Master of Clinical Leadership Residential: Clinicians, Consumers and their System

3 September, 6:00pm – 8 September, 2:00pm
Waurn Ponds Estate

Clinicians who want to make a difference to healthcare delivery should consider coming to this residential week.  This intensive residential program is designed to help clinicians develop a greater understanding of patient centred care and how care can be improved.

Event details

The residential is a formal unit within Deakin’s Master of Clinical Leadership program and is also available to students who wish to enrol in a single unit of study.  the program is also available to clinicians who wish to attend a conference as a professional development activity.  If formally enrolled and successful in undertaking the unit,  students will be able to apply for Recognition of Prior Learning if they later decide to undertake formal post graduate study. Clinicians who attend as a conference only will not be able to apply for Recognition of Prior Learning.

What  they will experience in the intensive

  • Participants in this intensive week will live on site at Deakin’s Waurn Ponds Estate.  During the week they will be exposed to industry leaders and patient advocates who will provide deep insights into current approaches to improving patient care and in particular to the context and practice of Patient Centred Care.
  • Participants will also experience the play “Hear Me”,  from the Australian Institute for Patient and Family Centred Care.  The play and subsequent facillitated conversations form a centerpiece of the week
  • Participants will also experience opportunities for collaborating with colleagues and building new networks and insights.

Master of Clinical Leadership Residential: Clinicians, Consumers and their System

Clinicians, Consumers and their System is an intensive residential program that is designed to help clinicians develop a greater understanding of patient focused care and how care can be improved

About Dr Grant Phelps

Grant practiced for over 20 years as a Gastroenterologist and Acute Physician in public and private practice in regional Victoria. He trained in safety and quality with Brent James’ group at Intermountain Healthcare in the US and has held major management and leadership roles at organisational and at jurisdictional level for Victoria.

Grant works as an independent consultant providing advice to hospitals and organisations on clinical leadership and safety and quality, with a focus on clinical engagement and clinical governance. Grant is a board member of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, and is currently President of the Adult Division of the College.   His academic appointment is as Associate Professor of Clinical Leadership with Deakin University Medical School where he runs the Master of Clinical Leadership program.

Key information

Date and time

3 September, 6:00pm – 8 September, 2:00pm

Location

Waurn Ponds Estate
Deakin Geelong,
Nicol Dr S,
Waurn Ponds VIC 3216