Dr Brett Gardiner

Chief Medical Officer & Director Clinical Governance

St Vincent’s Hospital, NSW

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Dr Gardiner is currently employed at St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney as the Director Clinical Governance & Chief Medical Officer. He has extensive experience as a rehabilitation medicine physician and senior health executive. He has interests in improving the appropriateness and effectiveness of clinical services and in ensuring patients receive the necessary care and experience when interfacing with health delivery systems.

James Lind


Gold Coast Hospital, QLD

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Dr James Lind qualified from Nottingham University in the UK. He has been a consultant Emergency physician for 10 years and currently works at the Gold Coast Hospital. During his emergency career he has been Director of Emergency Medicine Training and has aided major disaster relief efforts.

Speaking On:
Opening remarks from the Chair
Understanding demand and where it comes from?

How to drive & implement quality improvements in the ED

Building capacity for quality improvements

Emergency departments from across Australia are continuing to struggle to meet increased demand and alleviate hospital congestion. Hospitals must now look past NEAT and drive sustainable improvements to support quality, patient centred care.

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  • Measure quality & sustain performance improvements
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  • Build workforce capacity to manage increased demand
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  • Utilise data to improve patient centred care
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  • Hear from over 12 hospitals
Day 1

Andrew Crellin

Director of Emergency

Ballarat Health Services, VIC

Yusuf Nagree

Emergency Consultant

Fiona Stanley Hospital, WA

Benjamin Close

Director Emergency

Townsville Hospital, QLD

Day 2

James Lind


Gold Coast Hospital, QLD

Michael Dinh

Emergency Physician

Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, NSW


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