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Health Workforce New Zealand: Forecasting Methodology

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Brief Description:

In this session, we hear from Professor Des Gorman, Executive Chair of Health Workforce New Zealand and Professor of Medicine and Associate Dean, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, at the University of Auckland.  He holds a BSc, MBChB and MD from the University of Auckland, as well as a PhD from the University of Sydney. The two doctorates were awarded for in vivo research into brain injuries. Professor Gorman’s primary research and clinical interests are brain injury, diving medicine, occupational medicine and toxicology. His research career includes more than 250 publications.  He is a Member of the Board of Directors of the New Zealand Accident Compensation and Rehabilitation Corporation (ACC), as well as a Member of the National Health Board and the Capital Investment Committee, Ministry of Health.  Professor Gorman is currently overseeing health reforms in a number of different jurisdictions.  He has served in both the Royal Australian Navy and the Royal New Zealand Navy. During his service in the former, he trained as both a submariner and as a diving officer.

Presenter:

Des Gorman: Executive Chair, Health Workforce New Zealand and Professor of Medicine and Associate Dean, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, University of Auckland

Who should Attend:

This presentation was by invitation only.

FIRESIDE CHAT:

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RELATED RESOURCES:

Publication: Developing the health care workforce for uncertain futures

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