• AJDC rural and remote subscription offer
  • AJDC rural and remote subscription offer

Complimentary offer for rural and remote workforce

Dementia Training Australia (DTA)* supports the dementia care workforce in rural and remote Australia with training and resources. Until 31 March 2021, DTA is offering eligible aged care organisations in rural and remote Australia a complimentary 12-month subscription to the Australian Journal of Dementia Care (AJDC), including access to the AJDC Journal Club Discussion Guides (four issues, valued at $99, including GST and postage). The aim is to assist rural and remote organisations better access dementia-related news, views, research and professional development.

The complimentary subscription includes a free Journal Club Discussion Guide with each issue of the AJDC. The Guide contains questions relating to four published articles in each issue of the AJDC, along with links to resources and additional reading. It offers dementia care staff an opportunity to reflect on practice and consider how the ideas in AJDC articles might be used in practice.

Journal Club is ideal for team discussions, in-house training and individual professional development.

If you, or someone you know, works in dementia care in rural or remote Australia, your organisation may be eligible. Register via the DTA website at dta.com.au/rural-and-remote-offer/. (Please note: postcodes will be used to determine eligibility; one subscription per organisation; offer not available to existing AJDC subscribers).

The AJDC Journal Club is an initiative of DTA and the AJDC and is available only to eligible aged care organisations as part of this complimentary subscription offer, and to DTA’s Tailored Training Package clients who are new subscribers to the AJDC. For information about DTA’s Tailored Training Packages visit www.dta.com.au/tailored-training-programs/

*Dementia Training Australia manages the Australian Journal of Dementia Care on behalf of the publisher, the University of Wollongong.

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