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ACHSM would like to congratulate the following recipients of Australia Day Honours 2023. Please join us in saluting the high-achievers below who play a significant role in health service delivery and were recognised in this week’s announcement by the Governor-General of Australia.
In December 2022, two Honorary Fellowships of the College were awarded: Prof Euan Wallace, Secretary of the Vic Dept of Health, and Kathrine Morgan-Wicks, Secretary of the Tas Dept of Health.
ACHSM has determined to undertake a review of the Master of Health Service Management Accreditation standards and processes and has invited Professor (Emeritus) Gerry FitzGerald to undertake the review.
NSW HMIP Interns recount their experience of ACHSM's Perth 2022 Congress – By Benjamin Wilcox, Roya Kavoossi, Steph Kelly and Sophie Conrade
In August 2022, the Northern Territory was home to the Garma indigenous cultural festival in East Arnhem Land.
Highlights of this event included a visit by high-profile dignitaries: Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and the US Ambassador to Australia, Her Excellency Carolyn Kennedy – daughter of the late US President John F Kennedy.
An opportunity exists for a suitably qualified candidate to take up a volunteer leadership role as Leadership Mentor at National Referral Hospital in the Solomon Islands
ACHSM is extremely saddened to hear of the sudden passing of Michael Kalimnios FCHSM, our National Treasurer and Chair of the Board Finance Committee.
At a ceremony at NT Parliament House on 13 Dec 2021, NT Health Minister Natasha Fyles MLA recognised the College's 2020 and 2021 Fellows from the Territory.
The 2021 ACHSM NSW Health Manager Leadership Awards focused on recognising outstanding Health Management leadership in the Aged Care sector.
With the theme ‘Working towards a net zero emissions, climate resilient, equitable and environmentally sustainable healthcare sector: ensuring good health for all', the Greening the Healthcare Sector Forum is for anyone interested in improving the environmental footprint of healthcare (including aged care) and fostering a healthy future for people and the planet.