The University of Melbourne IPEP Health Students' Network presents their second seminar covering the incorporation of interprofessional practice in a variety of clinical scenarios.
Confirmed speakers are Mrs Jennifer Matheson, Dr. Lyndall Smythe, and A/Prof Mina Borromeo.
Also, we will be holding our Inaugural General Meeting at 5:45pm, prior to our Seminar. If you would like to get involved in next year's Executive Committee or would like to find out more about our events in 2015 come along!
Time: October 15th 5:45pm-7:30pm, with finger foods and light refreshments starting at 5:30pm.
Venue: The University of Melbourne - Medical Building, ESJ King Theatre (Level 3)
The Interprofessional Education and Practice Health Students' Network (IPEP HSN) is pleased to host the inaugural Interprofessional Leadership Development Symposium (ILDS). The symposium provides students across various health disciplines the opportunity to engage issues surrounding interprofessional practice in healthcare. Participants will gain important leadership skills and be challenged to innovate their clinical environments.
The symposium will feature a workshop on multidisciplinary diabetic management and a panel discussion on interprofessional education at the university. It will also feature speakers who will be addressing leadership in clinical as well as university settings.
The symposium will be held on Saturday 4th October at the Department of Physiotherapy, from 11am to 5pm, followed by a social event from 5.30pm onwards. Both the ILDS and social event are catered.
All participants will receive a signed certificate of participation. The symposium is also an excellent opportunity to network with future colleagues from other health professions.
The Interprofessional Education and Practice Student Council presents our inaugural seminar covering the incorporation of interprofessional practice in a variety of scenarios:
- As a first year graduate
- With Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients, and;
Confirmed speakers are Louisa Remedios, Mandy Strange and Heather Dawson.
Time: August 26th 6:00pm-7:30pm, with light refreshments from 5:30pm-6:00pm
Venue: The University of Melbourne - Medical Building, Wright Theatre