2 May & 27 July 2017 - Decoding the Code, Melbourne & Brisbane (REGISTER)
Decoding the Code is an online program in Catholic ethics for people working in the health and care sector - the CHA Code of Ethical Standards provides the key content. The course is offered online over approximately 16 hours consisting of eight two-hour sessions. It commences with an introductory seminar (face to face attendance preferred) and is followed by online coursework with ne sessions being uploaded fortnightly over sixteen weeks.
Aimed at those wishing to enhance their knowledge and practice of the principles of Catholic morality, the course is most likely to benefit organisational clinical leaders, executives and other mission leaders, managers and pastoral practitioners. Participants will gain enhanced knowledge, practice and confidence in applying the principles of Catholic ethics to the ministry of health and aged care.
As has become customary, there will be two cohorts undertaking Decoding the Code in 2017. Sites for the face-to-face seminar have been chosen in consultation with members to support wide participation around the country. For more information, and to register your place for 2017, please DOWNLOAD
the Registration Brochure.
30 June 2017 - CHA Research Symposium, Sydney (REGISTER)
The Research Symposium brings together CHA researchers from across Australia to encourage networking, learning, to celebrate achievements and ongoing initiatives in research, and - importantly - to showcase the essential work being done by all of you, within the Catholic health and aged care sector.
This year's Symposium, the second of its kind, is packed with valuable content, delivered by distinguished researchers and academics including Prof Christine Bennett, Prof Margaret Somerville, and a number of accomplished clinical researchers representing CHA's member health services.
28-30 August 2017 - Catholic Health Australia's National Conference, Grand Chancellor, Hobart
Catholic Health Australia represents health and aged care providers from right across the country. It is a fantastic opportunity for all involved to come together and discuss important issues facing all Australians now and into the future. The Conference opens with a Welcome Reception on the evening of 28 August, followed by two full days of conferencing on 29 & 30 August.