NSW Management Interns' blog
Posted on 3/24/2017
Gideon Meyerowitz-Katz discusses the nature of Herd Immunity in Australia
Posted on 1/18/2017
Jess Harris reflects on her first-year placement at Justice Health & Forensic Mental Health Network.
Posted on 11/20/2015
Over the first six months of 2015, I was given the opportunity to work with the Research and Evaluation Service (RES) for my first rotation at Justice Health & Forensic Mental Health Network (JH&FMHN). Author: Audrey Lazaris
Posted on 9/29/2015
Follow the daily routine of a 1st year Management Intern in NSW.
Posted on 8/28/2015
Jess Drysdale reviews the PWC event for emerging health leaders, which took place on Thursday 27th August 2015.
Posted on 8/3/2015
I have recently had an opportunity to view some of the ACHSM webcasts. For those who haven’t, there is a comprehensive database available. Author: Ben Ferry
Posted on 7/20/2015
Before applying for the program, I completed my Bachelor in Occupational Therapy, and my separate Masters in Physiotherapy and Health Policy. Author: Jessica Drysdale
Posted on 7/15/2015
NSW Ambulance welcomed Wil Hackworth as an ACHSM Management Intern in 2015.
Posted on 5/27/2015
Excerpts of an interview with Dr Elizabeth West, who is completing her traineeship through the RACMA, including a Masters of Health Management at UNSW.
Posted on 5/6/2015
Edmund Ng analyses ways that the health industry can take inspiration from others to allow further improvement and growth
Posted on 2/3/2015
Audrey Lazaris recounts the NSW HMIP Orienation day
Posted on 12/12/2014
2nd year health management trainee Jacqueline Kozman imparts crucial tips on how to manage stress in the workplace.
Posted on 7/31/2014
Keerthana Urmise, a 2nd year trainee, on the necessary elements for healthy living, both physically and mentally.
Posted on 7/15/2014
Edmund Ng on overcoming the prominent age-related scepticism and criticism of managers in the corporate environment.
Posted on 5/23/2014
When working in the office, there are always moments when I look at the blue sky and ardently wish for liberation from my cubicle. Now that I work at the Long Bay Correctional Complex, I look outside to see inmates walking in circles on the prison ya
Posted on 5/22/2014
In March 2014, I was lucky enough to shadow a leading Anaesthetist for a day in theatres to experience the front line. Author: Michaela Cashman