2018 Conference

Program and early bird registrations now available

We are excited to release the preliminary program for the Day Hospitals Australia National Conference 2018, which is being held at the Pullman Melbourne Albert Park from Wednesday 19 to Friday 21 September 2018.

This important national conference will address the many challenges faced by the day hospital sector, including the ability of day hospitals to maintain the health and wellbeing of their staff and leaders.

Delegates will hear from inspirational speakers with concurrent workshops focusing on the key aspects of running a day hospital: Management, Clinical and Business Development.


Early Bird registrations are now open

To register online or for more information, visit our dedicated Conference website www.dayhospitalsaustraliaconference.com or email Aasta.thomson@dayhospitalsaustralia.net.au.  Early Bird Registrations close 31 July 2018.

Limited sponsorship and trade exhibition opportunities still remain – please click here for further information.


Speakers will cover a diverse range of subjects

The Conference program features a blend of concurrent workshops, keynote, plenary and panel speakers delivering more than 20 sessions addressing the theme “Rapid changes in healthcare, is your hospital keeping up?”, with topics including:

Personality Diversity  –  NSQHS – Second Edition  –  Future of Health  –  HBF & HCF Merger  –  Mindful Leadership  –  Notifiable Data Breaches  –  AS4187  –  Complex procedures performed in Day Hospitals  –  Renovating your Facility  –  Endo Sleeve Day Surgery Procedures  –  IT Security and Data Recovery  –  Digital Marketing  –  Judgement Calls  –  Health Fund Contract Negotiations

Some of our invited speakers include:

For more information, visit www.dayhospitalsaustraliaconference.com.

We are pleased to introduce a dedicated Facebook page for the Day Hospitals Australia National Conference 2018, where we will provide information about speakers, the program and activities planned for this year’s event. Click here for more information.