2 years ago

When:
16 August, 2016

Location:
Old Geology Building, Theatre 2

Organised by:
Interprofessional Education and Practice Health Students Network


IPEP HSN are thrilled to announce the second installment of our 2016 Seminar Series!
**This event is FREE with FREE PIZZA!!**

Interprofessional education and practice is currently huge on the healthcare agenda. With the healthcare environment predicted to shift towards even more of an interdisciplinary approach, it’s never too early to hear from those in the know on how things are looking, how they’re predicted to change, and how students and healthcare professionals of all disciplines will be working together in our shared vision for optimal patient care.

From the Department of Health and Human Services, we are lucky to have a joint presentation from:
• Ms Michelle Kotsis, Manager of the Allied Health Workforce;
• Mr Tony McGillion, A/Manager of the Nursing and Midwifery Workforce; and
• Ms Barbara Whyte, A/Manager of the Medical Workforce.

They will be presenting their thoughts on the changing healthcare environment, and how an interdisciplinary approach can be optimally incorporated into the workplace.

**With graduation coming up for many of you this year, and application deadlines looming, what better time to receive tips on putting all this into practice?!**

Mr McGillion has published papers on Interprofessional Education, specifically regarding the beneficial outcome of interprofessional education between medical and nursing students, great to be able to hear evidence that it works!

Date: Tuesday 16th August
Time: 5:30pm for pizza and drinks, presentation 6-7pm
Location: Theatre 2, Old Geology Building

See you there!