Conference Starts in
Full Time Undergraduate
Nursing and/or Midwifery Student
Note: Limited spaces & subject to availability
Looking for an opportunity to be inspired, learn and develop your leadership? Come and join us at the Nursing & Midwifery Leaders Conference 2018.
‘Live and Let’s Lead’, a wordplay on the James Bond film and the Paul McCartney song ‘Live and Let Die’. Is that where the ‘play’ ends? Bond, a secret agent who uses guns and gadgets combined with an abundance of charm, wit and influence - the tools of his trade, to defeat the baddies and win the day. This is not so different to the role of a nursing/midwifery leader, the ‘baddies’ being a chronic disease, bugs etc.
There are different tools in our trade but equally, we require an abundance of influencing ability. The Conference will provide participants with exposure to a range of leaders, their stories and insights into the challenges facing nursing/midwifery leaders and some practical tools to help win each day.
Leadership and Clinical Education (LaCE)
Presented By Dr Pauline Calleja &
Graham Wilkinson - AQNML President, Director of Nursing/Facility Manager NGH, Adjunct Prof University of Sunshine Coast
Shelley Nowlan - Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer Queensland
Prof. Patsy Yates - Head, School of Nursing Queensland University of Technology
Beth Mohle - Secretary, Queensland Nurses and Midwives Union
Kristen James - Nurse Navigator, Nurse Unit Manager, Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service, QSuper Scholarship Winner
Lauren Morgan - Clinical Nurse Consultant, Sunshine Coast University Hospital, QSuper Scholarship Winner
Jenny Jaspers - Nurse Educator, Sunshine Coast University Hospital, QSuper Scholarship Winner
Mark Adcock - Nursing Service Director, Division of Surgery, Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service
Dr May El Haddad - Nurse Researcher, NUM/MUM Project SCHHS, Adjunct Senior Lecturer, University of Sunshine Coast
Kristen James - Nurse Navigator, Nurse Unit Manager, Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service
Cynthya Popperwell - Registered Clinical Nurse Practitioner, Mackay Hospital and Health Service
Kerrie Healy - Emerging Nurse Leader 2017
Veronica Casey - Executive Director of Nursing Services, Metro South Hospital and Health Service
Andrea Nagle - Executive Director of Nursing and Midwifery, Darling Downs Hospital and Health Service
Samantha Woodhouse - Nurse Education, Queensland Health
Colleen Rasmussen - Director of Nursing/Facility Manager, Dalby Hospital
Nicki Dennis, Director of Nursing, QEII Jubilee Hospital
Sebastian Terry, 100 Things
The AQNML Awards recognise the outstanding contribution of Nursing/Midwifery Leaders in Queensland with the Awards presented at the AQNML Annual Conference. Do you know a Nurse/Midwifery Leader who deserves recognition?
Both Awards are presented at the AQNML Conference Dinner – Thursday 2 August 2018.