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Building Stronger Health Care Teams

Based in Brisbane, Australia, HealthFusion is a team of health academics committed to inspiring and motivating health students and professionals to learn together for better patient outcomes. We do this through the creation and development of innovative interprofessional educational activities.

Our flagship program, the HealthFusion Team Challenge (HFTC) is a fun and dynamic competition that promotes interprofessional collaboration and client-centred care.

Universities, education and health care organisations are invited to:

  • Contact HealthFusion about running your own HFTC event.
  • Contact HealthFusion about launching HFTCPRO at your health care organisation.
  • Australian and New Zealand teams are welcome to participate in the Trans-Tasman HealthFusion Team Challenge (TT HFTC)
Learn more about the program, our learning outcomes just what you could gain via our new video. Click here to view it on YouTube.


2017 Indigenous Allied Health Australia HFTC
Indigenous Allied Health Australia (IAHA), a national not for profit, member-based Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander allied health organisation, will hold its 2017 HealthFusion Team Challenge (HFTC) 24 – 29 November 2017 in Perth in conjunction with its 2017 National Conference.

The IAHA HFTC is a fun and interactive learning experience for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health students designed to educate the nation’s next generation of health care professionals in collaborative client care.

Participating in the IAHA HFTC provides Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health students with opportunities to experience working in an interprofessional team to solve problems and determine the best care for a person with complex care needs.

Students will be allocated into interprofessional teams and over two days (25-26 November 2017), with the guidance of profession Mentors, each team develops a management plan which reflects best practice for a complex case study.

During the Heats, each team presents their plan to a panel of expert Judges and responds to a number of extension questions and activities under timed conditions. The Judges then select two teams to progress to the Final Showdown where they re-present their management plans and responded to an extension question in front of delegates at the IAHA 2017 National Conference.

Visit the IAHA website for further information!

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