Clinical Leadership in ICU: Culture, Communication and Resilience
Intensive care is a complex clinical environment providing unique challenges not experienced in other healthcare settings. Through thislens, the ANZICS Clinical Leadership Program provides the opportunity for emerging clinical leaders to buildtools and frameworks that willrefine theirleadership purpose, develop skills to negotiate workplace challenges and explore strategies to influence organisational change.
This module on culture, communication and leadership is delivered as a two-day workshop with 20 hours of online learning and is part of the bespoke clinical leadership program which has been developed by a truly multidisciplinary faculty. Early career clinicians working in the intensive care across all specialties are invited to attend.
Program at a Glance:
At the conclusion of this module participants will:
Define and discuss the pillars of clinical leadership in an ICU environment,
Explore how leaders influence ICU culture and identify behaviours and characteristics that contribute to positive culture in the workplace,
Examine the individual, team and system dynamics that impact on ICU culture and analyse the role of a ‘safety culture’ in leading and managing organisational performance,
Design a strategy to enhance the psychological safety of an ICU team and formulate a collaborative plan to approach conflict resolution within the workplace, or
Identify a leadership challenge within an intensive care setting and develop an action plan to facilitate its resolution.
*Approved for CICM CPD
Who should attend:
Early career Intensive Care clinicians (doctors, nurses, allied health) who are new, emerging or aspiring leaders.
Clinicians not in a formal leadership role are welcome to attend.
Date:Mon 8th – Tues 9th April 2024
Time: 8:00 am – 5pm
Cost: Prices below inclusive of GST
Medical Specialist: ANZICS member – $1,650:00
Medical Specialist: Non-member – $1,870:00
Medical trainee, Nurse, Allied Health: ANZICS member – $880:00
Medical Trainee, Nurse, Allied Health: Non-member – $1,100:00
Conference Room 5
Level 5, Block 6, Clinical Skills Development Service
Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital
Cnr Butterfield St and Bowen Bridge Rd
Herston, QLD 4029
Carparking: Cornerstone Carpark located 325 Herston Rd
Public Transport: The nearest bus stop is Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital (RBWH) Station (Platform 2) and is a 3 minute walk away.