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Women and Children's Hospital Australasia Conference

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I was asked to Mind Map the proceedings at the Women's and Children's Hospital Australasia Conference in Adelaide 2011 where hundreds of Clinicians and managers discussed ways to put Women's and Children's health onto the Health reform Agenda - http://www.wcha.asn.au/

The Mind Map evolved over the day - the key was to match the Mind Map to my purpose - which was to summarise the day for people not used to Mind Maps. I prefer to use iMindMap software rather than drawing it by hand for this type of event - it allows for very simple editing, printing and sharing.

You can download the original Mind Map by clicking on the link at the bottom of this blog as well as a high resolution image of the Mind Map

To amend/open the original Mind Map you can download a free 7 day trial version for the Mind Mapping software iMindMap

 

KEY WORDS FROM THE MIND MAP of the conference

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Women's and Children's Hospitals Australasia WCHA CONFERENCE

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1.1. WHO

1.1.1. DELEGATES-  LEADING CLINICIANS And  MANAGERS

From AUSTRALASIA - NEW ZEALAND and AUSTRALIA

1.1.2. CHAIR – BOARDLEY, GRAEME A/PROFESSOR, WCHA, WA

1.1.3. ELDER – UNCLE LEWIS

1.1.4. GOVERNOR His EXCELLENCY, REAR ADMIRAL KEVIN SCARCE

 HEALTH is key – WOMEN, CHILDREN

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1.2. IMPLEMENTING REFORMS

SHERBORN, TONY DR, IHPA

1.2.2. INTENT – TRANSPARENCY, VALUE, EFFICIENCY, SERVICE , INDEPENDENCE

1.2.3. NATIONALHEALTH  REFORM

1.2.4. FUNDING - ACTIVITY BASED TRANSITION  2012/13 and 2013/14

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1.3. HEALTH WORKFORCE
MARK CORMACK,  CEO

5 PROGRAMS

1. INFO ANALYSIS and PLANNING
2. INNOVATION REFORM
3. DOMAINS - DELIVERY CAPACITY SKILLS PLANNING POLICY & LEADERSHIP -See HWA.gov.au for information on  PROJECTS
4. TRAINING - SELF-SUFFICIENCY by2025
5. INTERNATIONAL RECRUITMENT PROFESSIONALS

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1.4. REFLECTION QUEENSLAND

STEER PETER DR, CHILDREN'S HEALTH SERVICES

'LOCAL'

CHANGE MANAGEMENT
FUNDING – ABF and NON ABF
OPPORTUNITY – ADVOCACY, MATURITY,'DE-POLITICISATION', 'BRANDING', CULTURE, WORKFORCE ENGAGEMENT
CHALLENGES – COMMUNICATION,  RISK SYSTEMS, COMMUNITY, PREVENTION, ACUTE,  TECHNOLOGY

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1.5. CONSUMERS HEALTH CARE
RUSSEL McGOWAN. HCCA.ORG.AU CONSUMERS ASSOC ACT
'HONORARY' woman – through BONE MARROW dontation
INTEGRATED CARE
PARTNERSHIP – LISTENING and LEARNING
PART OF SOLUTION

FOCUS
1. EPISTEMOLOGICAL DISSONANCE  
2. LOCUS CONTROL
3. 'BOUNDROIDS' - CROSSING BOUNDARIES

ROLES of consumers
-    PEOPLE – spectrum - positive, negative, active, passive, informed, uninformed
-    PARTICIPANTS – involved in the health care system
-    CITIZENS

15 key PRINCIPLES

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1.6. How to get WOMEN & CHILDREN on Health  Reform Agenda

DR BARBARA VERNON, CEO WHA/CHA NSW

1. Do your HOMEWORK!
- ISSUE?
- OUT THERE
- CREDIBLE SOLUTIONS
- STAKEHOLDERS

2. BUILD SUPPORT
- COMMUNITY
- MEDIA
- CONSUMERS
-  'ENEMY'
- ALLIES

3. ENGAGE
- In DEBATE
- PUBLIC SERVANTS
- POLITICIANS
- PARTIES
- GOVERNMENT
- PARLIAMENT

4. SUPPORT
- POLICY
- COMMITTEES
- COMPROMISE
- CONSULT

5. IMPLEMENTATION
- SUPPORT
- CELEBRATE ACHIEVEMENTS

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1.7. POLITICIAN'S PERSPECTIVE

HON. ROSEMARY CROWLEY
WRITE to MINISTER OFTEN
RESEARCH IMPERATIVE
Understand the PROCESS
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1.8. PANEL Q & A
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1.9. Breakout SESSIONS

1.9.1. CHILDREN – ABF, CONSUMER PARTNERING CARE ALTERNATIVES MEDICATION  4 HOUR RULE
1.9.2. MATERNITY-  COLLABORATIVE, SAFETY, QUALITY, RURAL,  CONSUMER PARTICIPATION,  DATA, eLEARNING
1.9.3. MIDWIFERY – ROOTS, CASELOAD, BURNOUT
1.9.4. OBSTETRIC - VicPROMPT
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1.10. YOUNG CHILDREN RIGHTS FOREFRONT
PROF LES WHITE,  NSW CHIEF PAEDIATRICIAN

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1.11. KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER
DR ROBYN MILDON
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1.12. HEALTHY Thinking
JENNIFER GODDARD
META thinking
MIND MAPPING

Creation date: 
21 Nov 2011
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Anonymous's picture

Great overview. Publishing

Great overview. Publishing the text outline with the map is important.
1. It allows those with vision problems to use their screen reader
2. It enables google to index the page.
3. It may help those who don't get mind maps.

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