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Building Stronger Health Care Teams

Based in Brisbane, Australia, HealthFusion is a team of health academics committed to inspiring and motivating health students and professionals to learn together for better patient outcomes. We do this through the creation and development of innovative interprofessional educational activities.

Our flagship program, the HealthFusion Team Challenge (HFTC) is a fun and dynamic competition that promotes interprofessional collaboration and client-centred care.

Universities, education and health care organisations are invited to:

  • Contact HealthFusion about running your own HFTC event.
  • Contact HealthFusion about launching HFTCPRO at your health care organisation.
  • Australian and New Zealand teams are welcome to participate in the Trans-Tasman HealthFusion Team Challenge (TT HFTC)
Learn more about the program, our learning outcomes just what you could gain via our new video. Click here to view it on YouTube.


University of Queensland wins OZ HFTC for 3rd consecutive year

Interprofessional student teams from across the country assembled in Brisbane on October 24, 2016 for the annual Australian HealthFusion Team Challenge (Oz HFTC) - a competition for tertiary health students aimed at fostering their interprofessional teamwork skills.

Teams from Deakin University, Monash University, Queensland University of Technology and the University of Queensland battled it out at the day-long event, which featured a range of new activities designed to test teams on a number of key areas.

Prior to the event, teams spent four weeks working on a treatment plan in response to a complex case study which revolved around a military veteran suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, and his family.

Teams were required to present their patient management package before a live audience and a panel of esteemed judges who assessed their performance based on the HealthFusion judging rubric, which looks at key areas such as client centred practice, collaborative leadership, team functioning, communication and ethics.

Putting their teamwork skills to the test, teams took part in a full-day program of challenges, activities and extension questions which contributed to their running scores.

Ultimately, Team University of Queensland was named the champion for the 3rd year running, making HealthFusion history. People’s Choice went to Monash University, who were also named Runners Up.

HealthFusion congratulates all teams on a stellar 2016 HFTC season, and we look forward to seeing you in 2017!

Expressions of interest are now open for 2017 HealthFusion events. Please complete the EOI form here.

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