2019 Leadership Summit
6–7 September 2019
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Registration to open in early 2019. Register your interest at the link on this page to be informed when registrations open.
ACORN is proud to present the inaugural ACORN Perioperative Leadership Summit which will be held on Friday 6 and Saturday 7 September 2019 at the East Hotel in Canberra.
The summit will provide outstanding leadership education for delegates and will bring together 110 perioperative leaders from across Australia.
A welcome reception, to be held on Thursday 5 September, and an evening dinner on Friday 6 September will provide opportunities to socialise and network with other delegates in a relaxed environment.
ACORN will also provide specialised support before and after the summit to help delegates get the most out of their time there.
The venue for the summit, the East Hotel, also offers accomodation, a bar and restaurant, a fully equipped gym, and 24 hour reception.
To register your interest click here.
We look forward to seeing you at the East Hotel Canberra in September 2019.
East Hotel, Canberra
The East Hotel is a contemporary, cool and vibrant apartment hotel offering a unique Canberra experience. A big part of this local experience is their warm and casually attentive customer service.
Situated between the vibrant shopping and restaurant hubs of Kingston and Manuka in Canberra’s prestigious 'Inner South', EAST is a lovely location for our leadership summit.
Click here for details of accommodation options.
2019 Perioperative Leadership Summit subcommittee
Garry Stratton (Chair), ACORN Director, Calvary St Luke's, Launceston
Sophie Ehrlich (Chair), ACORN Director, NTPNA
Stephen Alexander, Pindara Private Hospital
Deborah Burrows, Southern NSW Local Health District
Lee-Ann Heta, Westmead Public Hospital
Anna Hinz, Beleura Private Hospital
Joy Jensen, Metro North Hospital & Health Service – Redcliffe Hospital
Sally Sutherland-Fraser, Health, Education & Learning Partnerships