On the afternoon of Day 1 and all of Day 2, delegates were transported in groups of 30 to four locations.

At the main conference venue they could attend one of the 1.5-hour workshops listed below. 

See also: Slides and video of Key Themes from the Conference Workshops.

Read more: Workshops deliver key insights for editors, admins, and managers (1 Nov)

Effective Clinical Editing and Managing Reviews

This workshop explored best practices for clinical editing, including rapid localisation, standing orders, how to engage subject matter experts, and how to efficiently utilise the technical writing team. It also covered best practices for undertaking scheduled reviews of HealthPathways, including setting up a review schedule and process, utilising Dot for reporting and review tracking, and engaging subject matter experts.

Facilitators:

  • Dr Graham McGeoch, Chief Clinical Editor, HealthPathways Community
  • Dr Denise Nicholson, Senior Clinical Editor, Canterbury Community HeathPathways 
  • Dr Caroline Ansley, Clinical Editor, Canterbury Community HeathPathways 
  • Melissa Taylor, HealthPathways Writing Team Manager, Streamliners

Downloads:

  • Slides (PDF, 1.1MB)
  • Video: Not recorded.
HealthPathways as a vehicle for Education and CPD points

This workshop explored ways to assist end-users of HealthPathways to make best use of its content and functions, to help clinical educators make best use of HealthPathways as a tool to support their education activities, and how to obtain CPD points recognition for HealthPathways involvement and utilisation.

Facilitators:

  • Karlene Ward, Education Facilitator, Canterbury Initiative
  • Ian Anderson, Chief Executive Officer, Streamliners

Downloads:

  • Slides (PDF, 1.1MB)
  • Video: Not recorded.
Evaluating HealthPathways work programmes

This workshop was facilitated by the Evaluation Advisory Group and explored current evaluation methodologies used across the HealthPathways community, recently published research, and recommendations for regions beginning to evaluate the impact of their HealthPathways program.

Facilitators:

  • Professor Frances Quirk, Director of Research, Barwon Health
  • Associate Professor Suzanne Robinson, Health Systems and Health Economics, School of Public Health, Faculty of Health Sciences, Curtin University
  • Dr Sarah Norris, Senior Research Fellow, Menzies Centre for Health Policy, University of SydneyEvaluation Manager, HealthPathways Sydney

Downloads:

eReferral, directories, and other integrations with HealthPathways

This workshop was facilitated by the Technical Integration Advisory Group and explored eReferral, directories, and other integrations with the HealthPathways product suite.

Facilitators:

  • Dr Kieran Holland, Clinical Lead - HealthPathways Design and Strategy, Streamliners
  • Matthew Sinclair, Service Delivery Manager, Streamliners

Downloads: Not recorded.