Aged care scandals will continue unless the care model is transformed
INDaily | 27 September 2018
The newly-announced royal commission into the aged care sector won’t be the last unless Australia changes the way it thinks about and delivers care.
Read what Thinker in Residence, Dr Guy Turnbull, has written on this topic.
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