Inspiring Ideas Forum: Empowering Innovation in Health

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Inspiring Ideas Forum: Empowering Innovation in Health

Future Health Leaders
Saturday, 28 June 2014 from 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Theatre 1, 221 Bouverie Street, Carlton, Melbourne, VIC Australia

At Future Health Leaders, we believe students and early career health professionals can make a significant contribution to improving the health of all Australians. We know that some of the simplest ideas can have the biggest impact and we want to inspire the next generation of health leaders to turn their ideas into action.  

On Saturday 28 June 2014, FHL is hosting a one-day forum in Melbourne.


The Inspiring Ideas Forum will include three dynamic and exciting sessions: ‘Engage’, ‘Challenge’ and ‘Innovate’, which will provide delegates with key skills to turn their ideas into reality.


The ‘Engage’ session will showcase innovative programs from across Australia that are creating positive change in their communities. Speakers from successful student and early career lead projects, such as Realising Education and Access in Collaborative Health (REACH), will present an insight into their organisations and enlighten delegates on how they were inspired to make a difference.


The ‘Challenge’ session will be interactive, encouraging participants to consider issues from a different perspective and to re-frame the problem.


Innovate’ is the third session where delegates will attend workshops to put into practice what they’ve learnt. Participants will be encouraged to pick an everyday problem, identify their target and a solution before presenting how they will initiate change.


Tickets to this event also include entry to ‘Celebrate‘ – the Evening Social Event which will be held after the forum at Rydges on Swanston Street, 100m from the forum venue. Tickets are available at a reduced price for FHL members. Sign up to be an FHL member for FREE here:

Have questions about Inspiring Ideas Forum: Empowering Innovation in Health? Contact Future Health Leaders