Fixing The Injured From Theatre To Home

VENUE

Ground Floor Function Room
Wesley House
140 Ann Street, Brisbane QLD

AGENDA

Friday 5 April 2019

5:15 pm Registration
5:30 pm Seminar commences
6:30 pm Seminar concludes
6:40 pm Wine tasting commences
8:30 pm End

COST

Including GST (1.5% surcharge applies for credit card payments)

Member: $20
Non Member: $40

MORE INFORMATION

If you have questions regarding this event, call us on 02 9258 7700.

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Location

Ground Floor - Wesley House
140 Ann Street Brisbane QLD 4000

Registration

Registrations Open: 7th Mar 19 9:00 AM

Registrations Close: 1st Apr 19 12:00 PM






Fixing The Injured From Theatre To Home

Overview

Together with the ALA, Lex Medicus have partnered with leading experts to present a medical and wine-tasting seminar, 'Fixing the injured from theatre to home'.

Hear Lex Medicus Director and Founder, Orthopaedic surgeon Mr Thomas Kossmann, speak about the 'Bloody reality of an Orthopaedic surgeon' – an interesting insight into surgery from start to finish.

And Occupational Therapist, Ms Stephanie Johnson, will discuss 'How Occupational Therapists assess the impact of the injury on function and what Occupational Therapists can and can’t comment on.'

Rub shoulders with industry professionals and treat your palate to an exquisite wine tasting from Lou Miranda Estate, while making genuine connections and participating in inspiring conversations. This event is worth 1 CPD point.

Reserve your seat now!

Speakers

Thomas Kossman
Orthopaedic surgeon, Director and Founder Lex Medicus

Lex Medicus Founder & Director, Mr Thomas Kossmann, leads a world-class team of health professionals to deliver high quality medico-legal reports and impairment assessments across Australia and Europe.

An orthopaedic surgeon with over 30 years of experience, Mr Kossmann currently practices in Melbourne and regional Victoria, operating at Knox Private Hospital and the Mildura Private Hospital. As Director, he founded the Department of Trauma Surgery at The Alfred hospital and expanded it to become one of the world-leading centres for trauma victims. He was also the founding Director of the National Trauma Research Institute (NTRI).

In 2010, Mr Kossmann completed a Master in Health & Medical Law at The University of Melbourne, combining his love of surgery with his profound interest in medical law.

Stephanie Johnson
Occupational Therapist, Lex Medicus

Ms Johnson has worked as an occupational therapist and case manager for over 20 years with patients who have sustained severe and traumatic workplace and motor vehicle injuries.

Ms Johnson has vast experience in providing occupational therapy services to individuals with a range of injuries, including mild brain injury, amputations and complete and incomplete spinal injuries.

Ms Johnson is well placed in the medico-legal community as a member of the Australian Association of Occupational Therapists (QLD), conducting assessments for both plaintiffs and defendants with multiple and complex injuries. She is accredited in Comcare WorkCover Queensland and NSW Workers Compensation Claims.

Event Details

VENUE

Ground Floor Function Room
Wesley House
140 Ann Street, Brisbane QLD

Please note that parking near Wesley House is very limited. King George Car Park is the closest public carpark to Wesley House.

Public transport is easily accessible, with Wesley House located between the King George Square Bus station and Central Train station. Visit Translink to plan your journey.

AGENDA

Friday 5 April 2019

5:15 pm Registration
5:30 pm Seminar commences
6:30 pm Seminar concludes
6:40 pm Wine tasting commences
8:30 pm End

COST

Including GST (1.5% surcharge applies for credit card payments)

Member: $20
Non Member: $40

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