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HDC Conference 2017

HDC is pleased to announce the 2017 HDC Conference:

Consent, Culture and the Consumer Experience

 

The conference will be held at Te Papa Wellington on 13 November 2017.

While all are welcome, the conference is primarily targeted at health and disability services providers and picks up important themes arising from cases and complaints that come before the Health and Disability Commissioner.

The conference theme is 'Consent, culture and the consumer experience' and includes a challenging and engaging line-up of speakers.

Health and Disability Commissioner Anthony Hill will discuss the value of a good culture in health care and a team approach.

Mental Health Commissioner Kevin Allan and a panel of consumers and clinicians will consider current issues in mental health and addiction services.

Gareth Parry, an expert in human centred services, will talk about how important it is to design services with consumers and for their needs. 
Charismatic, intensive care specialist Dr David Galler will talk about focusing on the things that matter. 

Break-out session topics include a discussion about disability service design with Deputy Commissioner Disability, Rose Wall and a panel of clinicians and consumers. 

There will also be presentations on resolving complaints, clinical negligence and the threshold for professional discipline, and the analysis of complaints data, with a focus on patterns and predictions.

 

 

Download the conference programme (PDF 448kb)

Download the conference programme (Docx 34kb)


Registrations close on 3 November 2017.

Download the registration form (PDF 98kb)

Download the registration form (Docx 15kb)

HDC is pleased to announce the 2017 HDC Conference, Consent, Culture and the Consumer Experience
The conference will be held in Wellington on 13 November 2017.
We have a high calibre lineup of speakers for the conference and a mix of interesting and topical workshop sessions. The lineup includes Health and Disability Commissioner Anthony Hill, a panel discussing current issues in mental health and addictions services, and Dr David Galler speaking about Things that matter .
Download the conference programme here - (PDF and doc versions)
Registrations close on 31 October 2017. Register here. (link to registration form)  

 

 

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