National Health Workforce Summit
The inaugural National Health Workforce Summit will be a platform for addressing how we tackle the pertinent workforce challenges across Australia and the changes needed to create a sustainable workforce for the future.
The event will bring together high-level executives from across the healthcare landscape including clinicians from a multitude of health industries, state & federal governments, professional organisations and bodies. As well as allied health and researchers,
This pertinent conversation will focus on the barriers around flexibility, inclusivity, and collaborative workplaces, as well as addressing burnout. Discussing the importance of training pathways and re-credentialing processes to develop a workforce that meets the needs of the community. Sharing insights on how we develop the rural and remote workforce and support the First Nations health workforce. Bringing an opportunity to reflect on the lasting impacts of Covid-19. How can we adapt to new models of care, and emerging technologies, and how we improve retention and engagement in our existing health workforce?
The National Health Workforce Summit will be the most thought-provoking conversation on how we can tackle the key factors determining how the sector attracts and retains staff and underpin true change.
Topics to be addressed include:
- Addressing retention to overcome health workforce shortages
- Addressing and improving the medical and nursing workforce 101
- Utilising the reasons why people are going into general practice today
- How do we best develop the rural health workforce?
- Empowering our workforce
- If we can’t eliminate, how do we manage burnout?
- What does the new legislation mean for health workers & organisations?
- Growing and supporting the First Nations health workforce
- Improving training pathways to create a sustainable workforce
- Addressing the ongoing impact of COVID-19 on the workforce
- Harnessing clinical supervision & reflective practice from the mature workforce
- Addressing the unspoken: discrimination, bullying, and sexual harassment
- Adapting to new models of care
- Managing occupational violence and aggression
- Return to Work: reversing the downward trend
- Best practice in the mentally healthy workplaces
- Opportunities for reform: agile systems, structures, and careers
- Digital Enablement of the health workforce
For more information, contact Informa Connect.