Prachi speaking at the 2020 ACN Roadshow in Sydney
The 10th annual Australian Health Care Week — which runs from 17-18 March at the International Convention Centre in Sydney — provides a platform for the Australian health care community to come together and explore the strategies needed to improve health care provision in Australia now and in the years to come.
The Nursing and Midwifery Program is one of six on-floor programs that are free to attend at the event and participants will receive up to 12 eligible CPD hours for attending.
Our very own Chief Executive Officer Adjunct Professor Kylie Ward FACN is headlining a high-profile speaker line-up which also features a large number of prominent Australian College of Nursing (ACN) Fellows and Members.
One of these is Prachi Javalekar MACN, a Stage Five ACN Emerging Nurse Leader who has previously attended and presented at the event.
Ahead of this year’s event, Prachi shared with us why she is looking forward to speaking at the event again in 2021 and the opportunities it provides her as an early-career nurse leader.
“Australian Health Care Week provides a unique platform for the entire healthcare ecosystem to have rich and holistic dialogue across disciplines,” she says.
“It sectors to explore state of the art, technical, infrastructural and corporate solutions to enhance care delivery.”
“More importantly, it is also open for all to connect and network with the diverse healthcare community and engage in contemporary discourse with a broad range of speakers.”
A full list of speakers can be found in the expo program.
ACN is proud to again support Australian Health Care Week and urge you to register for your free pass to learn from and connect with Australia’s nursing and midwifery leaders.