Land Forces 2024

MELBOURNE CONVENTION AND EXHIBITION CENTRE, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA
11-13 SEPTEMBER 2024

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PROGRAM

Optimising Health Response through Military and Civilian Integration: A Unified Approach

Date:
Wednesday 11 September
Time:
1000 – 1100
Registration:

This event is open to all Land Forces trade visitors, exhibitors and conference delegates.
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NOTE: While attendance to this session is free for all participants, entry is not guaranteed. Seating will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis, and once the venue reaches its maximum capacity, access will be closed.

Location:
Meeting Room 208, Convention Level 2, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

Response capabilities: Through case study methodology, the presentation explores the role of communication, coordination, training, and contemporary healthcare delivery methods. It illustrates how integrating military precision and civilian long-term capability can lead to more effective health responses, highlighting the significance of adopting modern healthcare approaches to enhance response efforts.

The focus is on how military and civilian sectors can complement each other, elevating the overall readiness and effectiveness in managing health emergencies. The session aims to provide actionable strategies for stakeholders interested in harnessing a combined approach to health response, ensuring a resilient system ready to face future challenges with sustainable solutions.

SPEAKERS

Dr Katrina Sanders
Dr Katrina Sanders

Chief Medical Officer
Aspen Medical

Dr Katrina Sanders is the Group Chief Medical Officer for Aspen Medical and is renowned for her expertise in strategic healthcare management, particularly in challenging and dynamic environments. Her role includes strategic direction and oversight of our global health operations.

Dr Sanders is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, has a master’s degree in public health, and is the recipient of two Australia Day Achievement Medallion’s in recognition of her contribution to healthcare. Her former role as Chief Medical Officer for the Australian Federal Police included coordination and management of contracted health services domestically and internationally with consideration of risk, population needs and government priorities, in a complex and dynamic environment.



Hosted by Aspen Medical 

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