NSW inquiry launched into staffing in aged care

July 1, 2015

Australian Ageing Agenda's Linda Belardi: The adequacy of nursing staff levels in residential aged care facilities in NSW will be the focus of a new parliamentary inquiry, which will also consider the need for wider regulatory reform and minimum standards for personal carers.


The inquiry, launched on Thursday, will further investigate the impact of recent changes to theAged Care Act on existing NSW legislation that requires a registered nurse be in charge and on duty at all times in a high-level care facility.  

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