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Upcoming Webinars

Technology Roadmap Research Project - Implications for Community Care Providers

Start: 10:00am 01/08/2017

End: 11:00am 01/08/2017

In this webinar, Anne Livingstone (Chair of the National Home Care Group) and Gavin Tomlins (Chair of the CIO’s Forum) from the Aged Care Industry IT Council (ACIITC) recently commissioned a research project to develop a Technology Roadmap for the Aged Care Sector. This project brought together leading researchers and a project management team from the ACIITC. The Technology Roadmap project outlines the need for an innovative, technology-enabled sector for next 5 - 10 years. The project is deemed critical to ensuring a sustainable future industry and to appropriately guide investment decisions in the long term. This research project is an important guide for Community Care providers seeking to embed appropriate technology in all aspects of their operation.
Developing Living Labs for Community Care: Opportunities for Co-Design and Co-Creation

Start: 10:30am 15/08/2017

End: 11:30am 15/08/2017

In this webinar, Gareth Priday from The Australian Living Labs Innovation Network will focus on the ongoing role that Living Labs can play in innovative service delivery.
Innovative Workforces of the Future

Start: 10:30am 22/08/2017

End: 11:30am 22/08/2017

In this webinar, Andrew Reeson from CSIRO’s Data61 will examine how the nature of work and employment is evolving. A number of Megatrends are evident, including an ageing population with a growing demand for services, more flexible working environments, more opportunities for entrepreneurs and a workforce with ever higher skill levels. The service sector in general, and health and aged care in particular, are increasingly important employers of Australian workers. And the exponential rate of technological change continues to disrupt employment, automating existing jobs and creating new ones. As with previous technological revolutions, prophecies of doom for the human workforce will prove exaggerated. However, the skills required in the labour market are changing rapidly, and many individuals and firms will face challenging disruptions. Understanding how these changes are likely to play out will help us prepare for the opportunities and threats facing our workforce.

Featured Webinars

The Future for Open Source in Assistive Technology

Date: 27/07/2017

In this webinar, David Banes will investigate some of the successes and failures of the development of open source assistive technology over the past five years.
Open Data Institute: Community Sector Case Studies Using Open Data

Date: 13/07/2017

In this webinar, Maree Adshead from The Open Data Institute Australian Network will discuss a range of Open Data Case Studies in relation to the Community ...
My Tech Project: Connecting People to Emerging Assistive Technology

Date: 23/06/2017

This presentation will share knowledge and experience gained through the ILC WA MyTech Project. Smart AT is often not prioritized despite the potential for it to ...
Changing Perspectives Why Consumers are the Key to ‘Smart’ AT

Date: 24/05/2017

In this webinar Dr Malcolm Fisk explores some of the disjointed 'dynamics' around AT, health and care. The argument will be made that the dynamics are ...
Open Data and Community Care

Date: 24/05/2017

In the webinar you will be given an introduction on Open Data and it's potential application in Community Care by the Open Data Institute. You will be given an ...

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