Management for Clinicians

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Development of your leadership and management skills are essential for your career, for your patient outcomes and your organisation.
The following 4 study themes are covered in the mainstream program:

  1. Making the transition from Clinician to Clinician Manager
  2. Building a budget and understanding finance fundamentals
  3. Introduction to the Australian and New Zealand Healthcare Systems
  4. Understanding and Building Effective Teams

RACMA Management for Clinicians Mainstream Workshop- Melbourne: July19 & 20, 2019 - Click here to book now!

The following 4 study themes are covered in the Management for Rehabilitation Physicians program:

  1. Understanding Healthcare Systems (Simulation activity)
  2. Media Awareness
  3. Clinical Governance & Effective Teams
  4. Medico Legal

AFRM-REHAB Management for Clinicians Workshop

Sydney, 17 Mar (1pm) to 19 Mar (2pm), 2019 - Click here to book now!

Sydney, Friday 20 & Saturday 21 Sep 2019- Click here to book now!

The Management for Rehabilitation Physicians program provides rehabilitation physicians with practical management skills. The program meets the completion requirements for Module 5 of the Australasian Faculty of Rehab Medicine (AFRM) training program. Participants must complete a short reflective paper on the workshop outcomes for this program to be recognised by AFRM.

Benefits & Testimonials 


Previous participants have said

I found this program to be beneficial.  It was great to have leaders and clinical management give their perspectives on medical management.  

The knowledge of the presenters, their differing styles, and the practical exercises used during this program were excellent learning tools

Interesting program which refreshed my enthusiasm for learning new concepts


The fees for the 2019 Management for Clinicians programs is A$1,738 per participant which includes workshop materials and catering.  Travel and accommodation costs are not included

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