Month: July 2015

Transport & Logistics

‘Interoperability’ – its significance and importance – 4Tel MD gives us some insight

On the 18th and 19th August Informa will be holding its annual Telecommunications and Train Control Forum at the InterContinental Sydney. Telecommunications & Train Control 2015 will bring together passenger and freight rail operators, transport agencies, track owners, regulators and technology suppliers to assess telecommunications solutions and explore the capabilities of a shared future. In…

30 Jul 2015, by Test Test

Energy & Utilities

Mining & Resources

Are you fit for $50? Geoffrey Cann discusses the global LNG industry

LNG industry opinion leader, Geoffrey Cann of Deloitte Australia, will be delivering a workshop as part of the 21st Anniversary South East Asia Australia Offshore and Onshore Conference (SEAAOC) this August.  We took the opportunity to ask Cann his views on the current issues surrounding the global LNG industry, what factors will influence Australia's future success…

28 Jul 2015, by Test Test

Healthcare

Brain injury: Sharing the benefits of consumer representation

Don't tell this to the 700,000 Australians living with brain injury, but brain injury is sometimes referred to as an invisible injury.  Although it's needs are not as obvious as a broken arm or cut, Brain Injury Australia's Nick Rushworth joins us to discuss the "overwhelming need for accurate and user-friendly information" about the services…

28 Jul 2015, by Test Test

Leadership & Communication

Mining & Resources

Influence is the key to successful leadership – food for thought with Bernie Garrett

NT Resources Week is just around the corner and we were able to speak with one of the workshop hosts at the event, Bernie Garrett, about leadership and it's impact on sales. 1. The hallmark of successful leadership is influence – can you elaborate on this? If you desire to be successful in life and…

28 Jul 2015, by Test Test

Healthcare

Falls prevention: Don’t use the ‘f-word’

Source: HOSPITAL & AGEDCARE  22 Jul 2015 By Yasmin Noone, Editor, H&A How often do you mention the 'f-word' when speaking to seniors – aged care residents, physiotherapy clients and hospital patients – who have just had a fall? How often, after a person's discharge from hospital or during rehabilitation, do you stress they must avoid and…

28 Jul 2015, by Test Test

Mining & Resources

Land Access – Pitfalls to Avoid

Exploration and development is imperative for healthy mining and petroleum industry growth. Dealing with the sensitive matter of land access successfully, can make or break the success of a resources project, but what are the most common mistakes made, when it comes to navigating land access issues? We posed this question to Jamahl Waddington, Managing…

23 Jul 2015, by Test Test

Healthcare

People with Cognitive Impairments and the NDIS

As a strong advocate for human rights, Dr John Chesterman, Manager of Policy and Education at the Office of the Public Advocate in Victoria, talked about “Transforming Disability Service Delivery to Optimise the Social and Economic Participation of People with Disabilities” at this year’s National Disability Summit. In his presentation, he explained the role of…

21 Jul 2015, by Test Test

Healthcare

Solving the Mental Health Crisis in Australian Correctional Facilities

The 6th annual Correctional Services Healthcare Summit will be held on the 24th – 25th of August at the Rendezvous Grand Hotel in Melbourne and will deal with a large range of issues surrounding healthcare in a correctional setting, including prisoner mental health, rehabilitation and models of care. Jim Coombs is a retired magistrate, former barrister and economist,…

21 Jul 2015, by Test Test

Infrastructure

Q&A with Dave Malone, Executive Director, Master Builders Australia

In the lead up to the highly anticipated 2nd Annual Building the Territory conference, Dave shares his views on the outlook for the building and construction industry in the NT, an insight into Master Builders’ pipeline over the next few years, and more importantly the reasons why the Territory is an enormous place of opportunity.…

15 Jul 2015, by Test Test

Healthcare

The journey to social inclusion: Exploring evidence based solutions to end homelessness

With over 20 years' experience in her sector, Cathy Humphrey, CEO of the Executive Team at St Kilda's Sacred Heart Mission is a strong believer that "there is no one-size-fits-all model to solving homelessness". Support needs to be individualised with evidence showing that understanding the casual factors that lead to homelessness can provide effective intervention to…

14 Jul 2015, by Test Test

Healthcare

Looking through the gender lens to support homeless women

In the lead up to her presentation at the at the biennial Homelessness Summit in Sydney, Annabelle Daniel, CEO of Women's Community Shelters (WCS) shares her experience in building local awareness and capacity with communities to find local solutions to the gaps in homelessness. Hornsby's 2015 Local Woman of the Year, discusses the inspiring work…

13 Jul 2015, by Test Test

Healthcare

Latest developments in eMedication Management: Highlights from eMM 2015 in Sydney

Australian hospitals where electronic medication management (eMM) systems have been implemented have indicated that eMM was the most complex system and process redesign project they had undertaken and so, we'd like to thank all the speakers, sponsors and attendees who helped make the 2015 eMM conference in Sydney such a success by sharing their experiences…

8 Jul 2015, by Test Test