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Aged Care into the Future (Breakfast Meeting)

Aged Care into the Future (Breakfast Meeting)

This Extra ACHSM Breakfast Forum will be held at Jeta Gardens, Bethania in association with Logan City Council

Logan retirement and aged care resort, Jeta Gardens will become the first intergenerational facility of its kind in the country. The Master Plan development includes additional retirement villas and apartments, serviced aged care facilities, a clubhouse, pharmacy and childcare facilities. A private hospital and international training college specialising in geriatrics, including student accommodation, will also be developed, in partnership with one of Queensland's renowned universities.

ACHSM Breakfast Forum - August 2014
















We tend to ignore things we cannot see but we do this at our peril!  For instance, antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is now recognised as a critical health issue by the World Health Organisation.  Primarily the concern of hospitals, resistant bacterial pathogens are now seen with increasing frequency in the community.

The Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care has appointedProf John Turnidgeto lead a program for national surveillance of Antimicrobial Resistance and antibiotic usage.

Mastering Difficult Colleague Interactions with Dr Mark O'Brien, Cognitive Institute

Rebecca Ward Consultingis proud to support theACHSMQld Branch (in association withCognitive Institute) in a one-day workshop focussing on enhancing the effectiveness and ease of dealing with difficult colleague interactions in healthcare. This workshop is designed for all who work in healthcare.

Difficult people and situations are often the biggest stressors for all who work in healthcare. However, there can be added pressure when difficult interactions occur with colleagues because of the need to often maintain a long term functional and professional relationship that goes beyond the particular issue being addressed in a challenging interaction.

Perfecting Your Presentations (Managing The Art of Public Speaking)


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ACHSM Breakfast Forum and Half Day Symposium

 
 
Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust... It's all about Quality, Safety & Trust!
On the eve of the first Ashes cricket test at the GABBA, Brisbane, ACHSM (Qld) will bring together an interesting and experienced team of health executives for its 2013 Annual State Healthcare Symposium. The major focus will be on the Quality and Safety of Healthcare Services in Queensland. This event will start with the breakfast forum followed by the Half Day Symposium.
           

Brisbane Breakfast: Health Reform and Leadership

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
ACHSM Queensland is pleased to welcome back former Director General of Health,Mr Mick Reid. After leaving Queensland Health, Mick held a position of Special Adviser to McKinsey and Company. He was principally engaged in the introduction of electronic health records in Australia, a major diabetes coordinated care trial and hospital and health system reform. Mick is now engaged as National Healthcare Markets Leader at Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC).

Congress on Health Leadership Invitation

Posted on behalf of Sue Thomson - Executive Director, Professional Development ACHSM
 
Congress on Health LeadershipInvitation
The Australasian College of Health Service Management (ACHSM) invites you and your colleagues to submit abstracts for papers and posters for our 2013 ACHSM Asia Pacific Congress on Health Leadership: Energising Healthcare.”
We are looking for health practitioners, health leaders/managers, medical managers, health service management academia/students, health facility planners and designers, and health consultants who have a passion for health.
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