Response Scheme

Effective management of incidents is critical to effective clinical governance and will enable you to manage risks to consumers and improve the quality of care and services you provide.  By systematically recording and investigating incidents, you are better placed to identify trends and issues and to pursue continuous improvement

Data
Incident management
Residential care
Risk management
SIRS
More on restrictive practices in aged care: highlighting the intersection of regulation and clinical governance
More on restrictive practices in aged care: highlighting the intersection of regulation and clinical governance

Restrictive practices are often used to manage the behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia (BPSD) in aged care. However while restrictive practices may have a clinical foundation in this sense, they are not necessarily driven by clinical need.

Dementia
Regulatory updates
Residential care
Restrictive practices
Restraining restraint in aged care
Restraining restraint in aged care

Regulatory changes to the use of restraint in aged care (now referred to as restrictive practices, in line with the NDIS Standards) came into effect on 1 July 2021. These amendments require that aged care providers ensure restrictive practices ‘must only be used in a way that supports good clinical practice and provides safe and improved care for consumers’.

Dementia
Regulatory updates
Residential care
Restrictive practices
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