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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.

IAHA HealthFusion 2018

2018 International IAHA HealthFusion
Indigenous Allied Health Australia (IAHA) will be hosting the 2018 International Indigenous HealthFusion Team Challenge (HFTC) from 1 3 December 2018 in Sydney Australia.

Participants will have the opportunity to meet and learn from Indigenous and First Nation University students from Australia, New Zealand, Canada and USA.

The International Indigenous HFTC will be held after the 2018 IAHA International Indigenous Allied Health Forum focused on international allied health workforce development to meet the needs of Indigenous and First Nation peoples.

The best health outcomes for an Indigenous people with complex or chronic health care needs often depends on effective teamwork and collaboration among various healthcare professionals bringing together different skills and knowledge.

The HFTC aims to develop this important capability prior to graduation in a way that is culturally safe, responsive, transformative, and fun.

For further information, visit the IAHA website for further information!

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