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.
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.
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.
Bronwyn Paton, Acting Course Manager from the Agency for Clinical Innovation (ACI), visited HSI Tas last month.
A big thank you to our students who have given feedback that one of the clinical redesign course (M4V) core units ‘Translational Research and Health Service Innovation’ is ‘outstanding’.
Congratulations to the first students to receive the Graduate Certificate in Clinical Redesign through our industry partnership with the New South Wales Agency for Clinical Innovation (ACI).
Tasmanian Health Service and University of Tasmania staff were fortunate to attend an interactive forum on leadership, with specific emphasis on stroke care.
Tasmania’s program of clinical redesign continues to produce positive improvements for our health system and its patients.