NSLHD News November 21

Staff stop for a photo at the Person-centred Care Showcase

pERSON-CENTRED CARE TAKES CENTRE STAGE AT YEARLY SHOWCASE It is one of the most popular events of the year, with nurses and midwives from across the district turning out in force for the annual Person-centred Care Showcase. Leadership and Strategic presentations on the day drew a crowd of diverse staff. “The Person-centred Care Showcase is one of the most exciting events in our nursing calendar. It brings together nurses and midwives from across disciplines and facilities,” he said. Initiatives Nurse Manager Ken Caldwell said the variety of

“It’s not just a great chance for all of our nurses to connect with each other, but also a chance to hear about some of the excellent initiatives from nurses and midwives around the district.”

director scoops award NSLHD’s Clinical Director for Drug and Alcohol Services

medicine trainees.” Upon receiving his award, Mark acknowledged the impact that Dr Jon Rampono, Professor James Bell and Professor Nicholas Lintzeris have had on his career, and thanked his colleagues that work with him to deliver the best clinical care possible. In a double triumph, Research Co-ordinator Dr Lauren Monds won the Early Career Poster Presentation Award for her poster “How intoxicated are you? Comparing self & observer intoxication ratings to BAC.”

Dr Mark Montebello has claimed the Clinicians Award at the Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol & other Drugs conference dinner. The award recognises excellence and leadership in clinical practice in the field of substance use in any discipline. Mark was nominated by his colleagues for “excellence in clinical care, development of treatment services, and teaching addiction psychiatry and addiction

Dr Mark Montebello



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