National Events

23 Jul 14

Health Reform and Older People

The health care system needs to evolve if it is to adequately meet the needs of an ageing population. Ensuring clinicians have skills in care of older people, responsive and flexible workforce models, an increased focus on person centred care and models of care that facilitate independence rather than re-enforce dependence are all critical for the future.

This webinar will feature speakers from New Zealand and Victoria, Australia and will provide an insight into the strengths and weaknesses of unitary versus multi-level systems of government and how they influence health policy and practice reform.

Carolyn Gullery will share learnings from the Canterbury District Health Board’s experience of implementing an integrated health care system which was sustainable for the future and focused on a shared vision of a connected system. She will highlight how the Canterbury integrated system succeeded in working through the major earthquakes that struck in 2010/2011.

Associate Professor Peter Hunter will provide an overview of the Victorian Governments Clinical Leadership Group on care of older people in hospital initiative. He will highlight the process involved in the reform process and the successes, gaps and opportunities for the future.

Hear from Leading Experts

Ms Carolyn Gullery
General Manager - Planning, Funding and Decision Support
Canterbury and West Coast District Health Boards, New Zealand

A/Prof Peter Hunter
Head of Aged Care
Alfred Health

Facilitated by: Clin. A/Prof Briony Dow
Director - Health Promotion Division
National Ageing Research Institute

Event Details

To download a flyer and registration form please click here

Event Date & Time: Wednesday, 23 July 2014, 12:00pm - 1:00pm AEST

Event Location: WEBINAR

Your Investment

AAG Members: FREE
NZAG Members: FREE
Non-Members: $20.00

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