Webinar: The Future Landscape: Expertise for Changing Times

Topic
Keynote Speakers from 2020 National Conference
Start Date
29 October 2020
End Date
29 October 2020
Start Time
3:00pm AEDT
End Time
4:00pm AEDT
Venue
Teleconference - joining details emailed separately
Max. Attendees
125
Who Can Register?
Anyone

Free online webinar featuring speakers originally scheduled for this year's Conference


5:00pm New Zealand | 3:00pm NSW, VIC, TAS | 2:00pm QLD | 2:30pm SA | 12:00pm (midday) WA

The IHHC National Conference scheduled to be held in Perth this year was postponed due to COVID-19 and current travel restrictions. Keynote speakers that were already arranged are going to present to an online session about interesting topics that we will all learn something from.

 

Presentation 1: All About Allergens for Hospitals

Co-presented by Sandra Vale, National Allergy Strategy Manager, National Allergy Strategy and Ingrid Roche, Senior Dietitian, Perth Children’s Hospital

Everyone has a role to play when it comes to Food allergen management in hospitals - from kitchen managers and staff to ward managers, nurses and ward support staff, as well as those involved in governance within the hospital. In this session, we will discuss key issues in food allergen management in hospitals and showcase the new resources developed by the National Allergy Strategy to help educate and support hospital staff and improve food allergen management.

   

 

Presentation 2: The Built Environment

Presented by Hayden York, Managing Director at Health Building Systems Australia

Hayden has conducted over 2000 Commercial & Acute Health and Aged Care building inspections across Australia. Hayden has a lot of experience and inside information about the buildings we all work in. You will not want to miss out on hearing about hidden dangers in our air duct systems and expert advice for maintaining your hard & soft floors.

 

Please Note: While this event is free to attend, space is limited on a first come, first served basis. We encourage people where possible to only make one (1) registration per site or facility and to watch the presentation together (observing social distancing requirements). We encourage you to only register if you are able to attend on the day, so that everyone who wants to attend is able to.

Registrations will close at 5pm AEST on Monday 26th October. A recording of the presentation will be made available on our website within 5 days of the event.

How to join the teleconference: If you register for the event, the details for how to join the teleconference will be emailed to you prior to the event.