The podcast is hosted by Triple M’s Drive Show host, Luke Bradnam and edited by Pop Up Radio Australia broadcaster Anthony Frangi. Together with RACQ, the team has recorded various interviews for a summer-themed podcast, including: The dangers for children and pets locked in cars to how to prepare for and deal with storms.
Listen to RACQ Living podcast
HOW CAN WE TRANSFER RESEARCH TO CLINICAL TRIALS?
The 2017 Australian of the Year, Professor Alan Mackay-Sim is one of many Australian researchers winning international plaudits for their work. His research on how nerve cells in the nose regenerate pioneered the way to safely apply the same regenerative process to damaged spinal cords, seeking new therapies in the fight against cancer and infectious and neurological diseases. Listen to this in-depth ACHSM interview with Professor Mackay-Sim following his keynote presentation on September 13, 2017.
Interview - Professor Alan Mackay-Sim
ENSURING NURSING AND MIDWIFERY EXECUTIVES ARE AT YOUR LEADERSHIP TABLE
Shelley Nowlan is Queensland Health’s Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer. After thirty years, she is uniquely positioned to share experiences that highlight the benefits of having nursing and midwifery executives at your own leadership tables. Listen to an interview with Shelley conducted after her keynote address at ACHSM Breakfast Forum in Brisbane on April 26, 2017.
Interview - Shelley Nowlan
Healthcare Simulation is at a cross roads. This interview with Professor Victora Brazil looks at how healthcare simulation can used to improve patient journeys, clinical outcomes and ‘tribal interfaces’ in health. Dr Victoria Brazil MBBS, FACEM, MBA Professor of Emergency Medicine and Director of Simulation, Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine, Bond University, Gold Coast Health, Australia. Speaking at the ACHSM Breakfast Forum, Brisbane, February 2017.
Interview - Professor Victoria Brazil
CLICK DIGITAL EXPO
CLICK! - a proven, premier event now in its fourth year - is designed to help small and medium-sized enterprises and not-for-profits prosper in the snowballing digital economy. Network with other leaders, innovators, and niche providers in digital solutions, and get face-to-face contact with an estimated 1000+ customers across a diverse range of industry groups who are motivated to know more about your product or service. CLICK! features exhibits from leading digital and technology providers, seminars tiered for beginner, intermediate and advanced knowledge levels, interactive Q & A sessions with industry leaders, and demonstrations of new technologies and products. Here are some sample interviews from the 2016 event.
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Cover Your Arse Online - Interview with author Jeanette Jifkins
Interview with Darren Tonkin from Storyboard Social
Digital Marketing with Tanya Williams from Digital Conversations
Why you need Facebook
HOW SHOULD WE RESPOND TO CALLS TO ALLOW THE MEDICAL USE OF CANABIS?
There is reasonable evidence that THC, the active ingredient in cannabis, is moderately effective in treating nausea and vomiting and in stimulating appetite adversely affected by disease or medical treatment. There is also some evidence that cannabinoids are effective in treating acute and chronic pain and in relieving some of the troubling symptoms of multiple sclerosis and epilepsy. What are the prospects of other medicinal cannabinoids or medical cannabis preparations being used for medical purposes in Australia? Should we follow the example set by 21 states in the USA and allow patients to smoke cannabis to relieve these symptoms? If so, under what conditions should we allow patients to smoke cannabis? How should we address the issue of cannabis supply? How do these policies relate to the debate about the legalisation of recreational cannabis use by adults? Professor Wayne Hall is from the Centre for Youth Substance Abuse Research at the University of Queensland. He was keynote speaker at the ACHSM Breakfast Forum in Brisbane on December 7 2016. Listen to an interview on this issue.
Interview - Professor Wayne Hall
IMPROVING THE VALUE FOR MONEY FROM HEALTH SERVICES
Professor Nick Graves, Academic Director, Australian Centre for Health Services Innovation (AusHSI) talks about improving the value for money from health services, and why managers of health services should take up this challenge. It follows his keynote presentation at the ACHSM Breakfast Forum in Brisbane on Wednesday September 14, 2016. Responding appropriately to the double whammy of scarce resources and higher demand for services is now an everyday part of managing services. The goal of actually implementing high value services can be difficult with many hurdles and distractions along the way.
Interview - Professor Nick Graves
ASPEN MEDICAL PAVING THE WAY
Aspen Medical is an Australian owned and headquartered company that started over a decade ago that provides complete bespoke healthcare solutions, to support healthcare demands in areas of high demand or remote locations. Aspen has grown to an internationally operating company, across 12 countries, 3 continents, with over 2,000 staff, providing a range of services to Governments, resources sector companies and NGO’s. Glenn Keys is co-founder & Executive Director and spoke at the ACHSM Brisbane Breakfast Forum in August. In this interview, Glenn talks about the many services Aspen Medical cover from disaster response, public health and corporate health. Glenn also highlights some key projects such as the Remote Area Health Corps (RAHC), Ebola response and Public surgery waiting lists.
