Improving health in WA

2017 Clinical Senate Debates

In 2017, the Clinical Senate debate topics were:

  • July: A Holistic View of Safety and Quality
  • March: Responding to interpersonal violence – Are you safe?
July

A Holistic View of Safety and Quality

  • Executive Summary Report
  • Director General’s response
  • KPI Reporting

Program

Presenter Presentation
Ms Betty Garlett, Aboriginal Elder Welcome to Country
Professor Julie Quinlivan, Chair, Clinical Senate of WA Welcome and Senate update (PDF 926KB)
Dr David Russell-Weisz, Director General, WA Health Director General’s response to recommendations and introduction to Professor Hugo Mascie-Taylor (PDF 584KB)
Professor Hugo Mascie-Taylor, Senior Clinical Lead, Ernst & Young’s UK Perspectives on clinical leadership, accountability and clinical governance
Ms Pip Brennan, Executive Director, Health Consumers Council of WA Why S&Q is important to consumers (PDF 990KB)
Morning Tea
State of play in WA – Plenary Session
Professor Hugo Mascie-Taylor, Senior Clinical Lead, Ernst & Young’s UK Safety and Quality in the WA Health System: observations and recommendations for continuous improvement (PDF 112KB)
 Dr Audrey Koay, Executive Director, Patient Safety and Clinical Quality, WA Health What we want to achieve as a system with a minimum set of S&Q indicators (PDF 1MB)
March

Responding to interpersonal violence – Are you safe?

Program

Presenter Presentation
Ms Marie Taylor Welcome to Country
Mrs Tanya Basile, Acting Chair, Clinical Senate of WA Welcome and senate update (PDF 203KB)
Professor Gary Geelhoed, Assistant Director General, WA Health Director General’s response to recommendations
Superintendent Kim Massam, Central Metropolitan District Office, WA Police Impact of IPV on WA Police and Opportunities for change (PDF 189KB)
Ms Jane Simmons, Relieving District Director, Department for Child Protection and Family Support Ms Sherrilee Mitchell, Director of the Family and Domestic Violence Unit, Department for Child Protection and Family Support Child Protection and Family and Domestic Violence Intersect (PDF 1MB)
Ms Jenny O’Callghan, Co-Director Women's Health, Genetics and Mental Health, Womens Health Clinical Care Unit Responding to Family and Domestic Violence in WA Health (PDF 379KB)
Ms Pip Brennan, Executive Director, Health Consumers’ Council of WA Responding to Interpersonal Violence (PDF 879KB)
Ms Roia Atmar A consumer perspective