Please join us for a keynote lecture at our Rozelle campus from the University of Tasmania's Professor David Greenfield, Director of the Australian Institute of Health Service Management (AIHSM) and coordinator of the Doctor of Health Service Management program.

Professor Greenfield will lead a collaborative discussion about how we can individually and collectively find the courage and means to contribute positively to our academic institution and wider community.

Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.

Winston Churchill

"We now live in a world that has become incredibly focused on demanding things in the immediate instant, glorifying success and individualism. However, a healthy, productive and meaningful working, and personal, life is not achieved in this way.

"Research Week offers an opportunity to reflect upon these matters, to consider what research excellence means and the future you are seeking. Come and engage in a collaborative discussion about these issues," he said.

"The aim is to consider how we can individually and collectively find the courage and means to contribute positively to our academic institution and wider community."

When: 5th Sep 2017 9am-10am.

Where: Evan Jones Lecture Theatre, Rozelle.

Who: All are welcome to attend this free public event.

Please RSVP by Monday 4th September.

Celebrating our research excellence. Envisioning our research future.

About Professor David Greenfield.

Professor David Greenfield is the newly appointed Director of the Australian Institute of Health Service Management, and the coordinator of the Doctor of Health Service Management program. He is a highly regarded health services organisational researcher. His research is investigating the regulation of organisations and clinical practice, via both formal (for example, accreditation) and informal (for example, interprofessional collaboration) mechanisms. His work is progressing understanding of how individually and collectively, in communities of practices and networks, the actions and interactions of professionals can be effectively regulated to mediate improvements in organisational, professional and care outcomes.

View Professor David Greenfield.'s full researcher profile