8-10 September 2021
2021 Day Hospitals Australia National Conference Innovation on the back of Recovery

Royal International Convention Centre | Brisbane | Queensland

2021 Day Hospitals Australia National Conference

Innovation on the back of Recovery

It gives me great pleasure to invite you to join us for the 2021 Day Hospitals Australia National Conference at the Royal International Convention Centre (Royal ICC) in Brisbane from the 8th to 10th of September 2021.

The future looking brighter with the roll out of the Vaccine across the country there is much for us to talk about. it is with great excitement that we are preparing to come together in Brisbane, a city celebrated for its world class facilities and superb climate.  The 2021 National Conference will explore new scope and advancement for the Day Hospital sectors place in the Australian Health Care system

The 2021 conference is intended to proceed as an in-person event, and Day Hospitals Australia will continue to closely monitor the situation and circumstances relating to COVID-19.   Steps are being taken by Day Hospitals Australia, the Royal ICC, and Conference Managers to ensure the conference is held in a COVID safe manner.

Should social distancing or other government restrictions implemented in the interest of public health & safety impact planned activities at the Royal ICC, Day Hospitals Australia has contingency plans in place to implement a hybrid or fully online conference.

More information regarding the conference including invited speakers, social events and engagement initiatives will be released via this, our conference website as planning proceeds.

We encourage you to check the website regularly for updates.

We look forward to coming together and hope you share our excitement to be in the company of friends and colleagues in Brisbane in September.

Jane Griffiths, CEO

On behalf of the Board of Directors

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About the Association

Day Hospitals Australia supports and represents stand alone day hospitals within the Australian health care environment by supporting their business and their employees, facilitating communication between members and actively representing (i.e. on National and State committees) and advocating on behalf of members.