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The Health & Aged Care Blended Learning Conference 2014

Developing Flexible Learning Strategies to Improve Workforce Competence in Delivering High Quality Patient Care

 
PRLog - May 7, 2014 - SYDNEY, Australia -- Developing Flexible Learning Strategies to Improve Workforce Competence in Delivering High Quality Patient Care

Liquid Learning is delighted to present the inaugural Health and Aged Care Blended Learning

Conference 2014, a unique opportunity to learn from thought leaders and accomplished experts

exploring cutting edge content, strategy and delivery strategies to boost educational outcomes in

the Health and Aged Care sector.

EXPLORE

 Developing flexible learning programs to reach a geographically dispersed mobile workforce

 Innovative approaches to use online technology as an efficient learning and compliance tool

 The proven effectiveness of Blended Learning programs

 Overcoming barriers and matching content and delivery mechanisms to the needs of diverse

audiences

FEATURED SPEAKERS

 Associate Professor Paul M. Middleton Discipline of Emergency Medicine

University of Sydney

RGN MBBS Dipl MCRCS(Ed) MD MMed (Clin Epi) FRCS (Eng) FACAP FCEM FACEM

Chair

Australian Resuscitation Council NSW

Managing Director

Australian Institute for Clinical Learning

 Professor Lesleyanne Hawthorne Centre for Health Policy Melbourne School of Population

and Global Health University of Melbourne

 Charles Davison Manager, Aboriginal Workforce, Workforce Planning and Development

New South Wales Ministry of Health

 Sue Hendy Director, Nursing and Midwifery Portfolio

Health Education and Training Institute (HETI)

 Michelle Kelly Senior Lecturer and Director, Simulation and Technologies, Faculty of Health

University of Technology, Sydney

 Dr John Mackenzie MBChB, Dip MSM, FACEM Emergency Physician

Prince of Wales Hospital

 Gina Veliotis eLearning Co-ordinator

San Education, Adventist Healthcare

 Amanda Loh Learning and Development Manager

Southern Cross Care Victoria

 Marianne Hunter Director, Organisational Development

Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne

 Gay Woodhouse Manager, Learning and Development

Southern New South Wales Local Health District

 Mia Jones Learning and Development Manager

Calvary Health Care Sydney

 Dr Eamon Merrick BHSc MHSM RN PhD Lecturer, Acute Care

Sydney Nursing School, The University of Sydney

 Dr Catherine Hungerford RN, NP, PhD, FACMHN Associate Professor of Nursing, Faculty of

Health

University of Canberra

 Marie Alford Head of Operations, The Dementia Centre

HammondCare

 Ellie McCann Manager, Education and Training Services

Western Sydney Local Health District

ABOUT THE EVENT

The notion of blended learning comprises a variety of activities that include observation,

experimentation, interaction and reflection. A continuously evolving field, learning and training

practitioners are continuously searching for new ways to improve their training programs – aiming

for maximum staff engagement and clear results, displayed through enhanced team performance.

The inaugural Health and Aged Care Blended Learning Conference 2014 will showcase a range of

experienced professionals in the field, presenting stimulating case studies of educational design

solutions and technology supported delivery. At this interactive event, delegates will have the

opportunity to hear the latest thinking and experiences of leading Health and Aged Care Providers to

enhance learning and professional education outcomes for higher quality, safer care.

A national speaker faculty comprised of Learning and Development professionals, Doctors, Nurses

and Government representatives will discuss future skilling priorities in interactive panels to provide

an overarching view on future demands. Thought leaders will discuss the paradigm shifting impact of

smart phones, tablets and computers as teaching tools, present new solutions to knowledge

transfer, as well as providing time and cost saving strategies to increase retention levels and

cognitive performance. Register now to reserve your place at this premier event!

For more information contact Liquid Learning on:

P 02 8239 9700

F 02 8239 9777

Contact
Ben Hitchcock
61 2 8239 9700
marketing@liquidlearning.com.au

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