September 30 @ 2pm to 3pm SA, NT | 2.30pm to 3.30pm VIC, NSW, ACT, TAS, QLD | 12.30pm to 1.30pm WA
|AUDIENCE:||Managers and Executives|
|PRESENTER:||Dr Melanie Tan|
|LOCATION:||Online – Zoom|
In this session, Dr Melanie Tan will illustrate the concept of clinical governance, and how it should apply in home care – even if clinical care is not provided.
She will also explain how aspects of aged care regulation (relating to home care) relate to clinical governance – and how good clinical governance can support compliance.
By the end of the workshop participants will understand:
- What clinical governance means in “real life”
- Essential components of clinical governance
- Why good clinical governance can support compliance
- How clinical governance translates to the workforce
- How to improve the consumer experience through good clinical governance
About the presenter:
Dr Melanie Tan is a Clinical Governance and Medico-Legal Consultant. With diverse experiences as a medical practitioner (in acute care) and lawyer (in aged care, health and medical negligence), Melanie offers a unique and well-rounded perspective to contemporary clinical governance. Melanie also has an interest in how digital health can support clinical governance and vice versa (considered through a clinical, consumer and medico-legal lens) and is available to assist providers to implement digital systems from this perspective.
“Declaration of conflicting interest: Dr Melanie Tan works with the Australasian Institute of Clinical Governance (AICG) and receives fees from the AICG under a contractual arrangement to contribute written content and articles of interest (including blogs and directed content). Melanie is also a Graduate of the AICG Certificate in Clinical Governance for Patient Safety and Quality Care (AICGG).”
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