NSW Government AAI Seminar Series
24 May 2017
NSW GOVERNMENT AAI SEMINAR SERIES
Date: 24 May 2017
On Friday 19 May, StudyNSW held the fourth seminar in the NSW Government series on public sector priorities and operations for Indonesian Australia Award students.
The seminar focused on the challenge facing Australia on improving health outcomes for people while maintaining a sustainable health system. May Guise and Aditi Bhide (NSW Health) provided an overview of service delivery, funding and governance structures of the NSW healthcare system. Their presentation also covered current reform priorities and innovation in how and where healthcare is being delivered.
Matt Schroder from DPC, introduced the guest speakers and presented an insight into how various levels of national and state government connect and work together to progress priorities and deliver projects to improve public services to people in NSW.
The group finished with an afternoon site visit to Royal Prince Alfred hospital, which is one of Australia’s premier tertiary referral hospitals and is recognised as a worldwide leader in healthcare excellence and innovation.
The Australia Awards are prestigious international scholarships and fellowships funded by the Australian Government offering the next generation of global leaders an opportunity to undertake study, research and professional development.
There are currently 114 Australia Awards Scholarship students from Indonesia studying in NSW, including 42 from Indonesian government ministries and agencies. All are doing post-graduate study and most are mid-career professionals.
The NSW Government seminar series for Indonesian Australia Award students has covered a range of topics including infrastructure, renewable energy and health systems. The series will culminate at the Closing Ceremony to be held at NSW Government House.