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2021 Conference

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Quality Healthcare through Medical Leadership in a crisis, 11-12 March

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Hear from RACMA Conference Program Committee Chair

The program

The Conference program features an extensive list of Australasia’s most eminent Medical Leaders, including:

> The Secretary of the Australian Department of Health and former Chief Medical Officer for the Australian Government, Dr Brendan Murphy, will provide a keynote presentation on Day One.

> All of Australia’s Chief Health Officers together on one panel reflecting on Leadership and Management during a Pandemic – Dr Kerry Chant (NSW), Dr Hugh Heggie (NT), Dr Jeannette Young (QLD), Prof. Nicola Spurrier (SA), Prof. Tony Lawler (TAS) Prof. Brett Sutton (VIC) and Dr Andrew Robertson (WA).

> Qantas Medical Director Dr Ian Hosegood will lead a panel headlined by Director-General of Health and Chief Executive New Zealand Ministry Of Health, Dr Ashley Bloomfield, and Commissioner Shane Fitzsimmons – head of the new disaster management and recovery agency, Resilience New South Wales, who guided the state-wide response to the 2019/20 bushfires in NSW. The panel will look at Partnerships and Collaborations in the context of Leadership in a Crisis.

> Prof Ruth Stewart – National Rural Health Commissioner for Australia will discuss ways Medical Leaders and Managers can improve the health of remote, rural and regional Australians.

> Dr Jillann Farmer- Deputy Director-General of Clinical Excellence Queensland and former Medical Director to the UN will be part of a panel discussing the Value of Medical Leadership.

For more information, including the full program visit racmaconference.com or email RACMA Conference Co-ordinator Paula Wilkinson – racmaconference@racma.edu.au.


If the timing of the virtual conference does not fit with your schedule, most sessions will be recorded offering registered participants the flexibility to view at a suitable time.

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