Conference

Events
27 April 2016 to 29 April 2016

The demand for outpatient services in acute health is rapidly growing, placing specialist clinics under huge strain. If hospitals cannot reduce wait lists and improve access and flow through outpatient services, there will be implications for patient safety, as well as impacting financials and compliance.Outpatient reform needs to be a priority for health care services in order to reduce waiting lists and stop millions of dollars’ worth of revenue being lost to inefficient systems and fail to attends

Events
24 February 2016 to 26 February 2016

The Summer Study is an international institution, running for over 30 years in the US and 20 in Europe. The Australian Summer study is endorsed by the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy and its European counterpart the ECEEE. These are popular events, renowned for bringing together leaders in energy efficiency from government, politics, academia, the private sector and NGOs. 

The 2016 Australian Summer Study is a three-day residential event set on the shores of the spectacular Manly Beach in Sydney.

Events
5 April 2016

The Essentials: Diversity and Inclusion
Two Highly Interactive Workshop Modules
5th April 2016, Rydges Swanston, Melbourne
Every Journey has a Beginning

Two Highly Interactive Workshop Modules over One Day
$795 plus gst(if you book early - save $300)

Receive straight forward guidelines and processes for Diversity and Inclusion in the workforce that can be easily transferable into your workplace.

Events
26 February 2016

CEDA welcomes Victorian Treasurer, the Hon. Tim Pallas MP, Federal Assistant Treasurer Kelly O'Dwyer and a leading panel of economic and political commentators for the 34th Economic and Political Overview, our flagship annual event.

What will the economic and political environment look like in 2016? What are the sleeper issues that could be activated in a federal election campaign? Where are the opportunities for growth and investment?

Speakers throughout the day will examine:

Events
15 March 2016 to 16 March 2016

The Australian Financial Review Business Summit presented by BHP Billiton is the must-attend event of vital importance to the progress and prosperity of Australian business in the coming decade.

Events
6 July 2016 to 8 July 2016

Abstract submissions close 15 February 2016.

Why is it so hard to implement research evidence for policy reform? Is there a “research to relevance gap”?

The Australian Institute of Family Studies is committed to creating and communicating knowledge to accelerate positive outcomes for families and society.

Events
29 February 2016 to 3 March 2016

The Australian Public Sector: Records, Libraries and Digital Preservation Week
29 February to 3 March 2016, Rydges Capital Hill, Canberra
 

For the first time, the complete spectrum of records, digital preservation and archives within the public sector will be explored on all levels through-out one week
Monday, 29 February 2016

Events
7 March 2016 to 8 December 2015

The public is the only critic whose opinion is worth anything at all – corporate communications has now emerged as a science and art of perception management.

Events
9 March 2016 to 10 December 2015

In this new age of instant access, a new playbook is required. Due to globalisation and the proliferation of intentional and accidental brand saboteurs, companies need to aggressively play defence as well as offense. Brands are under constant attack, and brand managers must systematically understand that managing risk to reputation is about fundamental perceptions of the company’s contributions, value and strategic direction.

Events
30 March 2016 to 1 April 2016

APO readers can receive a 10% discount off the current price! Contact Akolade on 02 9247 6000 and quote WFXA1 when registering.

As of late September 2015, 63 Australian women have been killed as a result of domestic and family violence in 2015 alone. The statistics surrounded domestic and family violence in Australia are staggering with a recorded 28,780 family and domestic violence related assaults in NSW in 2015 (Australian Bureau of Statistics).