Workforce Development

Mrs Janelle Roby1, Mrs Rebekah Reurich1, Dr Sue Fitzpatrick1 1Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District, Wollongong, Australia Background:The complex demands of modern healthcare and clinical governance has resulted in increasing demand for effective clinical supervision (CS) for Allied Health professionals (AHP’s). ...
  • April 4, 2019
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Mr Jeremy Lindsay1 1Metro South Hosptial And Health Service, Brisbane, Australia Background: Perceived inconsistent and/or insufficient allied health assistant (AHA) learning and development is commonly reported by allied health professionals (AHP/s) as a barrier to enhanced task delegation to AHAs,...
  • April 4, 2019
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Ms Justine Williams1, Ms Renae Moore1 1Top End Health Services, Casuarina, Australia Introduction: The Allied Health Rural Generalist Pathway is a strategy to build the capacity, value and sustainability of allied health services and multi-disciplinary teams in rural and remote...
  • April 4, 2019
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Ms Kate Vickers1,2, Dr. Nazlee Siddiqui2, Ms Sue  Colley1, Ms Leann Lancaster1 1South Western Sydney Local Health District, Liverpool, Australia, 2The Unviersity of Tasmania, Rozelle, Australia Introduction: Succession planning (SP) is an effective strategy to manage workforce shortages and high...
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Associate Professor Leanne Brown1, Associate Professor Tony Smith2, Dr Luke Wakely1, Mrs Rebecca  Wolfgang1, Mrs Alexandra Little1, Dr Julie Burrows1 1University of Newcastle Department of Rural Health, Tamworth, Australia, 2University of Newcastle Department of Rural Health, Taree, Australia Background: The...
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Mr Kim Nguyen1, Dr Imelda Burgman1, Dr Anne Vertigan1 1Hunter New England Local Health District, New Lambton, Australia Background: Clinical Supervision (CS) is an essential component of clinical governance, and a measure of clinical performance and effectiveness. The research investigated...
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Ms Molly Galea1 1Northern Health, Melbourne, Australia An effective staff education program will maintain a skilled allied health workforce, reduce clinical errors and retain staff. To maintain funding and staff engagement, the allied health program needs to consistently deliver and...
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Mrs Louise Wellington1, Mrs Maree Raymer1, Mr Pat Swete Kelly1 1Metro North Hospital And Health Service, Herston, Australia Background: Advanced musculoskeletal physiotherapy (AMP) roles have demonstrated value and high levels of support in specialist outpatient services but workforce readiness may...
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Dr. Alison Nelson1,2 1The Institute for Urban Indigenous Health, Windsor, Australia, 2The University of Queensland, St Lucia, Australia Background: Developing an effective health workforce in Indigenous health requires an inter-disciplinary, integrated approach across schools, universities and workplaces. It also requires...
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Dr Adrienne Young1, Prof Heather Keller2, Ms Rhiannon Barnes1, Ms Jan Hill3, Dr Merrilyn  Banks1, A/Prof Tracy Comans4, Dr Jack Bell5 1Royal Brisbane And Women’s Hospital, Herston, Australia, 2University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada, 3Princess Alexandra Hospital, Woolloongabba, Australia, 4Metro North...
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