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#CroakeyLIVE discussion on the #ScopeofPractice Review

25/06/2024 5:00 pm
25/06/2024 6:00 pm

#CroakeyLIVE discussion on the #ScopeofPractice Review

Tuesday 25 June 2024 | Online

Join this #CroakeyLIVE webinar on the Australian Government’s Independent Scope of Practice Review, ‘Unleashing the Potential of our Health Workforce’, which examines the barriers and incentives health practitioners face working to their full scope of practice in primary care.

Why does this review matter, and whose voices need to be heard in this important policy debate?


Professor Mark Cormack, who is leading the review, works at the Australian National University College of Health and Medicine, and established the ANU’s National Centre for Health Workforce Studies. This academic appointment follows a long career of senior roles in Commonwealth, state and ACT government, including CEO of Health Workforce Australia, CEO of ACT Health and Deputy Secretary at three Australian Government Departments.

Carolyn Heyes is the President of the Australian Society of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy and a Trustee and Treasurer for the Nicholas Outterside Trust. Carolyn has previously been a member of the Medical Imaging Advisory 1 Panel and in Victoria, a member of the Continuing Education Committee and the Professional Accreditation and Education Committee. Carolyn is keen to advance the profession and has a special interest in orthopaedic imaging, decreasing patient dose and increasing patient care. Carolyn is currently following her passion as Paediatric Radiographer at The Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne, and lecturing at RMIT.

Antony Nicholas is the current Chair of Allied Health Professions Australia, the Chief Executive of Osteopathy Australia and an appointee on the Strengthening Medicare Taskforce. Antony studied Biological Sciences at Curtin University of Technology in WA, with further post graduate studies in Education and Natural Resource Management. He has a diverse career background in health, health promotion, health-consumer rights, education and dispute resolution, mainly within the not-for-profit sector.

Professor Stephen Duckett has held senior healthcare leadership positions in Australia and Canada, with a reputation for creativity, evidence-based innovation and reform in areas as diverse as hospital funding (introduction of activity-based funding for hospitals) and quality (new systems of measurement and accountability for safety of hospital care). He is an Honorary Enterprise Professor in the School of Population and Global Health and in the Department of General Practice at the University of Melbourne, Australia. An economist, he is a Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, and of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences. He was made a Member of the Order of Australia in January 2023 for significant service to public health policy and management, and to tertiary education.

25/06/2024 5:00 pm
Location: Online
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