Learning Activity Registration and Requirements

To register, please complete the Pre-conference Activity by no later than Tuesday 8 May. 
This will also allow us time to collate the questionnaire results ahead of the conference workshop.

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Pre-conference Activity

1. Read the following articles.

2. Download and complete the Predisposing Activity Questionnaire, and email it to mbyrnes@hneccphn.com.au

3. Complete the anonymous Self-reflection Questionnaire. The results of this will be discussed in the Clinical Editors as Clinical Leaders workshop

Please complete the Pre-conference Activity by no later than Tuesday 8 May.

Conference Sessions

You will need to attend six (6) hours of conference sessions identified as relevant to clinician leadership. Your attendance will be recorded at the door of each selected session by a conference volunteer. 

Three-day programme

Most sessions at this year's conference focus on collaboration - see the Conference Handbook. Clinical editors attending those sessions will recognise leadership capabilities in collaborating across healthcare sectors to achieve integrated healthcare and identify opportunities to apply those skills in their health region.

Day 1 only programme

If you wish to complete these requirements on the first day of the conference (Monday 14 May), you will need to attend:

All of:

  • Setting the Scene: Collaborating Globally for Local Impact 
  • Keynote Address - Catching Dragonflies – Changing Lives by Improving Ear Health
  • Plenary – Community Collaboration Stories 
  • A2. Clinical Editors as Clinical Leaders 

And at least one (1) of:

  • A1. The Nuts and Bolts of Localising a Pathway 
  • D1. Using Co-commissioning to deliver Integrated Care
  • B1. Building Successful Engagement in HealthPathways 
Day 2 only programme

If you wish to complete these requirements on the second day of the conference (Tuesday 15 May), we recommend you attend:

Both of:

  • A2. Clinical Editors as Clinical Leaders
  • A3. Bringing HealthPathways Education Sessions to Life

And either:

  • F1. Outpatient Redesign: It’s harder than it looks but HealthPathways helps and F2. Driving HealthPathways to transform the system and to deliver evidence into practice. 

Or at least two of:

  • A1. The Nuts and Bolts of Localising a Pathway
  • B1. Building Successful Engagement in HealthPathways 
  • D1. Using Co-commissioning to deliver Integrated Care

See the Conference Programme for session times.

Post-Conference Activity

  1. View the webinar "Juggling Work, Life and Leadership" (60 minutes) kindly provided by the UK Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management and leave a feedback comment on the Clinical Editor Discussion Forum. 
  2. Consider one of your pathway projects and complete some short answer questions*, looking at the work in context of application of leadership skills to bring about a change in patient care.  

*A link to the webinar, short answer questions, and other resources will be made available following the conference.

Accreditation
  • ACRRM accredited for 30 PRPD points
  • RACGP accredited for 40 Cat 1 points 
  • RNZCGP endorsement pending for CME points: 1 point per learning hour
  • RCGP application will be made if UK clinical editors are interested

For those clinical editors who choose to attend the conference but not complete the learning module, an application has been made to RACGP for Cat 2 points and ACRRM for CME points.

Learning Outcomes

Knowledge-based outcomes

You will be able to:

  • Define leadership in terms of a framework of competencies.
  • Describe leadership in the context of the clinician and the current evolution towards an integrated health system
  • List personal impediments to engaging in leadership activity

Skills-based outcomes

You will be able to:

  • Demonstrate leadership capabilities whilst working within and across teams
  • Confidently collaborate with specialist subject matter experts.
  • Apply a workload management system to personal organisation.
  • Recognise and apply leadership skills in a project resulting in an improvement in patient care.