Connect & Learn - From Clinician to Leader

21 Mar 2018

This webinar turns the case-based lens on the clinician rather than the client. It draws on the clinical and leadership practice of Change Agent Network (CAN) members Shannon Bell and Beth Locke. They share their experiences and top tips for transitioning from clinician to clinical leader.

Summary

This webinar turns the case-based lens on the clinician rather than the client. It will draw on the clinical and leadership practice of Change Agent Network (CAN) members Shannon Bell and Beth Locke. Together they will share their experiences and top tips for transitioning from clinician to clinical leader.

Presenters

Shannon Bell is the manager of ReGen’s non-residential Rehabilitation Catalyst programs. With over 14 years’ working in the AOD sector, he is passionate about ensuring that the non-residential model continues to expand and be delivered at a high standard across the sector.

Beth Locke has been working in the AOD sector for 11 years, primarily in a community health setting. Beth currently manages the AOD service at Access Health & Community in Melbourne’s Inner East. Beth has a passion for project work, ensuring harm reduction principles are acknowledged in recovery oriented treatment and supporting staff to feel confident in their work.

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About Connect & Learn

This is the third of a series of 10 case-based webinars funded by DHHS, designed to support AOD clinicians throughout regional Victoria and metropolitan Victoria.

Webinars will be presented by experienced clinicians currently working in the AOD sector and facilitated by Turning Point.