Primary Care Response in Residential Aged Care during COVID-19: Session 4

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Please join our key speakers to discuss how we can create a collaborative safety culture by encouraging leadership at all levels in RACF's.

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Ensuring quality clinical care starts with excellent leadership. Never has leadership been more essential than in dealing with the rapidly evolving situations created by COVID-19. For RACF’s and the General Practitioners that work with them, the challenges and pressure have been unprecedented.

In this session we talk more about leadership in general and in times of rapid change. We discuss how we can create a collaborative safety culture by encouraging leadership at all levels and supporting our staff to respectfully speak up when challenges and problems with care arise. This session will be delivered by key leaders in the field:

FACILITATOR: Dr James Wolstenholme (General Practitioner, Mingara Medical)

SPEAKER: Lynne Bickerstaff (District Director of Nursing and Midwifery, CCLHD and former Victorian RACF facility manager). Over the last 20 years Lynne has worked in senior Nursing/Executive leadership roles across New South Wales, ACT and Victoria. In her current role she provides executive leadership to the nursing and midwifery professions across the Central Coast LHD, ensuring that staff provide safe and quality care to our patients and community.

SPEAKER: Michael Fahy, (Nurse Manager, Clinical Practice & Leadership | Nursing & Midwifery Services, HNELHD). Michael’s role supports and manages strategic and local health district priorities by working closely with managers and clinicians to improve patient and carer experience when accessing HNE Health services.

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