About the Forum

Building on the tremendous success of the 2017 and 2018 Palliative & Aged Care Forums in Australia, Clariden Global is delighted to bring to market the 3rd Annual Palliative, Aged and Dementia Care Forum in Melbourne.

This event has been carefully curated to present interesting insights and innovative solutions from leading aged care experts to help enhance your organization’s delivery of palliative, aged and dementia care.

It is also a wonderful opportunity for you to establish mutually beneficial partnerships with public and private hospitals, aged care providers and other key players in the field to ensure the sustainability of the aged care ecosystem.

Mark 24 – 26 July 2019 in your calendar and book your seat now!

4 Reasons to Attend This Forum

  1. Receive latest updates on the Royal Commission Into Aged Care Quality and Safety
  2. Model best practices from award-winning palliative, aged & dementia care providers
  3. Strategically future-proof your aged care institutions with elderly-centric & personalized care models
  4. Leverage on critically acclaimed industry leaders’ insights into providing innovative & inclusive palliative, aged & dementia care

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The Forum at a Glance

DAY 1 AGED CARE: WED, 24 JULY 2019

  • Keynote Session: Best Practices in Delivering High Quality Aged Care Services and Compliance With Upcoming Aged Care Quality Standards
  • What Will Royal Commission Into the Aged Care Sector Focus on in the Interim Investigations
  • Wearables, Robotics, Telemedicine, IoMT and Other Innovations Improving Quality of Aged Care
  • Improving Inclusive Aged Care Delivery for Rural and Remote, LGBTI, CALD, Indigenous Population
  • Improving Staffing Ratios and Manpower Shortages Across Aged Care Facilities

DAY 2 DEMENTIA CARE: THU, 25 JULY 2019

  • Updates on Australia’s First Dementia Village: Korongee Village Case Study
  • Revolutionizing Dementia Care With New Models of Care
  • Utilizing Assistive Technology and IoT to Manage Pain and Symptoms in Dementia Patients
  • New Innovations in Predictive Cognitive Decline and Diagnosing Dementia
  • Pain Management for People With Dementia: Exploring Current Issues and Opportunities for Implementation of Best Practices Aged Care Facilities

DAY 3 PALLIATIVE CARE: FRI, 26 JULY 2019

  • Palliative Care at the Doorstep: How an Improved Palliative Care Model Can Improve EOL Care, Avoid Hospital Readmissions and Reduce Length of Stay
  • The Best Palliative Care in the Last 3 Days of Life: An Evidence-Based Approach
  • How Artificial Intelligence and Big Data Can Help Reduce Readmissions for Person in Palliative Care
  • Improving Access of Palliative and Aged Care in Rural and Remote Settings in Australia Through Remote Patient Monitoring and Telehealth
  • Role of Medical Cannabis in Aged and Palliative Care
  • Planning for Optimal Advanced Care Directives

Unique to This Event

This forum comprises 3 separately bookable events: Day 1 (Aged Care), Day 2 (Dementia Care) and Day 3 (Palliative Care). You can choose to attend the forum date(s) that is/are most relevant to your needs. At the end of each day, we will be hosting a Champagne Networking Session for delegates and our 30+ international thought leaders to share how to rethink, redesign and improve future palliative, aged and dementia care services.

DAY 1 | AGED CARE

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Hear from our senior aged care influencers on the international best practices in delivering high quality aged care across Australia and hear the latest updates from Royal Commission’s inquiry into aged care practices. You will also discover how you can deal with manpower shortages across aged care facilities, improve delivery of care through technological innovations, and enhance quality of care for rural and remote, LGBTI, CALD, indigenous population and elderly who are socially isolated.


DAY 2 | DEMENTIA CARE

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Hear about Australia’s first dementia village – Korongee Village, how to apply assistive technology in improving dementia care, how AI helps to detect dementia much earlier, and how new novel therapies and models of care can improve dementia treatment significantly better.


DAY 3 | PALLIATIVE CARE

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Join us to understand how to deliver innovative models of palliative care, how assistive technology helps to relieve acute manpower shortage, how to manage complex pain when drugs don’t work, and how to overcome EOL conversations in critical palliative care.


EVERY EVENING | CHAMPAGNE NETWORKING

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