The Tasmanian Department of Health and the University of Tasmania are partnering to hold the Tasmanian Allied Health Symposium 2023. This is a hybrid event, with both in-person and online participation available.
The theme of the event is ‘Exploring boundaries, adapting to change’.
The symposium program is available here.
Keynote speaker is Daniel Sih from Spacemakers.
Daniel is a Tasmanian native and physiotherapist turned award-winning author, TEDx speaker and productivity expert with 20 years’ experience working in senior leadership and strategic consulting roles across Australia and the UK.
As a trainer, coach and keynote speaker, Daniel has worked with CEOs, executives, and other senior professionals throughout Australia and beyond, ranging from global corporations and businesses to universities and non-profits. He has a broad professional history, including leadership roles in physiotherapy, health management, and project management.
Registrations costs (same for in person and online) are:
- $110 for allied health professionals
- $80 for students and allied health assistants
- $60 for consumers.
Register here to attend in person.
Register here to attend online.
This event is proudly supported by HESTA.