What is health equity? Why is it important? How equitable is the service you provide? Join us at the Allied Health, Scientific and Technical Networking event to find out and be inspired by health equity initiatives.
- When:1 November 2018,17.00-19.00
- Where: WSB level 12, Wellington Hospital.
Topics and presenters:
Addressing inequity in musculoskeletal conditions - Andy Phillips (Executive Director of Health Improvement and Equity & Chief Allied Health Professions Officer, Hawkes Bay DHB).
Weaving bicultural practice into our everyday practice and team routine - Kate Marshall (Team Leader, ORA Kenepuru Community Team, CCDHB) & Francenne Smith (Social worker, ORA Kenepuru Community Team, CCDHB).
The joy of hearing; working to remove all barriers - Emily Spence (Clinic Manager Upper Hutt, Bay Audiology).
This is a free event but registration is required.All interested health professionals are welcome.
Register now via Eventbrite to confirm your place: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/allied-health-scientific-technical-networking-forum-health-equity-tickets-50930939812 (may require a Chrome browser) or contact: Gayle Ryan (AHST Educator) firstname.lastname@example.orgPh: 027 706 4339
You can also join us via Zoom in a number of ways:
- Smart phone: download the zoom app and enter the meeting ID: 327 646 405
- Telephone (audio only): New Zealand: +64 (0) 4 831 8959 or +64 (0) 9 801 1188 followed by the meeting ID: 327 646 405
NB: the AHST Networking forum is a strictly no selling event.Attendance certificates are available on request post-event.Please of check the requirements of your CPD program to see if you are eligible for points for attending this event