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News from January 2018

New CNSA CEO

Sonja Cronjé has accepted the position of Chief Executive Officer of the Cancer Nurses Society of Australia (CNSA). President and Board Chair of CNSA, Jane Campbell, spoke of Cronjé's extensive experience.   "Sonja brings to the role extensive senior management experience in not-for-profit organisations gained across the health, international development and higher education sectors. …

APNA CEO Resigns

The CEO of Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association (APNA), David Malone, has announced his resignation. Mr Malone has accepted a role with the Victorian Government in population health, an area he is passionate about. “It has been a privilege to work with such a great group of people, and to have had the opportunity to contribute to the advancement of primary health care nursing. I'd like to thank the board, staff and members for making my time at APNA so enjoyable and rewarding.…

New RANZCR President

The incoming President of The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR), Dr Lance Lawler, has commenced his two-year term with commitments to highlight the role of radiologists in achieving positive patient outcomes and address the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on the profession. Dr Lawler is a former CEO of the Pacific Radiology Group, the largest private medical organisation in New Zealand, with almost 50 branches in New Zealand…

VMA appoints new CEO

Michael Brierley has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer of Venue Management Association (Asia Pacific). He will begin his duties on January 2, 2018, replacing outgoing Chief Executive Steve Romer. Brierley comes to VMA with a 20-year career in sports management within Australia. He has previously held senior positions with Yachting Australia…

New GM at Brisbane Convention Bureau

Juliet Alabaster has been appointed General Manager of the Brisbane Convention Bureau, bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience within the conventions and business events industry. Brisbane Marketing CEO Brett Fraser said he was delighted to appoint Ms Alabaster to the position which sits within the leadership team of the city’s economic development board.   "Juliet has become an integral figure at Brisbane Marketing and within the broader conventions industry, and this role…

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