Program

Please note: Program is subject to change.

GRADUATE ATTRIBUTES IN AN AGE OF UNCERTAINTY

Thursday 20 October 2022

6.00pm – 7.30pmWelcome reception

Friday 21 October 2022

OpeningACDHS Chair
8.15am – 8.30am>  Welcome
>  Acknowledgement of Country
>  Context for the day
8.30am – 8.50amKeynote: Health service needs and the future workforce: what the pandemic has taught us  
Dr Anne-marie Boxall, Chief Allied Health Officer
8.50am – 9.10amKeynote: Integrating into the curriculum the learning and teaching of work‐ready health professional graduate attributes:  challenges and opportunities
Professor Esther May Executive Dean: UniSA Clinical & Health Sciences
Dean of Clinical Education and Equity
9.10am – 9.30amKeynote: There is always a ‘Day 1’: an industry perspective of what Graduate Qualities are required for a new graduate to be work ready  
Olivia Millgate BAppScOT, Capability Manager, The Rehabilitation Company
9.30am – 9.50 amKeynote: What does the research tell us?  
Professor Andrea Bialocerkowski Director, Micro-credentialing and Professional Development Griffith Health, Griffith University
9.50am – 10.00 amSession wrap and Q&A  
10.00am – 10.30amMorning Tea
10.30am – 11.30amTransition from student to new graduate: are we prepared?  
Perspectives from new graduates Speakers tbc
11.30am – 12.15pmWhat is missing from what we currently do (collectively) to assist new graduates to transition to the workplace?  Table work
12.15pm – 1.15pmLunch
1.15pm – 2.15pmPresentations: Enhancing work readiness and employability through a rural community engagement  
Three Rivers Department of Rural Health, Charles Sturt University Western Australian Centre for Remote Health, Geraldton Marjalin Kimberley Centre for Remote Health, Broome  
2.15pm – 3.00pmRapid Fire Showcase: Innovations in curriculum design
3.00pm – 3.30pmComfort break/refreshments
3.30pm – 4.20pmPanel: Out of the classroom and into the real world. Embedding graduate attributes:  a collaborative approach   
Speakers tbc 
4.20pm – 4.30pmClosing remarks
Summary of highlights and take-forward actions
4.30pmSymposium close