MedApps in the News

August 8, 2023

Duncan Paradice

Duncan Paradice COO, climber, surfer, lawyer.

Just a couple mentions of the MedApps team popping up in public life. This week it is Dan Graham on the Talking Healthtech podcast and our Leadership Day!

Talking Healthtech Podcast

Last week Dan Graham, our Hospital Success Manager and Nursing Clinical Lead was fortunate enough to be on the Talking Healthtech podcast with Dan Shaw from South Eastern Sydney LHD talking all things nurse training, onboarding and orientation.

It was a privilege to be able to be able participate in the discussion around improving the way we are supporting the orientation process for nursing and midwifery cohorts in the public health system. From USBs and reams of paper, to early access, streamlined orientation workflows.

We highly recommend jumping in and having a listen. Also, Talking Healthtech has some great interviews and other podcast episodes, so jump in and have a look.

Med App / ACN Leadership Day

While not strictly ‘in the news’ we also had our first nursing and midwifery leadership day in conjunction with the Australian College of Nursing a couple of weeks ago. It was a chance to bring current and future health leaders together, talk about challenges (and solutions) and have a couple wines at the end of the day.

Feedback from the day was great, so we will be looking to do another one of these soon, so keep an eye out!

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