The ACHSM Qld Branch invite you to join them for the July breakfast forum, Large-scale events and disasters: How do we prepare and how do we respond? on the 19th of July 2018.
Regional members and those unable to attend the forum in-person are encouraged to register for a webcast link. You still receive 1 CPD point and have the ability to join in during question time via the online chat function. All registrants will also receive an on-demand link of the forum within a few hours of the forum ending.
Dr Jeannette Young FCHSM (Hon), Chief Health Officer, Queensland Health
Trent Dean AFCHSM, Head of Clinical Governance, Royal Flying Doctor Service (QLD)
Date: Thursday 19 July 2018
Time: 7.00am - 8.40am
Rydges South Bank, Cnr Grey & Glenelg Streets
Parking & Transport:
- $2 Early bird parking available at South Bank Parklands (must depart before 9am)*
- $16 Parking available at the Exhibition & Convention Centre*
*Limited availability & prices subject to change without notice
- Walking distance from South Brisbane Train Station & South Bank Busway
6:50am Registrations open
7:15am Plated breakfast
7:30am Welcome & Introduction
7:40am Guest speaker #1
7:55am Guest speaker #2
Attendee price inc GST
ACHSM Non-Member – Standard: $89
ACHSM Member – Standard: $69
ACHSM Student Member: $50
Group ticket (5): $399
1 x Table of 8: $599
1 x Table of 10: $749
2 x Table of 8: $1099
2 x Table of 10: $1299
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Individual members $15.00
Individual non-Members $45.00
Groups fewer than 15 $99.00
Groups greater than 15 $149.00
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About the speakers:
Dr Young has been the Queensland Chief Health Officer since 2005. Previously she worked in a range of positions in Queensland and Sydney. She has specialist qualifications as a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Medical Administrators and as a Fellow by Distinction of the Faculty of Public Health of the Royal College of Physicians of the United Kingdom.
Her role as Chief Health Officer and Deputy Director-General includes responsibility for health disaster planning and response; aero-medical retrieval services; licensing of private hospitals; and policy regarding organ and tissue donation; blood, poisons and medicines; cancer screening; communicable diseases; environmental health; preventive health; and medical workforce planning and leadership.
Trent Dean AFCHSM has a broad background in governance, risk, and compliance in both the not-for-profit and commercial sectors. Applying a ‘servant leadership’ approach, Trent has coordinated and led organisation-wide responses to natural disasters that include the 2010-11 Queensland floods, and Cyclone Yasi / Marcia.
Having previously worked for large organisations such as Mater Health Services, QGC – BG Group (formerly British Gas), and Churches of Christ in Queensland, Trent is now Head of Clinical Governance, for the Royal Flying Doctor Service (Queensland Section). The RFDS is one of the largest and most comprehensive aeromedical organisations in the world, providing extensive primary health care and 24-hour emergency service to people over an area of 7.69 million square kilometres
This presentation covers the following domains and skills form our Master Health Service Management Competency Framework.
To know more about our competency framework, visit: achsm.org.au/myskills
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