The third in a three part series of breakfast dialogues for health care leaders and invested stakeholders dedicated to reimagining health.
About this Event
AGSM @ UNSW Business School, the UNSW Centre for Social Impact and Health Futures Australia, are convening a series of dialogues with thought and practice leaders in health and care who will explore the role of people, places, communities and system design in providing the right care in the right place across the life course. You will hear insights from people who have been involved in transforming systems for better outcomes. Then you will be part of interactive discussions about designing supportive housing communities, putting people at the centre of health and care, and innovative place-based programming.
Part III of III Reimagining Health: Putting people at the centre of health and care
The need exists to get beyond the theory of person-centred care to actually building the systems’ capabilities needed to put the person at the centre of design and delivery.
You should attend if you are involved in creating, managing and leading the provision of care and services that will benefit from enhanced design considerations.
- Gemma Carey, Research Director, Centre for Social Impact, UNSW
- Leanne Dowse, Deputy Director, Disability Innovation Institute, UNSW
- Shelley Bowen, CEO, Health Futures Australia
Please also join us for Part I (Designing supportive housing communities) and Part II (Place-based programming) of the series.