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Strengthening professional collaboration in dementia caregiver education and research via the provision and evaluation of the iSupport program in Australia and Greater China

Grant


Scheme


  • National Foundation for Australia-China Relations Competitive Grants

Abstract


  • The project will be implemented in Australia and Greater China including Mainland China (Beijing and Xian¿), Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau. The main objectives of this project are to:1.strengthen professional collaboration in the provision and evaluation of the Chinese iSupport program in Australia, Mainland China (Beijing and Xian¿), Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau.2.enhance understanding and exchange of Chinese carers¿ experiences in the program in these regions. 3.showcase Australia¿s excellence in dementia care policies, standards, and care services.4.use the Chinese iSupport as an opportunity to engage Australia¿s diverse communities in developing multilingual iSupport programs.5.showcase innovation via online education and virtual carer support groups in responding to COVID-19 outbreaks.

Date/time Interval


  • 2020

Local Award Id


  • 134124

Scheme


  • National Foundation for Australia-China Relations Competitive Grants

Abstract


  • The project will be implemented in Australia and Greater China including Mainland China (Beijing and Xian¿), Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau. The main objectives of this project are to:1.strengthen professional collaboration in the provision and evaluation of the Chinese iSupport program in Australia, Mainland China (Beijing and Xian¿), Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau.2.enhance understanding and exchange of Chinese carers¿ experiences in the program in these regions. 3.showcase Australia¿s excellence in dementia care policies, standards, and care services.4.use the Chinese iSupport as an opportunity to engage Australia¿s diverse communities in developing multilingual iSupport programs.5.showcase innovation via online education and virtual carer support groups in responding to COVID-19 outbreaks.

Date/time Interval


  • 2020

Local Award Id


  • 134124