Webinar – “COVID; Where we have come from and where we are going”

Date(s) - 17/11/2021
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

The comfort of your own home - Link via Zoom


Scientific Meeting Webinar “COVID; Where we have come from and where we are going” 

Wednesday 17 November 2021 6pm – 7pm
Guest speakers:  Dr James Mackie and Alexandra Shields

We invite you to join the live Webinar and ask questions.  This event is free but registration is essential.  Please register by following the link below and you will receive an email with your registration.  Each person attending will receive a unique registration link.

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After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.  If you can not attend on the evening but would like to view the webinar at a later date, please still register, as all registered participants will be sent a link to view the webinar after the 17 November.


Webinar Speakers

Dr James Mackie

Dr James Mackie

(Medical Director Patient Safety @Clinical Excellence Commission)
Jim is passionate about patient safety and quality improvement and strongly advocates for robust data and reliable systems to enhance the patient experience. His role includes leading the Data and Analytics Team which provides QIDS, QARS and the Death Review Database. Jim works closely with eHealth on all aspects of patient safety in the electronic domain.

Jim joined the CEC late in 2018. He is a renal physician who has worked over many years in a number of LHDs as a clinician/manager. Outside of his interest in patient safety he has a long interest in kidney transplantation and service development especially in the provision of dialysis services. He has served as the Medical Executive Director for SESLHD.

Alexandra Shields

(Partner @Norton Rose Fulbright Australia)
Alexandra is an employment and labour lawyer with expertise across all areas of employment, workplace relationships and industrial relations law for public and private sector clients, with very strong experience in workplace litigation, including discrimination, sexual harassment and equal opportunity claims, unfair and unlawful dismissals and Consumer Law claims.
Alexandra has a sound understanding of her clients’ businesses and provides a practical and solutions-focused approach on contentious and non-contentious matters.

Alexandra regularly represents and advocates for clients in conciliations and hearings in various jurisdictions. She is a regular presenter at client and external industry seminars on various aspects of employment law.

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