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WA CTN Newsletters

August 2016 (PDF 1.02MB) | (Word 4.56MB)

In this edition:

  • Celebration of the WACTN's achievements
  • Farewell from the WACTN
  • Simulation leadership program recap
  • Update on regional promotional assistance grants
  • ClinSimWA and IPL toolkit now live

March 2016 (PDF 643KB) | (Word 1.74MB)

In this edition:

  • Commonwealth funding update
  • Advanced level clinical supervision training opportunities
  • Update on funding programs to support the growth of simulated learning
  • Member Profile: Judith Peters
  • Rural travel grants scheme announcement

December 2015 (PDF 1.09MB) | (Word 4.38MB)

In this edition:

  • The year in review
  • Congratulating WA Health Excellence Awards winners
  • Interprofessional Learning Training Package available online
  • Member Profile: Danielle Brown, Edith Cowan University
  • ClinSimWA 2016 launch

September 2015 (PDF 916KB) | (Word 2.05MB)

June 2015 (PDF 424KB) | (Word 1.55MB)

March 2015 (PDF 1.10MB) | (Word 1.74MB)

December 2014 (PDF 2.06MB) | (Word 1.96MB)

September 2014 (PDF 1.23MB) | (Word 2.28MB)

June 2014 (PDF 999KB) | (Word 2.16MB)

March 2014 (PDF 836KB) | (Word 3.2MB)

December 2013 (PDF 1MB) | (Word 2.6MB)

October 2013 (PDF 1.3MB) | (Word 1.1MB)

June 2013 (PDF 1.1MB) | (Word 8.9MB)

March 2013 (PDF 1.2MB) | (Word 4.1MB)

December 2012 (PDF 1.4MB) | (Word 3.8MB)

October 2012 (PDF 1.4MB) | (Word 6.11MB)

 

Clinical Supervision Awards 2015

Due to the strong response of the inaugural awards in 2013, the WA Clinical Training Network (WACTN), with the support of the WA Department of Health, is delighted to announce the second WA Clinical Supervision Awards. These have been made possible through funding by the Australian Government.

For more information and to nominate, see the Awards page.

 

WA Health Awards

The WA CTN and HWA proudly sponsored Category 11 – Excellence in Clinical Training at the recent WA Health Awards. The category recognised initiatives that demonstrate effective partnerships in clinical education and training. The winners for 2012 are as follows:

Local Community Initiative

Winner: Armadale Health Service and Bentley Health Service of the South Metropolitan Health Service; in partnership with the School of Psychology and Speech Pathology, Faculty of Health Sciences, Curtin University

Project: Gosnells Community Speech Pathology Clinic

Members of the Gosnells Community Speech Pathology Team including: Jonathan Rafols, Brooke Sanderson and Sue Alexander  are congratulated by the Director-General of Health, Kim Snowball (far left), Dr Felicity Jefferies, Executive Director, Clinical Reform, WA Country Health Services, (second from right) and Health Minister Dr Kim Hames (far right)

Members of the Gosnells Community Speech Pathology Team including: Jonathan Rafols,
Brooke Sanderson and Sue Alexander are congratulated by the Director-General of Health,
Kim Snowball (far left), Dr Felicity Jefferies, Executive Director, Clinical Reform, WA Country
Health Services, (second from right) and Health Minister Dr Kim Hames (far right).

Statewide Initiative

Winner: Nursing and Midwifery Office, Public Health and Clinical Services Division in partnership with Central Institute of Technology and the following metropolitan health sites: Royal Perth Hospital and Fremantle Hospital and Health Service, South Metropolitan Health Service; and Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, North Metropolitan Health Service

Project: Assistant in Nursing Traineeship

Myra Book, from Nursing and Midwifery Office  accepts the award for the Assistant in Nursing Traineeship program

Myra Book, from Nursing and Midwifery Office accepts the award for the Assistant in Nursing Traineeship program

See the 2012 WA Health Conference website for further details of these projects.

Additional information can be found at the Health Workforce Australia website (external site).

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