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Connect, Communicate, Assess

 

Are you searching for ways to make you and your practice more effective by improving patient outcomes? Looking to better connect and engage with your patients to form long-lasting professional relationships?

 

This practical and interactive seminar offers real life examples on how you can embrace professional opportunities and enhance your approach to achieve business success using a holistic approach.

 

In this series, Chiropractic Australia members gain exclusive access to internationally recognised clinician and speaker Dr Kirsten Peterson PhD.  

This innovative and engaging session titled ‘It’s All About Relationships: Communication and Mental Health Essentials’ for the clinician explores the critical elements of running a successful practice, and how practitioners can transform their businesses through positive connection, communication and assessment. A session not to be missed!

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Postponement FAQ’s

What happens to my registration that has been submitted?
Unless a cancellation or refund request is received, all bookings processed previously will automatically roll over to the new conference dates.

Will Chiropractic Australia provide refunds?
Yes. Chiropractic Australia will offer 100% refund of monies paid if you wish to cancel your registration.

How will refunds be issued?
All refund requests must be made in writing to mandy.bromilow@chiropracticaustralia.org.au Refunds will be returned in the same form as the original method of payment. There will be no cancellation fees. Please allow up to 30 days for funds to be credited back to accounts.

Are you refunding hotel, flight or travel costs?
CA does not manage refunds related to individual travel costs. Please contact your travel agent or hotel or airline directly to discuss specific cancellation policies and refund information. In some cases, airlines and hotels may offer refunds with no cancellation fees due to travel bans.

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National Seminar Series - Adelaide


 

Event Program


12:00 AM

- 01:00 PM

AON Case Studies. The case studies will equal 3 hours of CPD

Pre-Learning



01:15 PM

- 01:30 PM

Registration, Arrival Tea and Coffee



01:30 PM

- 01:35 PM

Welcome

Seminar Host and Chair

Matthew Monaghan, CEO, Chiropractic Australia



01:45 PM

- 04:45 PM

Mental Health and Communication. Identifying the signs is one thing; adapting a communication style to facilitate engagement is another.

Key Learnings What is mental health? Why is mental health important for workplace productivity and culture? What are the signs and symptoms of the most common mental health issues? Why do managers need to be proactive around their team’s mental health? How can an individual learn to recognise and assist someone who might be struggling with a mental health issue? Workplace mental health, what does it look li

Dr Kirsten Peterson PhD



04:45 PM

- 05:00 PM

Afternoon Tea and Networking



05:00 PM

- 06:00 PM

A Year of Change, Disruption, and Opportunity

In this riveting 1-hour panel session we chat with a leading clinician, CA Board Member and academic on the current challenges being faced within the industry and the future of chiropractic care after a tumultuous past 12 months. We explore the way clinicians must pivot and explore new and innovative ways to embrace opportunity and grow their practices now and for the future. Get a sneak-peek into what clinicians can expect as the industry evolves post-pandemic and the new direction chiropractors are taking to ensure success in their clinic

Panel Discussion



06:00 PM

- 07:00 PM

Managing Risk in A Changing Landscape - partnering for business success

In this interactive session here, we will explore de-identified case studies and discuss the legal and risk considerations required when assessing risk. This session will provide participants with access to legal experts who will provide information in a practical and accessible way.

AON



06:35 PM

- 06:45 PM

Summary

Matthew Monaghan, Chief Executive Officer, Chiropractic Australia



07:15 PM

- 08:15 PM

Networking Hour



  Saturday, 16 October 2021
  01:45 pm - 07:30 pm
  Brisbane CBD

CPD 6 hoursThis is a guide only. For qualifiers, please contact AHPRA

Our Presenters


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