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AICG's events calendar has been designed to keep you up-to-date with clinical governance best practices from those in the know.

Members will enjoy free registration to all of our small-format events and gain access to exclusive member-only webinars. Non-members can register for publicly available events at the advertised rate to hear from expert speakers in clinical governance across a range of health and care sectors. If you would like to register a group, please email membership@aicg.edu.au

Upcoming events

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25Jul2024

A conversation about clinical governance, the bedside to the boardroom

Join us for an engaging webinar with Liza Houghton, where we will explore how leaders can enhance their clinical governance skills. Liza, whose career journey has taken her from clinical nurse to non-executive Director and founder of her own consultancy, will share her invaluable insights and experiences. Gain practical advice and learn strategies to strengthen clinical governance within your organisation from someone who has successfully navigated this path. Don't miss this opportunity to learn from an expert in the field.

25 July 2024 @ 11:00 AEST
Members: FREE
Non-members: FREE
Online event
23Aug2024

Using benchmark data to drive improvement in everyday practice

What is the role of benchmarking data in good clinical governance? In this webinar, we will discuss the role of risk adjusted benchmarking and how it works, examples of where data has been used to improve clinical governance, how to make data accessible to clinicians and evidence to make the case for improvement.

23 August 2024 @ 11:00 AEST
Members: FREE
Non-members: FREE
Online event
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Short notice assessments - How to survive the jump from healthcare's burning platform

The 'burning platform' metaphor aligns nicely to describe the introduction of short-notice assessments; the implementation of which constitutes a very different focus to standard practice that can’t be resolved by doing “more of the same”.

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