Tue27Feb20189:00 amCrowne Plaza Canberra, 1 Binara Street, Canberra ACT
Tue29May2018Crowne Plaza Canberra, 1 Binara Street, Canberra ACT
Wed17Oct2018Canberra - Venue TBC
Tue25Feb2020UniSA, City West Campus
The day will focus on developing the 2020 Strategic Action Plan as well as presentations on the collaborative ifarmwell initiative; Optimising Quality Allied Health Service Provision in NDIS Business Contexts; and, an update from the Chair, Australian Allied Health Leadership Forum.
Fri28Feb20209:30 amUniversity of Canberra, Bruce ACT (at the University Hospital)
The aim of the event is to inform, develop and promote practical action to increase the size and sustainability of rural and remote allied health practice, in the private and community sectors (including where practitioners work between and across sectors).
Invitees include Ministers and/or their representatives; senior officials and policy makers; rural practitioners; major service organisations/employers/service commissioners; allied health educators/universities; members of the Australian Allied Health Leadership Forum (AAHLF) and members of the SARRAH Board. We will be bringing 30-40 key stakeholders together to advance this agenda and promote coordinated and effective action.
DATE – Friday, 28 February 2020
TIME – Full Day Event – Indicative Time 9:30am – 4pm
VENUE – University of Canberra, Bruce ACT (at the University Hospital)
Along with the Executive Officer, we have an opportunity for an additional ACDHS delegate. Please contact the secretariat no later than midday Monday 24 February if you would like to attend. The delegate will need to fund their attendance.
The Australian Allied Health Leadership Forum (AAHLF) is leading a strategy to develop a national approach to communication/messaging/engagement related to Allied Health to support broader workforce advocacy. Within the context of
- allied health’s voice is not influential enough;
- allied health as a modality is not deeply enough embedded in the system; and,
- the value of allied health practitioners is not consistently understood by the community
an externally facilitated workshop will be held in Melbourne on Tuesday 24 March, 8.30-12 noon. As a member of AAHLF we have 3 places available for members who would like to attend. Please respond to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested. Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
Fri21Oct2022SMC Conference & Function Centre, Sydney, NSW
The Australian Council of Deans of Health Sciences Symposium
Thank you for your interest in the Australian Council of Deans of Health Sciences Symposium, to be held on Friday 21 October 2022 at the SMC Conference & Function Centre, Sydney, NSW.
The Council is in a unique position in 2022 whereby we have elected to cover the cost of those who are eligible to attend.
Places are strictly limited, and complimentary registration will only be granted to those applicants who work in the domain of allied health science and have been carefully selected by the council.
Please read the following information carefully before applying –
As a part of our commitment to strengthen the education and training of allied health practitioners in Australia to meet the needs of their communities, we have elected that the 2022 Australian Council of Deans of Health Sciences Symposium will be complimentary to those who have been invited by council members or carefully selected through the application process.
However, it is vital that as a symposium attendee you support our mission to strengthen the education and training of allied health practitioners in Australia. To that affect, we are looking for applicants who are primarily:
- from academia
- employers of allied health professionals
- student placement providers
- professional regulators.
While we make every effort to ensure that material on this website is accurate and up to date, such material does not constitute provision of professional advice. The Australian Council of Deans of Health Sciences Limited (ACDHS) does not guarantee, and accepts no legal liability whatsoever arising from or connected to, the accuracy, reliability, currency, or completeness of any material contained in this website or any linked site. Users should seek appropriate independent professional advice prior to relying on, or entering into any commitment based on materials published on this website.