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Rural Health Business Sustainability – The Essentials Series

For Owners and Managers of Rural General
Practices and Primary Health Care Practices

Sound business practices are the foundation for sustaining rural primary health care practices. The RDWA and key partner Piper Alderman have developed the Essentials Series for SA’s rural health practice owners and practice managers. This Program will deliver a full program of business foundational and advanced workshops across the next three years.

The 2018 program will focus on getting the basics right in human resource management (two workshops) and the Privacy Act and records keeping (one workshop). The sessions will be run by Piper Alderman Partners and Associates, and will be held at Piper Alderman’s Offices, 70 Franklin Street, Adelaide.

Each workshop will be supported by follow-up web-based seminars provided by RDWA to support implementation of the strategies learned in the workshop.

Workshop 1: Friday 13 April 2018 - Getting the basics right - managing people

Workshop 2: Friday 27 July 2018 - Workplace Health and Safety and Bullying

Workshop 3: Friday 14 September 2018 - Privacy Act and Record Keeping

Registrations from 9.15am for a 9.30am start
Finish at 4.30pm (this is for workshop 1 & 2)
Finish at 1.00pm (this is for workshop 3)

Workshops and seminars are open to general practice and primary health care practice owners and practice managers who manage health services in SA’s rural and remote locations. These workshops are designed to contribute to the long term sustainability of rural health care businesses, to enable health professionals to deliver essential primary health care to rural communities.

To register please complete the below form or contact Denise Fabbro on (08) 8234 8277 or email denise.fabbro@ruraldoc.com.au.