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Whistleblower Reforms: New protections and obligations

About the Webinar

Join us for our webinar on the latest reforms and changes to whistleblower laws in the aged care sector. This informative session will provide insights into the new whistleblower rules, which are set to take effect in July 2024 as part of the comprehensive changes outlined in the new Aged Care Act.

During the webinar, our expert speakers will delve into the implications of these reforms for both whistleblowers and service providers in this ever-evolving landscape. You will gain a deep understanding of how these changes will impact your role and the aged care industry as a whole.

Don't miss this opportunity to stay ahead of the curve and ensure compliance with the upcoming changes.

In this 30 minute session we’ll cover:

  • The current state and rules
  • New whistleblower rules
  • Expansions of whistleblower protections
  • What these changes mean for providers

When: On Demand


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Meet the Presenters

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Nicole Chen

Principal Consultant, Aged Care

Nicole Chen, Principal Consultant at Ideagen, has a wealth of experience and expertise in the healthcare industry across acute, aged, and community services. She has worked in hands-on clinical roles, leadership positions in quality assurance, operational oversight, senior management, and has actively engaged in research and higher education in the sector. As a speaker, Nicole brings a wealth of knowledge and insights from a clinical perspective, as well as her nuanced view of the operational and strategic aspects of healthcare.

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Nick Edwards

Legal Content Senior Associate

Nick is a Legal Content Senior Associate at Ideagen. Nick has several years' experience designing and administering eLearning for the Aged Care Sector and holds a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Technology Sydney with First Class Honours.