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A summary of the major items discussed at the first MDAF meeting.Part of a collection: Ministerial Drug and Alcohol Forum (MDAF) communiques
This brochure outlines the health warnings required on tobacco product packaging that are part of the Competition and Consumer (Tobacco) Information Standard 2011.
This scale is part of the Psychogeriatric Assessment Scales (PAS). Aged care providers can use this to test cognitive impairment of care recipients. It includes the questions and the scoring method.
PAS helps aged care providers to carry out psychogeriatric assessments for dementia and depression. You do not need extensive training to use it. To do a PAS assessment, you interview the care recipient and someone who knows the recipient well, such as a carer or relative.
Approved aged care providers use this pack to conduct ACFI appraisals and reappraisals.
This scale is part of the Psychogeriatric Assessment Scales (PAS). Aged care providers can use this to test cognitive impairment of care recipients. It includes the questions and the scoring method. It is suitable for people who are non-verbal, have reduced fine motor skills or visually impaired.
Approved aged care providers use this assessment pack to conduct ACFI appraisals and reappraisals. This pack includes guidelines for assessments
and copies of assessment tools.
Research into community attitudes and behaviour about illicit drug use was done to inform future policy and planning for alcohol and other drug issues. This report outlines the quantitative research that was done and the results.Part of a collection: Community attitude research on alcohol and other drugs
This report looked at privacy issues relating to the National Cancer Screening Register. It contains 28 recommendations for the department.
Women can have bladder control problems when they cough, sneeze or exercise. This fact sheet outlines the types of surgery available for treatment of this problem.