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Taking the mystery out of the ANZICS CORE Registries

When: Wednesday, October 2 2019, 2:00PM AEST

Where: Online - join via your computer!

Your Host: Sue Huckson - CORE Manager

Cost: Complimentary


About the webinar:

The ANZICS CORE provides registry services for the benchmarking of Intensive Care outcomes across Australia and New Zealand.  This webinar will provide information on the latest news about the Registries to demystify issues related to the Australia and New Zealand Risk of Death (ANZROD) Model, how to extract and read intensive care unit reports from the CORE Portal, and the quality assurance activities required to maintain data accuracy for correct risk prediction.


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Sue Huckson - BAppSci

Sue has been the Manager of ANZICS CORE since 2012 with oversight of the five ICU related Registries. Sue has more than 25yrs experience in ICU including clinical  management roles. From 2000 Sue has been involved with the development and implementation of guidelines and knowledge translation since 2001 when she joined the National Institute of Clinical Studies and Director of Effective Practice with the NHMRC.  Her role at the NHMRC involved developing strategic and innovative approaches to support the uptake of evidence related to complex clinical issues.

Jennifer Hogan - Bn CCRN, MClinED

Jennifer the Project Officer for Data Quality and Training at ANZICS.  A former intensive care nurse, Jennifer has held senior clinical roles within the public health care sector for over 25 years.  She has been the manager of simulation education both at Monash Health and Melbourne Health, and has had vast experience designing and delivering education programs to improve clinical communication and optimise teamwork performance.  As a Crisis Resource Management instructor and debriefer, Jennifer has a keen interest in the science of human factors, and in uncovering how the healthcare sector can learn from other high reliability organisations to decrease known or perceived clinical risk and promote an enhanced culture of safety.