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'Healthy Partnerships: Engaging your community for better health' Event in Melbourne on the 4th of Dec 2018

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Healthy Partnerships

Engaging your community for better health
 


All persons working in the Health and Allied Health sectors, come join us for a FREE interactive presentation  'Healthy Partnerships: Engaging your community for better health', aimed at improving partnerships and outcomes in the health sector.

The session will focus on the benefits of quality engagement in the health sector, especially between organisations and the community and how this leads to improved outcomes for all.
 
Facilitated by Darren Keenan, ArneTech's General Manager of Strategy and Engagement, an experienced engagement practitioner. Formerly of IAP2 Australasia, the session will link to industry standards and practice, along with meeting community expectation
 
Darren is continuing his work as the chair of the Partnership Framework Implementation Working Group, bringing the framework into reality.
 



Event details:

Date: Tuesday, 4th December 2018
Start time: 9 am
Finish time: 11 am
Location: World Trade Centre (WTC) 
Tower 4, Level 10, 611 Flinders St, Melbourne

 


 

 

Agenda for the day

  1. Healthy benefits of engaging with your community
  2. The opportunities of great engagement for the health system
  3. How Health can engage, recognising the challenges of the system
  4. Lower costs, lower risk - better outcomes
  5. Case Study - Partnership Framework (SA)
  6. Something you can do today to start engaging your community
  7. Q&A
This is a FREE event, and we will provide light snacks and beverages. To reserve your place, please provide your FIRST and LAST name, with a contact number to the email link below.

More about Darren.

Darren is the General Manager of Strategy and Engagement for ArneTech. Darren turns strategy into reality, practically. He is passionate about developing creative solutions, which brings about positive outcomes.

In a professional career of over 20 years, Darren has worked across Australia and New Zealand, with and/or for corporate/commercial, government (all tiers), service agencies, community organisations, not-for-profit sector and member associations.