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Health & Community| 12 Feb 2021
With the current debate on whether or not COVID-19 vaccines should become mandatory and vaccination programs underway in many countries, the question arises – who should be responsible for adverse events in relation to the vaccines?
Thinking| 11 Feb 2021
In the event that an adult is incapable of consent and restrictive practices are required, who can consent to the restrictive practices? This issue was recently discussed in a case heard by the State Administrative Tribunal in Western Australia, MS  ...
Employment & Workplace Relations| 27 Nov 2020
The Health Services Union has launched a case seeking to raise the minimum wages of all aged care employees covered by the Aged Care Award 2010 by 25%.
Corporate & Commercial| 24 Nov 2020
The Disability Royal Commission’s interim report highlights that much needs to be done to ensure that the human rights of people with a disability and respected and that Australia becomes a truly inclusive society. In this article, we examine ...
Thinking| 13 Nov 2020
We are proud to have provided pro bono support to Leading Age Services Australia and its members in LASA's submission on legal and regulatory issues to the Royal Commission on Aged Care Quality and Safety in response to counsel assisting’...