- Ollerenshaw, A. (2015). Online pathways for dementia care. Australian Family Physician, 44 (7), 510-513. Australian Family Physician | Online pathways for dementia care
- Ollerenshaw A, Wong Shee A and Yates M (2017) Towards good dementia care: awareness and uptake of an online Dementia Pathways Tool for rural and regional health practitioners. Australian Journal of Rural Health. doi: 10.1111/ajr.12376
- Pulse IT: Customised dementia pathways tool for south-east Melbourne. 29 April, 2015: Pulse IT | Customised dementia pathways tool for South-east Melbourne
- Pulse IT: Grampians Takes a Regional Approach to Dementia Care. 7 January 2014: Pulse IT | Grampians takes a regional approach to dementia care
- Primary Health Care Research and Information Service (PHCRIS): On-line Dementia Pathways Tool supporting primary health care professionals in the Grampians, Volume 18, Issue 2, December 2013. Primary Health Care Research and Information Service | On-line Dementia Pathways Tool supporting primary health care professionals in the Grampians
- Australian Rural Doctor: Wide applicability for dementia online tool. 12 November 2013. Australian Rural Doctor | Wide applicability for dementia online tool
- Pulse IT: Grampians ML Launches Dementia Pathways Tool. 13 August 2013: Pulse IT | Grampians ML launches dementia pathways tool
Conferences and forums
- Dementia Pathways was presented at the Annual National Dementia Congress, Novotel in Melbourne, February 2014.
- University of Melbourne Rural Health Academic Network: Dementia Care in Acute/Community settings seminar, Shepparton, 20 May 2014.
- Medicare Locals and Aged Care Sector Workshop, Rydges Melbourne Airport, 27 May 2014.
- Dementia + Community Care Conference, Melbourne, 30-31 October 2014.
- South Eastern Melbourne Medicare Local General Practitioner Education event, Dandenong, 30 August 2014.
- Grampians Medicare Local General Practitioner Education event, Ballarat, 24 February 2015
- Grampians Medicare Local General Practitioner Education event, Horsham, 15 June 2015.
- The Dementia Pathways Tool was selected for an in-depth case study at the University of Queensland, examining 'Collaborative and multi-disciplinary models of care within the Australian health care context' (March 2014).