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2016 Patient Experience Symposium


5 May 2016, 12:00am to 6 May 2016, 12:00am

Australian Technology Park (ATP), Eveleigh, Sydney
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The Agency for Clinical Innovation (ACI) and the Clinical Excellence Commission (CEC), in partnership with the Bureau of Health Information (BHI), Cancer Institute NSW, Health Education and Training Institute (HETI), Nursing and Midwifery Office (NaMO) and the Office of Kids and Families, with the support of NSW Health Consumers NSW invite you to be part of the 2016 Patient Experience Symposium.

Thursday 5th May and Friday 6th May
9 am to 4.30 pm
Registration will begin at 8:00am with the program commencing at 8:30am
Australian Technology Park (ATP), Eveleigh, Sydney
A live stream will be available here on the day

The 2016 Patient Experience Symposium is designed to showcase expertise and excellence in improving patient experience across NSW Health.

The two-day event will attract up to 500 delegates, creating a fantastic platform to collaborate and innovate to drive patient experience across NSW.

Check out our International Speaker

Leslee ThompsonLeslee Thompson is an experienced, energised and dynamic executive, corporate director and health system leader.

As President and CEO of Kingston General Hospital (KGH), Leslee led the organisation through a major transformation to become a high performing and award winning academic health centre.

She used her strategy, “Keep the patient at the forefront, and everything will unfold from there” to position and embed patient and family centred care as a defining feature of the Kingston General Hospital.

Leslee has recently been appointed President and CEO of Accreditation Canada, and will commence this position in February 2016.

Searching for Speakers across NSW

Call for abstracts is now closed

2016 Patient Experience Symposium Program

View the 2016 Patient Experience Symposium program.

Online Registration

The 2016 Patient Experience Symposium is open to NSW Health staff and consumers at no cost.

To stay up-to-date follow @nswaci and @nswcec on Twitter.

Stay in Touch

For more information contact:

Sarah Barter
ACI A/Manager, Patient Experience and Consumer Engagement

Erin Gilmore
CEC Project Officer, Patient Based Care

To stay up-to-date follow @nswaci and @nswcec on Twitter and use #PExS16

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Event Contact

Sarah Barter

(02) 9464 4684