How might we think and act differently in the interests of safer, more reliable and sustainable health care?
Featuring speakers from UK, Canada and Australia, including:
> Professor Terry Young (UK), Director of the Cumberland Institute, Professor of Healthcare Systems, Brunel University London
> Professor Michael Carter (Canada), Former Director of the earlier Centre for Research in Healthcare Engineering and is a member of the Nursing Effectiveness, Utilization and Outcomes Research Unit and a mentor in the Health Care, Technology and Place Program at the University of Toronto.
Where: Pullman Adelaide
16 Hindmarsh Square, Adelaide SA 5000
When: 24th and 25th May 2018
This year, the ACHSM (SA) Conference is being conducted jointly with Flinders University and Cumberland.au. Cumberland.au is a group of academics and practitioners who are interested in improving the health system through the application of design thinking, systems thinking and operations research. They are working with the College to bring you an interesting and relevant workshop and conference program that will inspire and challenge you to think differently about health care.
Workshops: Thursday 24 May
Day 1 of the conference will feature 4 workshops where participants will be able to interact with presenters to explore ideas that can be taken back to the workplace.
|| Presented by
| AM. 1
|| Feel the fear and design it anyway
|| Keith Stockman, Monash Health
Don Campbell, Monash Health
Mark Mackay, Flinders University
Tim Evans, Designer
| AM. 2
|| The challenges of service renewal: how to meet your metrics and beat your budget
|| Terry Young, Cumberland Initiative
Michael Carter, Canada
| PM. 3
|| Tools for Thinking: The Art, Science and Joy of Healthcare Modelling
|| Nigel Bean, University of Adelaide
Leonid Churilov, The Florey Institute of Neuroscience & Mental Health
|| How to redesign health systems
|| A/Professor Joachim Sturmberg, Newcastle and Private Practice
Conference Dinner: Thursday 24 May, 6.15pm-10.00pm, Cathedral Room, Adelaide Oval
Following last year’s successful dinner, we return again to the Adelaide Oval for the conference dinner. We are pleased to announce the keynote speaker for the conference dinner will be the Hon Stephen Wade MLC, SA Minister for Health and Wellbeing.
Stephen Wade is a Liberal Party of Australia member of the Legislative Council in the Parliament of South Australia.
After graduating in Law and Economics from the University of Adelaide, he worked as a parliamentary adviser at State and Federal level, including for former Liberal Health Minister, Dr Michael Armitage.
He went on to work in corporate governance and on a range of Boards, and was made a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Stephen has a long-term commitment to social inclusion, in particular people living with disability. He served as Chair of Julia Farr Services Inc (2003-2006), then the largest disability service provider in South Australia.
For a number of years, he has hosted the Red Cross parliamentary seminar on “Even Wars have Laws” and is a long term member of Amnesty International.
Stephen was appointed to the Legislative Council in May 2006, and has served as a Shadow Minister since April 2007. He is currently Minister for Health and Wellbeing, covering health, ageing, mental health, substance abuse and suicide prevention.
Stephen and his wife live in the house of two cats – Lily and Hodge - in the Adelaide Hills. He enjoys travel and bushwalking.
Conference Program: Friday 25 May
Day 2 of the conference will feature more traditional sessions where participants will hear from leaders in the field about how they are thinking and acting differently in the interests of safer, more reliable and sustainable health care.
|| Session Information
|| Ms Roslyn Chataway AFCHSM Acting ACHSM SA President
|| Formal opening
|| The Honourable Hieu Van Le AC, Governor of South Australia
|| Professor Terry Young - UK
|| Keynote presentation
|| Morning tea & networking
||Ms Narelle Hinkely & Mr Keith Stockman, Monash Health
|| Monash Watch - a design odyssey
||Mr Peter Boden & Mr Ian Gibson, Predictive Simulation Analytics
|| Capital Works or Service Redesign - How to reduce your risk of getting it wrong!
||Ms Hannah Johns, Ms Venehsa Rethnam, Ms Julie Bernhardt, The Florey Institute
|| Yes, we need all three: combining Smart Date, Stasticial Modelling and Principled visualisation to understand patient progression in stoke rehabilitation
|| Lunch and networking
|| Professor Mike Carter, Canada
|| Keynote Presentation: Key challenges of implementing modelling in healthcare
|| Mr David Burns
|| Might health have a blind spot when it comes to organisational design?
|| Mr Tim Evans & Professor Don Campbell
|| Is design safe to play with?
|| Afternoon tea & networking
|| A/Professor Joachim Sturmberg
|| What makes us ill? How network physiology integrates the social and biological determinants of health - implications for health service design
||Professor Nigel Bean, Professor Mark Mackay and Professor Robert Adams, University of Adelaide & Flinders University
|| Let's begin a conversation - getting service change initiated through visualisation
||Professor Malcolm Pradhan
|| A quiet revolution - How AI is changing operational and clinical efficiency and safety
||Ms Roslyn Chataway AFCHSM Acting ACHSM SA President
|| Conference Wrap up
|| Post conference drinks to 6.30pm
We will round of the conference with a session to network, share some drinks and enjoy the view of the Adelaide surrounds.
Attendee fees – there are a number of options available for registration.
Read our refund policy
| Attendee Fee
|| ACHSM Members
| Full registration (including dinner) standard
| Student conference and workshop registration
| Thursday only (including dinner)
| Friday only
| Dinner only
This workshop covers the following domains and skills from our competency framework.
To know more about our competency framework, visit: achsm.org.au/myskills
Erica Jones, ACHSM National PD & Events Coordinator
02 8753 5124 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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