Health series: funding, investment and skills

Health series: funding, investment and skills

Apr 27
CEDA's 2017 Health series considers the policy settings, sector reforms, advances in research and changing consumer expectations and behaviours that will shape the future of our health, ageing and human services sectors.


The Hon. Cameron Dick MP, State Minister, Health and Minister for Ambulance Services

Event overview

Federal health policy, the future of population based funding, and the interplay between state to federal relations will have implications for the increased funding required to deliver health services in Queensland. 

A focus to grow capability and investment in bio medical research, genomics and precision medicine, and a comprehensive Health and Medical Research Strategy will provide opportunities for innovation, the creation of new expertise and further growth.

Join a senior audience of professionals, sector leaders and State Minister for Health, the Hon. Cameron Dick MP at the opening event in CEDA’s 2017 Health series to discuss the future of the health sector in Queensland.

Meet the keynote speaker

The Hon. Cameron Dick MP
State Minister, Health and Minister for Ambulance Services

The Hon. Cameron Dick has previously served as Queensland Attorney-General, held Ministerial portfolios in Education and Industrial Relations and practiced law in both the public and private sectors. As Minister for Health and Ambulance Services he is responsible for the delivery of Health services in Queensland.

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