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Type: On-demand
Recorded: 17 May 2022


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Flood matters: information for the recovery phase (Part 2)

On-demand recorded 17 May 2022

Learning outcomes

  1. Discuss human resource issues that may be relevant for practices that amend operations due to disasters.
  2. Be aware of human resource issues when requiring staff to work from home.
  3. Discuss the mental health concerns affecting clinicians responding to disasters
This event attracts 2 CPD points

This event attracts 2 CPD points

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Kathryn Hutt
Medical Director Doctor's Health Advisory Service

Dr Kathryn Hutt is the Medical Director at the Doctors’ Health Advisory Service (NSW), and is a part-time general practitioner in Mona Vale, Sydney. She also provides regular fly-in GP services to remote NSW. Kathryn has additional qualifications in Public Health and Applied Ethics and is an active clinical member on a Sydney University Human Research Ethics Committee. In her role as an on-call doctor with the Doctors’ Health Advisory Service (NSW), Kathryn has spoken to hundreds of doctors and medical students about their personal experiences. In her previous experience working with the NSW Medical Council, she has also witnessed the impacts on doctors of receiving a complaint or having an involvement with the regulatory system, and the importance of ensuring they can find adequate support at these times. Kathryn is passionate about the wellbeing of her colleagues and is committed to ensuring that all doctors and medical students have access to support whenever they need it.

Felicity Buckley

As part of the Workplace Relations team at AMA (NSW), Felicity provides doctors in private practice with assistance and advice on a wide range of matters, including practice management, award interpretation, staff contracts, people management, long service leave entitlements and termination.”


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