Hospital Seminar Program 
9.00am - 10.00am
Lunch 12.15pm - 1.30pm
Evening session: 6.30pm - 8.30pm 
Numbers are limited, please book early 

Includes Coffees, teas

Exhibit entry is free from 9am - 6.30pm

Costs apply for CPD Seminar sessions. Certificates provided 

Includes optional evening session  included from 6.30pm - 8.30pm with cocktail food, networking and evening drinks 


Who should attend?

Clinical nurse specialists, clinical nurse consultants, clinical nurse educators, triage nurses, emergency department nurses, medical staff, Facility Managers , Procurement, Clinical Managers,  Health Service Providers 

9.05am - 9.40am

Clinical Management Policy WA (from 1 Nov 2019) & Patient safety 

Presented by  Dr Audrey Koay MBBS D.Phil FRACMA, Executive Director, Patient Safety and Clinical Quality

Department of Health Western Australia



  • Responsibilities of health service providers, private facilities, patient safety surveillance units and individuals   

  • Update on national accreditation and lessons learnt from accreditation by other States

  • Work on clinical quality registries

  • Some data and trends observed which will also be reported in the Department's Annual Report.

  • Reducing hospital-acquired complications at the local hospital level 

  • Mandatory reporting 

  • Reducing health-care associated infections

9.40am - 10.00am  

The State of Safety & Security in Australian Hospitals: How Technology Can Help

 Jared Horstman, Business Development Manager (Hospitals & Healthcare) - Noggin 


It’s no secret that the healthcare sector is one of the most at-risk for patient-initiated occupational violence. And the 2019 Anderson Report on Hospital Security shed a light on some of the key contributing factors that led to the breakdown of security services in hospital settings. In this session, you’ll get a closer look at Noggin, a simple, easy-to-use software platform built to help hospitals comply with the Anderson Report findings for better staff safety and operational security.