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The 2019 Oz HealthFusion Team Challenge will take place on Monday, September 16.

The Oz HFTC is Australia's largest interprofessional competition for health science students. It is designed to promote effective interprofessional collaboration and teamwork amongst the next generation of healthcare leaders.

During the Oz HFTC, teams from universities around Australia work together over 2 weeks to develop a management plan for a client with complex healthcare needs before coming together for the main event.

Teams present their care plans during the Heats, in front of a live audience and panel of expert judges, under strictly timed conditions. Teams then respond to a range of challenging extension activities. Each team receives a score which will determine who will go on to the Final.

During the afternoon, the top three teams compete in the Final for the title of 2019 Australian HealthFusion Champions.

Who Can Enter?

The Oz HFTC welcomes teams from Australian universities as well as "Wild Card" teams from international universities and all student associations/groups.

Participants must be enrolled in a health sciences or related program of study during 2019 to be eligible (either full or part time).

Register Your Interest

Whether you are an individual student interested in taking part, or you represent a University or Student Organisation who would like to enter a team, please use the below link to register your interest. We will be in touch shortly with further details specific to your case.

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2019 Team Fees

The Team Fees for 2019 will remain at $1000 (inc. GST).

Team fees contribute to venue hire, catering, photography, AV hire, case development and prizes.

Each team is responsible for the costs of travel and accommodation in Brisbane.


If you have any questions regarding this year's event, or would like more information, please don't hesitate to contact the HealthFusion Project Coordinator, Stephanie Dunn Castaneda.

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