Working together to improve Tasmanian healthcare delivery

HSI Tas to present at 2017 Public Health Forum

Congratulations to HSI Tas Lecturer Dr Pieter Van Dam who has been accepted as a presenter at the 2017 Public Health Teaching and Learning Forum.

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Second Cohort of Clinical Redesign Graduates

Congratulations to our second cohort of students who received their Graduate Certificate in Clinical Redesign through our industry partnership with the New South Wales Agency for Clinical Innovation.

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Evaluating Interventions Workshop a Great Success

University and health system personnel from across Tasmania benefitted from a two-day Evaluating Interventions, Services or Improvements workshop delivered by distinguished guest, Professor John Ovretveit.

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Clinical Redesign online and flexible

Our high quality, industry facing education programs are helping to empower health professionals across Australia, with the knowledge and practical skills to lead change, drive improvement, and start to shift workplace cultures for the better.

Our Clinical Redesign programs are designed for busy health professionals. We offer part-time and online study options, and we provide several pathways for career progression, tailored to your needs. Ask us about our Commonwealth Supported Places – you may be eligible.

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    HSI Tasmania works with the State's health providers to improve the quality and efficiency of the Tasmanian hospital system through Clinical Redesign. Clinical Redesign is a widely accepted, evidence-based approach to analysing and enhancing the quality, safety and effectiveness of acute health care.

    It benefits patients by providing more timely care, and a better health care experience. It provides greater satisfaction for health care professionals, and delivers a more efficient use of clinical resources, helping to manage the growing costs of health care provision.

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