Parliamentary Friends of Women’s Health Morning Tea

#NavigatingHealth: A solutions focused collaboration in healthcare

Health system complexity is a challenge faced by patients, carers, professionals and policy makers everyday. #NavigatingHealth is a solutions focused collaboration across people and organisations nationally and globally. We are connecting change makers, addressing silos and elevating enablers: Right Patient, Right Care, Right Time, Every Time.

Join Parliamentary Friends of Women’s Health Morning Tea with our co-chairs Peta Murphy MP and Bridget Archer MP

Date: Wednesday 29 March 2023

Time: 11.00am - 12:00pm

Venue: Committee Room 2S3,Parliament House, Canberra

This is an in-person event, with an option to attend virtually via a provided link.
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Professor Jane Gunn

Professor Jane Gunn

Professor Gunn is a medical practitioner and Fellow of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences. She has played key leadership roles in reforming healthcare, beginning with her work in shared maternity care and cervical screening programs, and more recently in transforming mental health care in primary care settings. Jane will be discussing the solutions-focused, evidence-based implementation of Link-Me as well as the broader context of collaborative leadership in the enabling the future of health.

Perta Murphy Federal member for Dunkley

Peta Murphy, Federal member for Dunkley

Peta Murphy is an Australian politician who represents the electorate of Dunkley in Victoria. She has a background in law and worked as a senior lawyer and advocate before entering politics.

As an MP, she focuses on issues such as social justice, healthcare, and environmental protection. She is also an advocate for improving mental health services.

Bridget Archer, Federal Member for Bass

Bridget Archer, Federal Member for Bass

Bridget Archer is an Australian politician who currently serves as the Member of Parliament for the electorate of Bass in Tasmania. Before entering politics, she had a successful career in the hospitality and tourism industry. As an MP, she is passionate about supporting small businesses, improving health services, and addressing social issues in her community.
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Siân Slade, Nossal Institute for Global Health, University of Melbourne

As a healthcare professional who worked in HIV/AIDS in the 1990s, Siân Slade was an active part of developing shared care approaches . Her PhD research, in Australia and UK, aims to identify the mechanisms that are being developed and deployed to enable patients to access and manage their healthcare across the levels of health.