Ms Neesha Pierce will give case studies to demonstrate the importance of effective communication, record keeping and ensuring consent from the patient on their treatment.
General Counsel, ADAQ
Neesha initially graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Arts (majoring in Psychology and Sociology) and then subsequently went on to study law, graduating from the University of Technology with a Bachelor of Laws in 1999 and a Master of Laws in 2009. After graduating with her law degree Neesha initially worked as a dispute resolution lawyer in private practice before making the move in-house where she has worked in various roles, including most recently leading legal teams for large health and community care providers. Neesha also has a wealth of experience managing risk and governance functions for healthcare providers and is also a board member of the Surveyors Board of Queensland where she regularly sits on its professional conduct review panels. Having provided legal advice across a number of industries including the health and community services, Neesha brings a wealth of experience to assisting health practitioners to navigate the legal system.
Student - FREE
COVID-19 SAFE PLAN
By registering for this course, you agree to the events terms and conditions outlined on the ADAQ website.
ADAQ has implemented a safe plan to ensure all events, including venue hire, comply with the Government's COVID-19 restrictions. Please click here to view the plan.