Evaluating the Knowledge and Implementation Hub: Technology in aged care

ARIIA is undertaking a research project to explore the value of online information available on their Knowledge and Implementation Hub (the Hub), to understand how this online knowledge is accessed and used, and to assess the contribution of website users and experts in the development of online resources. This project will inform future approaches to the development of our resources for the aged care sector and has been approved by the Flinders University Human Research Ethics Committee (Approval 5689).

We are looking for people who have accessed the technology and aged care content on the Hub. You can find this content here: Technology in aged care.

If you agree to participate in this study, you will be asked to complete an online survey to provide feedback on:

  • what resources you accessed
  • whether the knowledge was useful and applicable
  • whether you shared it with colleagues or your organisation, and
  • any missing knowledge needs you identified.

You will also be invited to provide an example of how you have been able to use this knowledge in your practice (if relevant). 

The survey should take about 10 minutes to complete. Click here for further details on becoming a participant and to complete the survey.*

*The survey is completely anonymous. The above link is reusable and shareable with your networks. 

Technology in Aged Care