The sixth annual Leaders in Healthcare conference, 8-11 November, will feature an online panel session with some of RACMA’s key leaders.
The session, which starts at 9.30pm AEDT on 11 November, will discuss The post Pandemic medical workforce- a new future? Lessons learnt from Australia and New Zealand. Facilitated by RACMA Chief Executive Melanie Saba, the panel includes:
- Dr Helen Parsons CSC
- Professor Erwin Loh
- Professor Alan Sandford AM
- Dr Debbie Holdsworth
Hosted by the UK’s Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management (FMLM) and the BMJ, the theme is Lead the Change: a reset for healthcare, which will explore the healthcare leadership needed for the residual and post-pandemic world. Key topics of discussion include:
- How can we build fairer systems to tackle structural inequalities in healthcare access and outcomes?
- How do we tackle racism in healthcare?
- How can we support the wellbeing and recovery of our health and care workforce post-Covid?
- What does good system leadership look like, and how do we build better integrated care?
- How do we tackle the backlog of non-urgent care that has built up over the course of the pandemic?
The four UK chief medical officers – Professor Chris Whitty, Dr Gregor Smith, Dr Frank Atherton and Sir Michael McBride – will share their reflections on leadership throughout the past 18-months of the Covid-19 pandemic, as well as the challenges still to come.
Explore the four-day programme and register your place for the online event. To support continuous professional development, access to all on-demand and recorded content will be available to registered delegates for a further six months after the event.For more information visit www.leadersinhealthcare.com
Author: Felicity Gallagher
28th October 2021
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