Regulation of aged care
The Brisbane Hearing inquired into the regulation of aged care, with a focus on quality and safety and how aspects of the current regulatory system operate.
Date: 5 – 9 August 2019
Location: Court 7, Level 2, Commonwealth Law Courts, Harry Gibbs Commonwealth Law Courts Building, 119 North Quay, Brisbane
Time: 9:30am local time
The hearing commenced at 10am (AEST) on Monday, 5 August 2019. It can be viewed through the Royal Commission's YouTube channel.
The public hearing inquired into the regulation of aged care, with a focus on:
regulation of quality and safety in aged care and how aspects of the current regulatory system operate
- different approaches to regulation, including in other sectors
- how regulation and oversight of quality and safety in aged care could be improved.
- The Brisbane Hearing closed on Friday 9 August 2019.
- Applications for leave to appear at the public hearing closed 5pm (ACST) on Friday 19 July 2019.
- Copies of exhibit documents relating to this hearing are available on this page.
- Transcripts and a Witness list are available for all days of the hearing.
- Post-hearing submissions were received.
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