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Governance leader to present at aged care forum

Posted 15 March 2018

Australian Centre for Healthcare Governance Executive Director Jo-Anne Moorfoot is presenting at the VHA Forum: The aged care revolution next week.

Ms Moorfoot has had extensive experience in the health sector, commencing her career as an allied health clinician working in rural and metro settings in acute, subacute and community health.

She was the Director of Quality and Risk at two of Melbourne’s largest metropolitan health services and during this time developed her expertise in risk management, clinical governance and effective consumer engagement.

Ms Moorfoot will present a brief overview of the 2017 Safer Care Victoria Clinical Governance Framework and facilitate an interactive workshop stepping through scenarios exploring how the framework applies to the aged care setting.

Date:
Wednesday 21 March | 9.30am-3.10pm

Register now | Click here for program

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