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The Health Workforce in 2025


7 August 2012

Health professionals and those considering careers in the health sector, need to have an eye on the future. Things are changing. "Best practice" of today will be very different to the "best practice" in 10 or 20 years. What will these changes look like? What skills will health practitioners need How will health professionals interact?

HWA has recently completed a major report, Health Workforce 2025, which provides medium to long-term national workforce planning projections for doctors, nurses and midwives

EVENT DETAILS

16 August 2012

5.30-7pm

New Law 101, Camperdown Campus

Light refreshments 5.30-6pm

Mark Cormack, Chief Executive of Health Workforce Australia, will provide the keynote address followed by a lively panel discussion.

The panel includes:

  • Professor Bruce Robinson, Dean, Sydney Medical School
  • Professor Kathryn Refshauge, Faculty of Health Sciences,
  • Associate Professor Tony Joseph, Senior Staff Specialist in Emergency Medicine and Director of Trauma (Emergency), Royal North Shore Hospital
  • Professor Jill White, Dean, Sydney Nursing School
  • Dr Teresa Anderson, Chief Executive Sydney Local Health District
  • Professor Iqbal Ramzan, Dean Faculty of Pharmacy

For more information, and to register:

http://sydney.edu.au/medicine/future-students/events/health-workforce-2025.php


Contact: Kate Sanday

Phone: 02 9351 2311

Email: 093e11341b221a3c1f34235903261d001601273241552853367b555425051b3d