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New speakers announced for VHA & ACHG Governance Conference

Posted 15 February 2018

Additional speakers have been confirmed for the 2018 VHA and ACHG Governance Conference: Leading the change.

The Kilmore and District Hospital CEO Sue Race, will discuss the hospital’s governance review and their experience as recipients of the 2017 VHA Annual Award for Innovation in Clinical Governance sponsored by the Australian Centre for Healthcare Governance.

Northeast Health Wangaratta Board Chair Brendan Schutt, will present on Northeast Health Wangaratta’s succession planning and ongoing high level of governance.

Ms Race and Mr Schutt will join Safer Care Victoria CEO, Professor Euan Wallace as speakers at the conference.

A panel disucssion will be facilitated by ACHG Executive Director Jo-Anne Moorfoot and feature Board Chair members from a range of health services, discussing their experience in a new governance landscape.

Further speakers will be announced shortly.

Register now

When: Thursday 19 April | 8.30am – 3pm
Where: The Hall, NAB – 700 Bourke St, Docklands
Cost: One complimentary registration for all VHA voting members or $250 – VHA member | $380 – Non-member.

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