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Emergency Department Leadership - Prato, Italy 2024

Gear up for Leadership. The Emergency Department Leadership course spans five days, designed to sharpen your leadership skills, transitioning you from a proficient clinician to a remarkable leader. Throughout these five days, attendees will engage in introspective sessions, lectures, collaborative exercises, real-world case studies, and various other enriching activities, all aimed at nurturing their development into holistic, well-connected clinical leaders.

ūüďÖ Monday 6 - Friday 10 May 2024

EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT LEADERSHIP
OVERVIEW

This five-day course offers an exceptional chance to refine your leadership capabilities, propelling you from a distinguished clinician to an outstanding leader. The roles of leadership and management are inherent aspects of a physician’s profession. Even without overt acknowledgment, doctors are frequently at the helm of team management, pioneering service enhancements, offering opportunities for staff growth, and actively participating in the daily operations of their units.

From the emerging stages of their professional journey, physicians play a pivotal role in shaping patient care quality and safety, influencing patient experiences, boosting staff morale, and optimising the efficiency of the workplace.

Dive deeper into refining your expertise and strengthening your confidence in leadership. This encompasses mastering areas such as quality enhancement, effective change management, cultivating a constructive organisational culture, influencing organisational decision-makers, and laying down strong foundations for training and research initiatives.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
  • Emergency Department Directors
  • Emergency Medicine Fellows (Medical)
  • Emergency Medicine Trainees (Medical)
  • Senior hospital administrators in Emergency Medicine
DATES

Monday 6 – Friday 10 May, 2024

LOCATION

Monash University Prato Centre
Prato PO, Italy

Over five-days, participants take part in personal reflections, lectures, group tasks, case studies and other activities to enable their development as well-rounded, well-networked clinical leaders.

Participants will be provided with self-directed online pre-learning activities (approximately 10 hours) in preparation for the program.

The course:

  • Provides an environment to practice leadership techniques and to benefit from the experience of international colleagues.
  • Is enhanced with the inclusion of a tertiary hospital COO on the teaching faculty to provide invaluable insight into hospital administration.
  • Is designed and relevant for participants from all global locations.

 

LEARNING OUTCOMES
  • Becoming an emergency medicine clinical leader
  • Measuring and improving the quality of emergency care
  • Leading people in the emergency department setting
  • Managing change
  • Developing a positive emergency department culture
  • Managing finances and budgets
  • Being accountable and driving performance
  • Managing emergency department projects
  • Managing the emergency care process
  • Establishing robust research and training programs
  • Influencing the organisation and other stakeholders

 

Group Dinners

These optional group dinners are an excellent opportunity to get to know other delegates outside of the course. They are open to delegates attending the Emergency Department Leadership Course and the Trauma Masterclass.

Partners are welcome to attend these events and advance booking is encouraged as places are limited.  Please note: if you are planning to have children in attendance, please contact us to discuss your options.

Monday 6 May 2024
AUD $150.00 per person

Thursday 9 May 2024
AUD $150.00 per person

COURSE FEES

Cost: AUD $3,850.00 +GST
The registration fee includes the 5-day course and daily catering.

GROUP DINNERS (Optional)

Monday 6 May 2024
AUD $150.00 per person

Thursday 9 May 2024
AUD $150.00 per person

Partners are welcome to attend these events and advance booking is essential as places are extremely limited.  Please note: if you are planning to have children in attendance, please contact us to discuss your options.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Cancelled registrations can be transferred to an alternative course or held in credit and used in the next 12 months.

Please note, when you register, you will be agreeing to the following:
  1. Disclaimer: The content of this course is directed at appropriately licensed and trained practitioners. It represents current information about the provision of emergency medical care. It is not intended to replace, and should not be construed as medical advice. Any concerns regarding a medical diagnosis or treatment should not be directed to a medical practitioner.
  2. Course cancellation: In very rare cases, due to clinical demand or other unforeseen, unavoidable reasons, courses may need to be cancelled. In this instance registrants will be advised urgently and will receive a full refund for registration fees.
REFUND POLICY

Substitution
If, after booking an event you are unable to attend, you are welcome to nominate someone else to attend in your place. Please advise substitutions via email so a correct name tag will be available at the registration desk. CPD hours will be allocated to the substitute delegate.

Refunds

  • Cancellation more than 30 days before the event: 70% refund.
  • Cancellation less than 30 days: no refund. A credit will be provided and can be used over 12-months from the date of cancellation.
  • Cancellation must be in writing.

 

A/PROF DE VILLIERS SMIT

De Villiers Smit is an experienced Emergency Physician with a strong interest in clinical research, systems design, quality improvement and patient flow. As Director of Emergency Services at Alfred Health and Director of The Alfred Emergency & Trauma Centre, de Villiers oversees the busiest trauma centre in Australasia and has been instrumental in developing and implementing several care models to improve patient care and experience.

 

 
 
 
 
PROF PETER CAMERON

Peter Cameron is Academic Director of Alfred Health Emergency, and Professor of Emergency, and Precinct Lead of the Alfred-Monash Research and Education Precinct. He is Past President of the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine and the International Federation for Emergency Medicine. He has also just completed his term as the Clinical Lead for the Emergency Clinical Care Network for Victoria.

 

 
 
 
SIMONE ALEXANDER

Simone Alexander has more than 20 years’ experience in the healthcare sector. She was appointed as Alfred Health’s Chief Operating Officer (COO) in August 2018 after acting in the position since November 2017. In 2022 Simone was appointed Deputy Chief Executive Officer in addition to substantive role as COO. Simone is responsible for the management and performance of Alfred Health’s clinical operations.

 

 
 
 
 
DR CARL LUCKOFF

 Carl Luckoff is an Emergency Physician, Deputy Director of Alfred Health Emergency and Senior Lecturer with Monash University. Following his initial training in South Africa, Carl worked in the UK and other overseas remote locations before starting his emergency specialist training in Australia. He has since completed his Global Executive MBA from Monash Business School.

 

 
 
 
JESSICA HOCKING

Jessica Hocking is an educationalist and program/project manager. Having commenced her career in the private sector, she has been working in public health for over 13 years with roles in Australia and the Middle East. Jessica has been instrumental in the design, development and delivery of multiple emergency care projects, programs and services across the globe. Some of her larger-scale projects include the development of multi-year Emergency Medicine Fellowships, design and establishment of a Master of Clinical Emergency Medicine (Monash University), design and leadership of a state-wide education program for Victorian nurses working in urgent (emergency) care (funded by the Victorian Department of Health), and the development of multiple internationally delivered and recognised specialty certificate programs for emergency care clinicians.

ADDRESS

Monash University Prato Centre
Palazzo Vai
Via Pugliesi, 26
59100 Prato (PO)
ITALY

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

The following links will provide more information about the location and the beautiful city of Prato.

Course participants are responsible for arranging their own accommodation and travel.

 

For more information about this course, please contact the Course Coordinator.

Angela Hodges
Alfred Emergency Education
Telephone: 03 9076 8424
Email: etc@alfred.org.au