Department of Health

Further information - frailty

E-learning educational resources

Online education program for NSQHS standards

The NSQHS Standards were developed by the Commission in collaboration with the Australian Government, states and territories, private sector providers, clinical experts, patients and carers. The primary aims of the NSQHS Standards are to protect the public from harm and to improve the quality of health service provision. The eight NSQHS Standards provide a nationally consistent statement about the level of care consumers can expect from health services.


White Book On Frailty: 2016, Global Ageing Resaerch Network (GARN), endorsed by the International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics (IAGG)

ANZSGM Position Statement 22 Frailty in Older People

Age and Ageing Virtual Issue: Frailty Oxford Journals, Age and ageing virtual Issue: Frailty

Implementing Frailty into clinical practice is an international educational resource to assist health care professionals involved in the care of older persons implement frailty into their clinical practice.

Frailsafe is a collaborative network in the UK aiming to improve measured quality of care for frail older patients admitted to NHS hospitals with medical emergencies by July 2016.

Frailty and Its Implications for Care Hartford Institute for Geriatric Nursing

Eating Well, A Food and Nutrition Resource for Frail Older People and their Carers NSW Health

Reviewed 17 March 2022


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