Aged Care Video Alert: Dignity of Risk

The concept of dignity of risk is not entirely new, however it now has a position of prominence in aged care with the Aged Care Quality Standards.

In this video update, senior associate Dr Melanie Tan explains:

  • What does dignity of risk mean?

  • Where and when does dignity of risk apply?

  • What is the duty of care within dignity of risk?

 

If you would like to speak to us about dignity of risk, or any other matter, please contact Dr Melanie Tan on (03) 9609 1577, Anita Courtney on (03) 8602 7211 or visit our Aged Care page for more information on our expertise in this sector.

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