Events

Monday, 28 July 2014 (All day) - Tuesday, 29 July 2014 (All day)

  • Monday, 28 July 2014 (All day) - Tuesday, 29 July 2014 (All day)
    Novotel Melbourne on Collins, Vic

    2014 HIGHLIGHTS:

    • NEAT - Using data to improve performance & engage all clinicians
    • Clinical service reform to support NEAT
    • Clinical redesign & improving access to high quality care
    • Misdiagnosis in the ED: Bounce back patients & an overview of liability for misdiagnosis
    • Point of care testing, not a simple solution
    • Importance of community partnerships in providing care for the dying in ED
    • Patient flow change management in a more sustainable way
    • Prevent & manage clinical aggression in a children’s hospital ED
    • The challenge of quality and safety in the ED in 2014
    • Interactive Panel Discussion – Improving innovations and initiatives

    DO NOT MISS! Two Post Conference Workshops: Wednesday 30th July 2014

    Workshop A – 9:00am-12:30pm
    Designing a Model of Care for the Paediatric Population - Where to Put the Little People to Keep Them Safe

    Kylie Stark, Nurse Manager ED, Sydney Children’s Hospital; Co – chair, Clinical Advisory Group, ECI NSW

    Workshop B – 1:30pm-5:00pm
    Developing a Comprehensive Model of Care for the Patient who Dies in ED
    Dr Christine Drummond, Senior Palliative Care Consultant, Critical Care Services Project Officer, Lyell McEwin Hospital, Northern Adelaide Local Health Network

    Reverend Jeff May, Ecumenical Coordinating Chaplain, Lyell McEwin Hospital

    Supported By:

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    Tina Karas
    Tina.Karas@informa.com.au
    http://www.healthcareconferences.com.au/healthcare-conferences/healthcare/emergency-department-management?utm_source=E-Launch&utm_medium=Email_Mkg&utm_campaign=P14A16

Monday, 11 August 2014 (All day) - Thursday, 14 August 2014 (All day)

Wednesday, 13 August 2014 (All day) - Friday, 15 August 2014 (All day)

  • Wednesday, 13 August 2014 (All day) - Friday, 15 August 2014 (All day)
    Pullman Hotel, Melbourne, Vic.

    itSMF Australia is delighted to invite you to the 17th National LEADit Conference to be held

    Wednesday 13 to Friday 15 August 2014, with pre-conference workshops on Tuesday 12 August at the Pullman Melbourne Albert Park Hotel. This will be your opportunity to support our volunteer managed and member focussed community of 2000 IT Service Management professionals and reflect your commitment to the Australian ITSM community in the coming year.

    REGISTER NOW to connect to the Service Management Community of 500+ of the most savvy ITSM professionals at the Southern Hemisphere's Largest IT Service Management Conference. Download the registration brochure here!

    LEADit is the largest independent IT Service Management event in Australia and the only ITSM Conference with the success, maturity and profile to attract quality delegates, speakers and sponsors. Managed by members for members of the ITSM peak industry body in Australia, the itSMF LEADit Conference promotes robust discussion, education and debate to collectively support best practice to develop and improve industry services.

    Widely respected throughout the ICT industry, LEADit is the leading opportunity to access over 500 national and international ITSM professionals and trends in this business sector, and increase your profile in Australia.

    The program includes over 50 keynote and breakout sessions, “How-To” Workshops, World Leading Speakers, the C-Suite Executive Forum, a jam packed Social Calendar including the prestigious Industry Awards Gala Dinner and many Networking Opportunities to connect the Service Management Community.

    Sheryl Kingsley
    Email: sheryl.kingsley@itsmf.org.au
    http://leadit2014.itsmf.org.au/

Thursday, 28 August 2014 (All day) - Friday, 29 August 2014 (All day)

  • Thursday, 28 August 2014 (All day) - Friday, 29 August 2014 (All day)
    The Menzies Hotel, Sydney, NSW.

    2014 Highlights

    • Implementing the National Standards - a Guide to prepairing for accreditation
    • Communication in clinical handover
    • Relating surgery time to ABF
    • Perioperative information systems - Why electronic vs paper
    Informa
    Tel : +61 2 9080 4025 Quaoting P14A25
    http://www.informa.com.au/optheatre14

Monday, 8 September 2014 (All day) - Tuesday, 9 September 2014 (All day)

  • Monday, 8 September 2014 (All day) - Tuesday, 9 September 2014 (All day)
    Sydney Harbour Marriott Hotel

    The National Pathology Forum - Investigating developments in pathology assisting the future of Australian Health.

    Register HERE

      Key Topics:
    • How new legislation is affecting pathology
    • Should pathology be at the forefront of clinical service or back of house testing?
    • Genetic testing
    • Point of care testing
    • Quality Assurance and industry regulation
    • KPIs and quality of service

    International Keynote Address from:

    • Dr Ian Barnes, National Clinical Director for Pathology, Dpartment of Health and Lead Pathologist, Leeds Teaching Hospital, UK.

    Speakers include:

    • Ken Barr, Executive Director, SA Pathology
    • Clinical Professor, Dominic Mallon, School of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, The University of Western Australia and Western Australia Department of Health.
    • Dr Glen Edwards, National Medical Director, St. John of God (SJOG) Pathology
    • Len Moaven, Clinical Microbiologist, Laverty Pathology
    • Dr Beverley Rowbotham, Pathologist, Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology
    • Dr Melody Caramins, Head of Genetics, SDS Pathology
    http://www.informa.com.au/pathologyforum/

Wednesday, 17 September 2014 (All day) - Thursday, 18 September 2014 (All day)

  • Wednesday, 17 September 2014 (All day) - Thursday, 18 September 2014 (All day)
    Novotel Sydney Central,169-179 Thomas St, Haymarket NSW 2000,Sydney,2000,Australia

    There are around 200,000 healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) in Australian acute healthcare facilities each year. This makes HAIs the most common complication affecting patients in hospital. Apart from causing unnecessary pain and suffering for patients, these adverse events prolong hospital stays and are costly to the health system.

    Is your organisation complying with Standard 3?

    This conference will provide solutions for healthcare organisations to successfully meet the requirements of Standard 3.

    It will address practical, clinical strategies to aid the prevention of acute healthcare associated infections.

    This conference will address how to:

    • Strengthen accountability at all levels
    • Utilise new technology to aid infection
    • Build awareness through education and training Improve staff health

    URL: http://atnd.it/12561-0

    John Burgher
    john.burgher@criterionconferences.com
    http://atnd.it/12561-0