Over two webinar events, Duncan McKellar steps us through the practical application and benefits of embedding psychological safety at the frontline, drawing on his life-changing involvement in culture reform post The Oakden Report. Join us for part 1: Restoring humanity through a psychological safety approach.
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In thinking about clinical governance, we must also consider the range of factors that impact the safety and quality of care - whether intrinsic or extrinsic to the person. This will inform our approach to clinical governance in any given situation. Intrinsic factors might relate to the person themselves, such as a disability; extrinsic factors might relate to some external condition, such as homelessness and other aspects of a person’s social circumstances.
Homelessness is intricately related to poor health outcomes, whether as a matter of cause or effect. Poor health can contribute to homelessness, and homelessness increases the risk of poor health. Sadly, many Australians are homeless.
In this webinar, Michael Gorton explains why organisations cannot just rest with formulating a clinical governance framework. He'll identify roadblocks to filtering clinical governance throughout an organisation and outline steps for implementation success.
Primary and community care are fundamental to population health. They support the community’s physical and mental well-being through their role in health promotion, health literacy and preventative care, as well as in the early intervention and ongoing management of acute and chronic conditions, including end-of-life care
Empowerment through communication; guiding our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities through the pandemic
Dr Hung The Nguyen talks through the challenge of providing accurate health information that is culturally appropriate for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities and how his clinic addressed this challenge.
In Australia, COVID-19 is challenging many aspects of the healthcare system and our frontline practitioners.