This year's Mission Leaders Forum, to be held on May 7, will revolve around the theme "Nurturing culture that counts: Catholic identity and the mission leader role". Mary-Anne Gallagher from Cabrini Health will speak at the forum. Click here to access a registration form. The forum is being held in East Melbourne.
Mission Leaders Forum, May 7
Ethics Education Seminar, May 8
The Ethics Education Seminar on May 8 will examine the topic "Striving for an ethical culture: What's in the mix?" Fr Kevin McGovern of the Caroline Chisholm Centre for Health Ethics will set the scene, while representatives from St John of God Health Care, Cabrini Health and St Vincent's Health Australia will explore models that can guide efforts to support an ethical culture. Click here to access a registration form. The seminar is being held in East Melbourne.
CHA Member Briefings, May 2014
Catholic Health Australia CEO Martin Laverty will once again conduct CHA member briefings in five capital cities in May, with the Federal Budget, the National Commission of Audit, the abolition of the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission and the five-year Aged Care Agreement among the topics that will be discussed. There will also be an update given on the Pathways project, launched late last year to help Catholic services maintain their identity and fidelity to the mission of Catholic health and aged care. The free briefings will be held in Sydney on May 19, Perth on May 20, Adelaide on May 22, Brisbane on May 26 and Melbourne on May 29.
Click here to access a registration form for the briefings.
Welcome to the CHA National Conference 2014
Planning is under way for the 2014 Catholic Health Australia national conference, to be held at the Sofitel Brisbane from August 25-27. A number of exciting speakers have already been lined up to address the several hundred delegates who will attend and CHA members will again be recognised for their outstanding work with the announcement of the CHA Annual Awards on Tuesday, August 26.
Sponsoring or exhibiting at the Catholic Health Australia National Conference provides a unique opportunity for organisations to come face to face with delegates within the Catholic sector. The CHA conference will represent an excellent opportunity to promote and highlight your company's products and/or activities and build positive brand awareness, enhance community relations and demonstrate your organisation's support of the Catholic health and aged care sector, which cares for one in every 10 Australians in hospitals and aged care.
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Coming soon! Conference registration and program