The 4th Clinical Training & Workforce Planning Summit will bring together key stakeholders in the health and education sectors to discuss practical solutions in providing the high quality care needed to meet our increasing healthcare needs. Strategic planning, dialogue and funding is needed to build capacity and foster excellence in clinical placements and ensure this workforce is equipped to provide safe, sustainable, efficient, quality and responsive health services.
- Denielle Beardmore, Director of Nursing Clinical Education and Practice Development, Ballarat Health Services
- Dr Marino Festa, SCHN Clinical Lead in Simulation & Senior Staff Specialist in Paediatric Intensive Care, Children's Hospital, Westmead
- Dr Maureen Farrell, Senior Lecturer, Victoria University
- Melodie Heland, Director,Surgical Clinical Service Unit, Austin Health
- Dr Angela Evans, Podiatrist, visiting senior lecturer, La Trobe University, Walk for Life volunteer and Australian Goodwill ambassador
- Danielle Kennedy, Nurse Educator, Northeast Health Wangaratta
- Marcus Dripps, CEO - Corio Bay Health Group, National President, Australian Physiotherapy Association
- Professor Iain Graham, Dean of Health, Southern Cross University
- Annette Marlow, Director Professional Experience-Faculty of Health, University of Tasmania
- Melody Trueman, Director, Nursing Education, Nursing Education & Research
- Emma-Lee Fell, Clinical Practice Development Nurse (EN Trainee Portfolio), Ballarat Health Services
- Nick Sady, Clinical Placement Coordinator, Navitas Health Skills Australia
- Paul Gilbert, Assistant Secretary, Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (Victorian Branch)
- Juliet Sondermeyer, Domain Campus Head: Hobart, Associate Head Post Graduate Studies: School of Health Sciences Leader: Global Perspectives Programme; Faculty of Health, University of Tasmania
>> View the full Clinical Training & Workforce Planning Summit agenda here.
>> Register for the Clinical Training & Workforce Planning Summit here; email us; or call 02 9080 430702 9080 4307.