The Hospital in the Home Society Australasia 2017 Conference Organising Committee is pleased to have the following speakers presenting at the 10th Annual Scientific Meeting:

Professor Philip Darbyshire

 

 

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Professor Philip Darbyshire, began nursing nearly 40 years ago. He trained and worked in Intellectual disability and children’s nursing before moving into nursing education and child health research. He gained his Masters degree in Glasgow and his PhD in Edinburgh. He is internationally recognized as a leader in nursing & health care research and service development.

For 13 years he led one of Australia’s most successful practice-based research departments at Women’s & Children’s Hospital in Adelaide, described by the Australian Council on Healthcare Standards as, “an example of excellence in research leadership”. He also pioneered the use of innovative arts and literature approaches to help staff and students develop deeper understandings of care and the Patient Experience. Taking up the late Steve Jobs’ challenge of “Don’t settle”…… Philip waited until the world’s worst global financial crisis in 2008 to leave his secure University Professor post to work with hospitals, health services and universities worldwide as a consultant.

He has helped health and education organisations in Australia, New Zealand, UK, Norway, Ireland and Italy. Philip is also a Professor of Nursing at Monash and Flinders Universities and is a proud ambassador for AWCH (Association for the Wellbeing of Children in Healthcare) For fun, and in a vain attempt to keep in touch with his lost youth, he photographs rock bands.

Adam Creighton, Economics Correspondent, The Australian

 

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Adam Creighton is an award-winning economics journalist with a special interest in tax and financial policy. He spent most of 2016 at the Wall Street Journal in Washington DC. He won the Citi Journalism Award for Excellence in 2015, and was runner up in the internationally recognised Bastiat Prize for Journalism in 2014. He started his career at the Reserve Bank of Australia and studied economics at Oxford, where he was a Commonwealth Scholar. Awards: He was awarded a Citi Journalism Award for Excellence in 2013 and the United Kingdom High Commission’s Business Journalism Placement at the Financial Times.

 

Adam Creighton, Economics Correspondent, The Australian

 

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Adam Creighton is an award-winning economics journalist with a special interest in tax and financial policy. He spent most of 2016 at the Wall Street Journal in Washington DC. He won the Citi Journalism Award for Excellence in 2015, and was runner up in the internationally recognised Bastiat Prize for Journalism in 2014. He started his career at the Reserve Bank of Australia and studied economics at Oxford, where he was a Commonwealth Scholar. Awards: He was awarded a Citi Journalism Award for Excellence in 2013 and the United Kingdom High Commission’s Business Journalism Placement at the Financial Times.

HITH would like to thank the following sponsors & exhibitors

 

When
21 – 23 November 2018

Where

Stamford Plaza Brisbane
Cnr Edward & Margaret Streets
Brisbane QLD 4000

Key Dates

March 2018
Abstract and Poster Submission Open

31 August 2018
Abstract Submission Deadline
Scholarship Applications Close

14 September 2018
Notification of Abstract Acceptance

28 September 2018
Deadline for Early Bird Registration

21 November 2018
Conference Commences

21-23 November 2018
STAMFORD PLAZA, BRISBANE