Professional development for health sector workers and organisations.

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Emerson.Live delivers online courses, in-person workshops and custom events on the essential topics that underpin health transformation and reform.

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Workshops and events

We have an exciting range of topics and themes on offer - view the range and register your interest. We'll let you know as new dates are announced.

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Good Governance Essentials

Learn about the foundations of good governance for health and human service organisations.

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Planning a Clinical Documentation Improvement Program

How to set a CDI program up for success: for health sector managers and executives.

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Our courses are practical, delivered by experts in their field and can be completed online at a pace that suits you.

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Benefits Realisation Planning for Digital Health Projects 

The process of moving to digital platforms is a substantial capital investment, and there are challenges in ensuring anticipated benefits identified in a business case are realised.

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Emerson.Live works with a range of experts to develop practical, professional development solutions for health sector organisations and staff. Our facilitators are leaders in their field.

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Alicia Cook

Alicia Cook is the Director at Emerson Health and founder of Emerson.Live. Her career spans clinical software development, medical publishing, health communications, digital health, and funding reform projects.

Ed Robertson

Ed Robertson has qualifications in operations management and is our resident data analytics guru. His strength lies in translating data into meaningful insights so that health management can make decisions with confidence and at pace.

"The Benefits Realisation Course was a highly engaging and thought provoking course. It provided me with a new perspective in how I should present my projects, particularly to an Executive level."

Cameron Felizardo
NSW Ministry of Health