Interview - Glenn Keys
QUEENSLAND HEALTH 2016/2017
The Queensland state government has allocated $15.3 Billion dollars into the Health Budget for 2016/17. This represents a 4.3% increase over the previous year. Michael Walsh is the Director-General, Department of Health and gave a keynote presentation at the ACHSM Breakfast Forum in Brisbane on June 22. In this series of podcasts, Michael talks about the funding challenges and strategies, initiatives, health legislation, E-Heath investment and health Infrastructure for Queensland Health in 2016/2017.
Funding Challenges & Strategies
Initiatives for 2016/2017
Health Legislation, E-Health & Health Infrastructure
HEALTH REFORM IN AUSTRALIA
Health reform rarely occurs without a political champion and the support of the profession. A launch from the Prime Minister following a report from a Primary Health Care Advisory Group which was led by Dr Hambleton will examine opportunities for the reform of primary health care in improving the management of people with complex and chronic disease. Speaking at the ACHSM Breakfast Forum in Brisbane on May 25, Dr Hambleton talked about how the recommended 'Health Care Home' proposal will function and be funded. In these interviews, Dr Hambleton explains the role of the Primary Health Care Advisory Group and the proposed models of care, plus where health reform is at in Australia.
The role of the Primary Health Care Advisory Group
Where is Health Reform at in Australia
BUILDING A CULTURE OF ACCOUNTABILITY
The business case for leadership and engagement is compelling. The research shows that organisations with engaged staff deliver better patient experience, fewer errors, lower infection and mortality rates, stronger financial management, higher staff morale and motivation and less absenteeism and stress. In this interview from the ACHSM Breakfast in Brisbane on April 27, Michelle Russell explores the importance of building a culture of accountability. Ms Michelle Russell is Solution Manager, GE Healthcare Performance Solutions.
Building a Culture of Accountability
What is Engagement
NATIONAL VOLUNTEERING CONFERENCE
The 2016 National Volunteering Conference was recently held at the National Convention Centre, Canberra. More than 700 delegates attended this three-day event for not-for-profit leaders, volunteer managers and policy contributors. The theme of this years' conference was Build the Future, focussing on building capacity in leadership, knowldege, network and innovation.
Tobi Johnson on adapting a strategy to meet tomorrow's volunteers
Orange Sky Laundry Founders on the importance of volunteers
Dr Brendan Nelson on why volunteering plays a vital role
Robyn Moore on Volunteerism
TECHNOLOGY & HEALTH
Tim Kelsey is Strategy & Commercial Director at Telstra Health and also led transformation of data and digital services in the NHS in England. He was guest speaker at the ACHSM Business Breakfast in Brisbane on Wednesday March 23, 2016. Tim draws on international evidence to show how the modern information revolution is the precondition for sustainable, high quality and equitable healthcare. Interview with Anthony Frangi.
Tim Kelsey on Technology & Health
Tim Kelsey on Health,Technology and Privacy Issues
Tim Kelsey on the 3 operating principles of Modern Health Services
Tim Kelsey on Telstra Health
Tim Kelsey on why Free Wi-Fi is good for Health Services
WOMEN IN DISASTERS FORUM
Women in Disasters Forum acknowledges the significant role that women play in disasters, and to consider the links between gender equality and the resilience of our communities. This event from March 2016 at Parliament House, Brisbane was presented by the UNAA Qld and the Global Resilience Collaborative.
Women In Disasters Forum 2016
INTERVIEW WITH TERRI IRWIN
The University of Queensland 7th Steve Irwin Memorial Lecture, recognising the legacy of Steve Irwin, was held on Wednesday, 9 March 2016 at The Edge, Queensland State Library as part of the World Science Festival Brisbane. In this interview, Dr Terri Irwin talks about the upcoming memorial lecture and her role as a wildlife spokesperson and conservation icon around the world.
Terri Irwin on her role as wildlife spokesperson and work with UQ
STATE OF HEALTH IN QUEENSLAND
Cuts to funding
Drug and alcohol abuse
Health Consumers Queensland
New innovation fund
Mental Health Act
New smoking laws
Regional health services
IT MUST BE FESTIVAL TIME
Working with journalism students from UQ, this audio package captures the 30th anniversary of The Woodford Folk Festival in Queensland.