ANZ-MI Health Sector Report Launch
Learn about the latest evidence on the effects the COVID-19 pandemic has had on doctors’ workloads and practices
About this event
This event will discuss some of the key findings in the ANZ-Melbourne Institute Health Sector Report 2021, and will provide an opportunity to discuss these findings with prominent researchers and experts in the field. What are the trends in the medical workforce after 20 years of expansion, and what can they tell us about providing the best healthcare possible?
Register now to attend and hear from Richard Grayson, Head of Health, ANZ Commercial Banking, and report author Professor Anthony Scott, Melbourne Institute: Applied Economic & Social Research.
Following the webinar, all attendees will be the first to receive a digital copy of the new report.
Richard Grayson, Head of Health
ANZ Commercial Banking
Richard Grayson is the Head of Health within ANZ’s Commercial Banking business. ANZ Health is a specialist business within ANZ that services healthcare sector clients ranging from individual practitioners through to large corporates. A leading financier to the sector, ANZ Health provides nearly $10bn in commercial and residential funding in support of over 5,000 clients. Richard holds Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Commerce degrees as well as a Graduate Certificate in Applied Finance and Investment. He has worked in the healthcare banking business for more than 10 years and also has experience in corporate and project finance roles in New Zealand and the United Kingdom.
Professor Anthony Scott
Professorial Fellow, Melbourne Institute: Applied Economic & Social Research
Anthony Scott is the Health and Healthcare Program Coordinator at the Melbourne Institute. He is a Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, immediate past President of the Australian Health Economics Society, and a Board Director of the International Health Economics Association. He established the Medicine in Australia: Balancing Employment and Life (MABEL) panel survey of 10,000 doctors, and is a Research Lead Investigator in the NHMRC Partnership Centre on Health System Sustainability.
Associate Professor Susan Wearne BM PhD MMedSci FRACGP FACRRM DCH DRCOG DFFP GCTEd GAICD
Senior Medical Advisor - Health Workforce Division, Department of Health
Susan Wearne is Senior Medical Adviser in the Health Workforce Division in the Australian Government Department of Health. She is a Clinical Associate Professor at the Australian National University and works as a sessional GP in Canberra. Susan has been a GP as a partner in York, England; in private practice and for the Aboriginal Medical Service in Alice Springs; and for the Royal Flying Doctor Service at Ayers Rock Medical Centre. Her work for the Remote Vocational Training Scheme, sparked her interest in using technology to facilitate training, and her PhD on remote supervision during GP training. Susan is working on the National Medical Workforce Strategy as well as other Health Workforce Division programs that focus on the distribution of qualified health professionals across Australia.
Dr Kym Jenkins FRANZCP
Chair - Councils of Presidents of Medical Colleges
Dr Kym Jenkins FRANZCP is the CPMC Chair. She is a Consultant psychiatrist with clinical expertise in consultation-liaison psychiatry and psychotherapy, currently in private clinical practice. Dr Jenkins has broad medical experience having previously trained in General Practice. Throughout her career, Dr Jenkins has maintained an involvement in the health and welfare of fellow medical practitioners, ethics and professionalism. Dr Jenkins has strong expertise in the delivery of clinical services, education, policy development and advocacy. She has maintained a long standing interest and multiple roles in medical education with extensive experience in training, assessment, curriculum development, course administration and evaluation. Dr Jenkins is an experienced not-for-profit company director.