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Study tour to provide knowledge building opportunities

Posted 01 August 2018

Registrations are now being taken for the 2018 VHA USA and Canada Study Tour, departing Melbourne on 28 September and returning 13 October.

Tom Symondson, VHA Chief Executive Officer, will lead the tour of world renowned hospital and community health service facilities across North America including Boston, Toronto, Salt Lake City and San Francisco.

'There's much to learn from the healthcare system in North America and visiting facilities such as the Dana-Farber Cancer Insittute, Boston Children's Hospital and Kaiser-Permanente Hospital San Francisco, providing participants with valuable opportunities for building knowledge and applying this knowledge in an Australian context,' Mr Symondson said.

Click here for the itinerary.

The tour is open to VHA members and non-members from the health care sector (surcharge applies).

Prices: Economy $15,000 or business class: $22,500. Inclusions: Flights, accommodation and ground transfers in US and Canada.

For more information and to register your interest contact Director of Member Services and Strategic Partnerships Melanie Fuller on 03 9094 7777.


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