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Teaching gifted children

Teaching gifted students is no easy feat. Easily bored and often more knowledgeable than their teachers, these children frequently come in the guise of class nuisances or even under-performers. Yet, like any other child, gifted students have a right to an education which stimulates and stretches them. The question is ‘how?’. Christine Ireland of AAEGT…

20 Feb 2017, by Amy Sarcevic

Rail

Collaboration Key for Rail Safety Wins

Collaboration - the key to continued safety wins for the rail industry in Australia and the main focus of the Rail Industry Safety and Standards Board annual Rail Safety Conference will take place in Brisbane on the 4th and 5th April 2017. We are excited to bring together a faculty of speakers from across the…

17 Feb 2017, by Niamh Horan

Acute Healthcare | Community Healthcare | Health & Healthcare | Technology

Trish Hammond: Connecting Consumers & Cosmetic Medicine Practicioners

With just two weeks to go until the inaugural National Cosmetic Medicine Summit, we spoke with blogger and General Manager of the Plastic Surgery Hub Trish Hammond to discuss the power of social media in providing cosmetic medicine consumers with more information and choice.   Tell me a bit about the Plastic Surgery Hub and how…

16 Feb 2017, by Lisa Hedlund

Education & Skilling | Leadership & Communication | Occupational Health & Safety

A Service First Approach to Delivering a Great Customer Experience

Creating collaborative approaches that ensure the involvement and opinions of all involved are heard are vital in a service first approach to delivering a great customer experience, according to Gallagher Bassett's General Manager, Aidan Brophy. Speaking at the 18th Annual National Workers’ Compensation Summit later this month in Melbourne, Aidan and his colleague Lucas Kowlaski are opening…

14 Feb 2017, by Lisa Hedlund

Acute Healthcare | Community Healthcare | Health & Healthcare | Uncategorized

Caroline Grogan on Dementia & Dementia Friendly Communities

  With one week to go until the 8th Annual National Dementia Conference, we spoke with Centacare's S.H.A.R.E. The CareProgram Co-ordinator Caroline Grogan to discuss dementia in Australia and dementia friendly communities.   Dementia is currently the single greatest cause of disability in older Australians. How can our healthcare system better meet the needs of…

14 Feb 2017, by Lisa Hedlund

Maritime and Transport | Rail | Uncategorized

Light Rail Innovation

In less than two weeks the Light Rail industry will meet on the Gold Coast for two days of discussion on planning, development and delivery of Light Rail in Australia. Australian projects are utilizing cutting edge technology and control systems as well as showcasing innovative light rail vehicles and platform solutions. As we approach the…

10 Feb 2017, by Lisa Hedlund

Community Healthcare | Health & Healthcare

The complexities of the issues surrounding women with disability and violence

In the lead-up to the 8th Annual National Disability Summit, taking place on 8-9 May 2017, at the Novotel Melbourne on Collins, I had the chance to speak to Belinda Mason, Director, Blur Projects and Denise Beckwith who are co-presenting on the issues surrounding women with disability & violence. Their presentation will explain how the…

9 Feb 2017, by Informa Insights

Health & Healthcare

Bianca Jordaan on ‘Change Management for Clinical Programs’

Bianca Jordaan, Change and Adoption Manager for the eMR Connect Program at eHealth NSW talks about the approach to Change Management being used to implement and optimise use of the electronic medical record (eMR), including eMeds, across NSW Health. Bianca will be speaking to the eMedication Management Conference on Wednesday 15 March 2017 on Driving…

8 Feb 2017, by Informa Insights

Media

Delivering a platform for the OTT revolution

 Sarah Palmer Executive GM - Products & Pricing, NBN In advance of her address at the OTT TV Summit in Sydney this March, Informa caught up with NBN Executive General Manager, Sarah Palmer. In an exclusive interview she shed light on what NBN are doing to ensure the long term sustainability and commercial viability of OTT. Sarah,…

31 Jan 2017, by Amy Sarcevic

Health & Healthcare

PRP And Skin Rejuvenation: Trends, challenges and the impact of the new guidelines

In the lead up to the National Cosmetic Medicine Summit, we were delighted to be able to have a word with Dr Herbert Hooi, who is both Chairing and speaking at the Summit. Dr Hooi gives us a sneak peek at his specialty areas, what’s trending right now, and the likely impact of the new…

30 Jan 2017, by Informa Insights
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