Designing and Implementing Successful AHA Models of Care

Full price: $500 (+GST)
Discounted price: $300 (+GST)

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Designing and Implementing Successful AHA Models of Care in Rural Settings

Are you seeing unmet need in your community and having to turn clients away because you don’t have capacity to see them? Have you thought about employing an AHA but don’t know where to start?

If yes, then this course is for you! 

About the course

The course has been developed by Dr Anna Moran from Unplex who will lead you through a series of videos, readings and activities that you can take at your own pace. The course is designed to be taken over 8 hours of individual engagement.

By the end of the course you will have the knowledge and skills to:

  1. Outline the key steps required to design and implement AHA models of care in rural settings

  2. Outline the core principles of workforce redesign

  3. Design a model of AHA care to fit your individual setting

  4. Generate an implementation plan for your new AHA model of care

  5. Develop strategies to ensure that your AHA model of care is successful

About the presenter, Dr Moran


Anna is an Allied Health workforce and service redesign expert, business owner, occasional physio, mum of 4, recovering academic and Allied Health cheerleader! She is passionate about making a difference to rural communities.

She is the founder and CEO of Unplex: a specialist coaching consultancy that works with health and social care organisations to simplify the complexity of planning and executing workforce change, service re-design and/or implementation of new models of care. Anna uses her wide range of skills to assist health and social care organisations find and execute manageable, impactful solutions to complex problems.

For over 19 years Anna has worked in the health and social care workforce space. You may know Anna from her most recent role as the SARRAH Research Fellow but Anna can also be credited with significant contributions to the understanding of allied health workforce dynamics in both the academic, health & social care sectors in Australia and the UK. Anna completed her PhD in 2009 which looked at the ways to successfully use assistants to increase workforce flexibility and improve patient outcomes in community settings. Since then, she has been working as a health services researcher and consultant, cultivating her expertise in service delivery and organisation and evidence generation and translation.

In her new business venture, unplex, Anna uses her on- the-ground clinical, business and research skills to educate, motivate, inspire and support AHPs to effectively expand the reach and impact of their health and social care services to more individuals and communities.  In her spare time (!) Anna co-owns and continues to work in a small but dynamic private physiotherapy practice with her husband in rural Victoria. She can be found most days cycling to school with her kids and trying really hard at Zumba.