Institute of Health & Nursing Australia is committed to ensuring compliance to copyright legislation in all areas of the teaching and learning which relate to third party copyright materials. The purpose of this policy is to promote copyright compliance in both the academic and non-academic activities of the institution by ensuring that all students and staff are made aware of their obligations when using copyrighted materials in any format whether by copying, reproducing, communicating, recording, or performing. Assist IHNA students and staff to make full legal use of the materials at their disposal and limit any risk to the institution associated with the use of copyrighted materials. This policy applies to all students and staff at IHNA campuses and relates to all IHNA approved or sponsored activities.
The copyright Act 1968 shall for the purposes of this document, be referred to as the Act. First party copyright materials created by IHNA staff as part of their employment in which copyright has not been transferred or exclusively licensed to a third party.
Whenever another person’s intellectual property is used, user must also ensure that they comply with moral rights legislation that is also part of the copyright Act. This means that the author must be correctly acknowledged, and the work should not be treated in any way which would be the reputation of its creator.
Students can reproduce copyright materials without permission provided that the dealing is for research or study and that the copying is fair. Fair dealing applies to work copied by an individual for their own use, but not copy materials for others.
The Act section 40 deems fair to mean an article in a periodical publication more than one article in the same edition of a periodical if on the same subject matter, a reasonable portion which is 10% or one chapter, if the work is a published edition of 10 pages or more. In case of electronic materials, 10 % of the number of words may be reproduced or communicated for educational purposes under part VB of the ACT. In case of materials on the internet the same rules apply. It should not be assumed that all materials on the internet id freely available. Check to see if materials are copyright or public domain.
In general, for literary, dramatic and musical works copyright ends 70 years after the death of the creator. For published sound recordings and films copyright ends 70 years after publication of the work. For artistic works copyright lasts for the life of the artist plus 70 years.
Compliance Responsibilities are the responsibilities of all students and staff to make themselves aware of their obligations in relation to copyright by Reading and handouts on copyright supplied at the orientation and accompanying information on IHNA ‘s copyright webpage. Attending copyright information and training sessions. Consulting with the copyright Officer when in doubt as to their copyright responsibilities. Students are entirely responsible for any copyright infringement resulting from their actions. Faculty are responsible for the copyright compliance of all third party copyright materials supplied to students enrolled in their courses.
The act section 135 ZN-ZT allows for the reproduction of certain materials for people with sight and intellectual disabilities.
All third party copyright materials print or digital which staff provide for students to access via Canvas must be lodged with copyright officer and uploaded, through the e-reserve program which monitors copyright compliance.
Any materials that are transmitted in any other electronic format including emails, by or on behalf of lecturers, should also be accompanied by the appropriate copyright notice. See the IHNA copyright Officer or copyright webpages for the correct wording.
Student materials is generally protected by copyright. Lectures wishing to use a student’s work must ensure that they keep adequate documentary prof that they have the student’s permission.
Education licensing cannot be relied upon for nonacademic activities such as social activities, community outreach, fund raising, religious and cultural programs. Staff and students should check with the Copyright officer on their campus to ensure their activity is covered by the current IHNA licensing agreements. The libraries on each campus hold several books published by the Australian copyright council that will assist in the understanding and implementation of Australian copyright law.
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Any non-complying activities will be brought to the attention of those responsible. Failure to take appropriate action will be brought to the attention of the copyright committee and may result in disciplinary action.
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How to attract, recruit and maintain a dedicated skilled and loyal workforce in the health sector (Aged Care)
This seminar is based on research from a recent royal commission report into the aged care sector and a workforce strategy that followed. The strategy outlined a number of skill gaps across the aged care sector, including a significant lack of management & leadership knowledge and skills. This was identified across all levels of staff, including management and supervisors. Based on the workforce strategy, I have put together an educational seminar. The seminar includes a lot of practical ideas and ‘How To’ methods. The purpose of the seminar is to develop and build knowledge and skills of people working across the aged care sector.
Bio. Kevin Egan
MBA, Adv. Dip, CIV TAE.
Kevin has lived and worked in Australia for most of his professional life. He started his career working on a factory floor. Not satisfied with factory work, he set off on a journey to create a successful life and career. This is a remarkable story of a person who was intellectually, economically and emotionally bankrupt and worked his way from obscurity to personal and business success.
During his career, Kevin has acquired a wealth of knowledge and experience working across various Australian businesses and industries. These include: local and state government, transport and logistics, retail, warehousing, sales, finance and education.
Kevin has held various positions, including senior partner, state and national management positions and senior consultant roles. He holds a Master’s degree in business administration and is a published author.
Kevin’s local business and academic skills make him the ideal speaker for this seminar.Book a Spot
With a passion for education, entrepreneurship, and technology he’s been able to shape the vision of IHNA. Equipped with a Master’s in Business Administration and qualified in Mechanical Engineering, Bijo has had extensive project management and business management experience. He’s used this experience to enable new and innovative programs to push the envelope for career-focused healthcare training. Bijo has worked worldwide and has had the opportunity to be a well-respected and prominent community figure in Australia, Malaysia, and India. As the acting CEO of IHNA, he oversees and manages the operational activities, systems, and policy implementation of the organisation. He’s also a member of GAICD (Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors) and currently pursuing a PhD in Corporate Governance in the Educational Sector at Swinburne University.
With a dedication to teaching, research, and industry consultancy he’s published over 45 referred research and conference papers and. Dr Hewege holds a PhD in Management, a Master of Business Administration Degree, and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with Honours. He’s well-regarded on a wide spectrum of research areas including corporate social responsibility, management controls of transitional economies, marketing, logistics, international business, and research methodology. Dr Hewege has also accumulated over 20 years of teaching experience on undergraduate and postgraduate levels in Australia and internationally.
Led by a deep passion for nursing, Professor Chair has held a number of positions in both the private and public sectors of the healthcare industry in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, and Hong Kong. These positions include Hospital Manager, Director of Nursing, Deputy Director of Nursing, Senior Supervisor, Unit Manager, Principal Educator, Senior Lecturer, Associate Professor, Director of Undergraduate Studies, and Director of Post-Graduate Studies. He’s also been a foundation member of two Schools of Nursing in Australia and is currently working at Central Queensland University as Assistant Dean Community Engagement, School of Nursing and Midwifery.
With more than 20 years of experience in the field of accounting and finance, Pankaj has experience across financial reporting, taxation, and auditing, with established skills in corporate finance, financial analysis, taxation, accounting, and auditing. He holds Bachelor of Commerce and is also a Certified Public Accountant (AUS) and Chartered Accountant (India). Pankaj has been working with the HCI Group for over eight years and is responsible for managing financial aspects of the entire group.
Dedication to innovation and technology, Dr Shisir is a senior researcher and academic specialising in ICT and innovation policy with a strong track record of serving the Australian tertiary education for over five years. He heads Heathovation, an HCI subsidiary dedicated to the latest technologies and collaborative tools in the design and delivery of healthcare education. Dr Shisir leads multi-disciplinary research on the design, development, delivery, execution, and evaluation of cutting-edge ICT technologies to improve tertiary education systems and healthcare service delivery. His professional affiliations include: Australian Computer Society (ACS), Centre for ICT for Development, Nepal (ICT4D) and Nepal Research and Education Network (NREN).