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2012 WFMM Forum Presentation Transcripts

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Medical Leadership in health systems reform - Dr Richard Ashby Medical Leadership in health systems reform - Dr Richard Ashby

Dr Richard Ashby is the Executive Director and Director Medical Services at the Princess Alexandra Hospital. Dr Ashby is a University of Queensland graduate who undertook his Internship at the Princess Alexandra Hospital and subsequently worked in provincial and rural centres and at the QEII Hospital.

Medical Leadership in health systems reform - Dr Gaetan Tardif Medical Leadership in health systems reform - Dr Gaetan Tardif

Dr Gaétan Tardif is an academic physiatrist and health care executive with leadership experience in hospital and professional organizations. He is Medical Program Director - Rehabilitation & Post-Acute Care at the University Health Network and a Professor in the Department of Medicine and Director, Division of Physiatry, at the University of Toronto.

Medical Leadership in health systems reform - Dr Fung Hong Medical Leadership in health systems reform - Dr Fung Hong

Dr Hong FUNG is the Cluster Chief Executive of the New Territories East Cluster at the Hospital Authority. He is responsible for managing 7 public hospitals in the New Territories East Region with over 4,600 beds and 9,500 staff. He is also the Hospital Chief Executive of the Prince of Wales Hospital, the teaching hospital of the Faculty of Medicine of the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Reforming health systems: Developing equity in health services - Dr Zeev Aharonson Reforming health systems: Developing equity in health services - Dr Zeev Aharonson

Dr Zeev Aharonson is a Specialist in Orthopedic Surgery. Trained at Sheba Medical Center‏, Ramat Gan, Israel, Dr Aharonson experienced four years in Children Rehabilitation Treatment. Two years at Levinstein Hospital, Ra’anana, Israel and two years as the Physician In-Charge of the Adolescence ward at Hugh Macmillan Medical Center, Toronto, Canada.

Emerging technologies: implications for medical leaders - Professor Brendon Kearney Emerging technologies: implications for medical leaders - Professor Brendon Kearney

Professor Brendon Kearney has had an illustrious career with a list of achievements in the health services field that began as a junior hospital doctor in 1969, then advancing to senior managerial health positions. His dedication has seen him directly contributing to the development and improvement of the Australian healthcare system, proposing recommendations for change, developing state wide frameworks and displaying immense dedication to serving the Australian and in particular South Australian community.

Nationwide Reform to improve access to transplants for all Australians - Dr Sally Tideman  Nationwide Reform to improve access to transplants for all Australians - Dr Sally Tideman

Dr Sally Tideman is the South Australian State Medical Director, DonateLife in SA. This is a joint State/Commonwealth role responsible for implementation of the National Organ and Tissue Donation Reform Package.  Prior to her current role, Dr Tideman held the position of Director of Medical Services at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Adelaide and Medical Administrator, Department of Health South Australia.

Developing health system leadership competency - Dr Fung Hong Developing health system leadership competency - Dr Fung Hong

Dr Hong FUNG is the Cluster Chief Executive of the New Territories East Cluster at the Hospital Authority. He is responsible for managing 7 public hospitals in the New Territories East Region with over 4,600 beds and 9,500 staff. He is also the Hospital Chief Executive of the Prince of Wales Hospital, the teaching hospital of the Faculty of Medicine of the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Developing health system leadership competency - Dr Zeev Aharonson Developing health system leadership competency - Dr Zeev Aharonson

Dr Zeev Aharonson is a Specialist in Orthopedic Surgery. Trained at Sheba Medical Center‏, Ramat Gan, Israel, Dr Aharonson experienced four years in Children Rehabilitation Treatment. Two years at Levinstein Hospital, Ra’anana, Israel and two years as the Physician In-Charge of the Adolescence ward at Hugh Macmillan Medical Center, Toronto, Canada.

Workshop session: Assessment of competency - Professor Graham Dickson Workshop session: Assessment of competency - Professor Graham Dickson

Professor Graham Dickson is professor emeritus at Royal Roads University and former director of the Centre for Health Leadership and Research. He was also formerly director of the School of Leadership Studies, where he provided guidance and support for graduate degree programs, executive development programs, as well as graduate certificate programs.

 

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