REFORM – INNOVATE – ACHIEVE
The 14th National Allied Health Conference, to be held ONLINE for the first time, will give us the opportunity to explore and discuss the many factors that contribute to the overall success of Allied Health in Australia. There will be an exciting program of speakers, workshops, virtual exhibitors and lots of networking opportunities.
2020 has been a year of unprecedented change and challenges in all aspects of everyone’s lives. Among the changes, the 2021 National conference, initially planned to be held in Perth, has been reimagined into an online format. In lieu of a face to face conference, NAHC will be delivered through an engaging online platform enhancing access to all Allied Health workers across Australia.
The online format allows unlimited attendee numbers and a much higher capacity for presenters to participate in the program. In addition, the virtual format allows sessions to be easily recorded for on-demand viewing post-conference, so attendees can revisit missed presentations at their leisure and in the comfort of their own home or office. The live conference days will be held on Tuesday 10th to Thursday 12th August, with pre-conference workshops available to book on Monday 9th.
The organising committee is working tirelessly to produce an engaging and memorable program which will showcase current concerns and developments in Allied Health. We are amidst challenging yet exciting times as the move to an online format will present us with the opportunity to engage with an unlimited audience and expand the overall reach of the conference. The Organising Committee look forward to presenting the 2021 Conference which will explore the current and emerging issues that will shape the future for Allied Health.
NAHC 2021 Organising Committee
GOLD & KEYNOTE SPEAKER SPONSOR
RESOURCE GALLERY SPONSOR
MEETING HUB SPONSOR
The National Allied Health Conferences are supported by the following organisations. The Organising Committee are grateful for the ongoing participation from these important partners.