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.
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’.
HSI Tas recently delivered another three very successful one-day clinical redesign workshops across Tasmania.
Congratulations to HSI Tas PhD student, Nelle Seccombe, who has been accepted for the 15th annual meeting of the Quality Improvement Research Network in Denmark.
HSI Tas personnel attended the 2016 Australian Higher Education Summit to learn about innovative learning methods and future best practice for higher education.
Health Services Innovation Tasmania has delivered the 1 day Introduction to Clinical Redesign workshop to 729 participants, state-wide over the last two years.
Jolene May and Trish Filby took their learnings from the HSI Tasmania Applied Clinical Redesign Course to improve utilisation of Allied Health Assistants (AHAs) within RHH Medical Services.