Public Service Association Budget Submission 2013 - Age for a Change
This report was prepared for the Public Service Association of South Australia as their Budget Submission for 2013. It details the global economic outlook and the economic outlook for Australia and South Australia, and also analyses the SA public sector before discussing the implications of an ageing population in the state on service delivery.
Implementing the Teaching Nursing Homes Initiative: Scoping Study
The Department of Health and Ageing (DoHA) commissioned the Australian Institute for Social Research (AISR) at The University of Adelaide to undertake a scoping study to inform the implementation of what was then known as the Teaching Nursing Homes Initiative - now known as Teaching and Research Aged Care Services (TRACS). (The Teaching Nursing Home (TNH) is most simply defined as an aged care facility in which clinical care, education and research are interlinked). The scoping study identified critical enablers and barriers to establishing and operating a Teaching Nursing Home (TNH) and the range of models under which this is occurring in Australia. It involved a literature review and structured interviews with all known TNH affiliations.
Bridging Education, Research and Clinical Care - The Teaching Nursing Home: Discussion Paper
In late December 2010, the Department of Health and Ageing (DoHA) commissioned the Australian Institute for Social Research (AISR) at The University of Adelaide to provide research and analysis to inform the implementation of the Teaching Nursing Homes Initiative.
South Australian Economic and Budget Outlook: Research Report
With the State Government's plans to slash $750 million from jobs and services in the upcoming budget, the Public Service Association commissioned the Australian Institute for Social Research to provide an economic and budget outlook for South Australia.
Experience Works: The Mature Age Employment Challenge: Discussion Paper
This discussion paper, prepared for National Seniors Australia, examines the critical factors affecting mature age Australians' ability to access paid employment and to remain in employment.
Ageing Nation, Ageing Workforce - challenges for aged care provision in the 21st century
This paper highlights the importance of workforce planning and development strategies to retain and sustain the workforce, and identify the limitations imposed on those strategies by the absence of a comprehensive workforce database.
Workforce Development Â- Strategies and Lessons: Case Study Report
As awareness of the workforce development challenges facing Australia increases, public and private sectors organisations are initiating various workforce planning projects. Understanding the characteristics of these and learning from this experience is the purpose of this report. The report is one outcome from the Demographic change, ageing and the workforce: An integrated model to inform workforce development and planning in Australia project funded by the Australian Research Council with support from the Department of Further Education, Employment, Science and Technology and the former Office for Public Employment.
Exploring the Impact of an Ageing Workforce on the South Australian Workers' Compensation Scheme
This report prepared by the Australian Institute for Social Research (AISR) is designed to assist WorkCover SA to better understand and respond to the benefits and challenges associated with an ageing workforce in South Australia.
State of South Australia Updates
The State of South Australia Publication is scheduled to be published every two years, the first being 2005. In the alternating years, we hope to produce a series of updates from a selection of authors around key areas of public policy. Copies of the 2006 Updates can be downloaded from the Australian institute of Social Research Website at http://www.aisr.adelaide.edu.au/pubs/stateofsa/2006/
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