Lecture Overview

Brief

Great nurse managers lead with integrity. However, is it possible to also embed integrity in others? This session will look at recent legal investigations into corruption in organisations. Find out what integrity truly means and how you can best display yours.

Educators

Eleanor Dickens

Eleanor Dickens is a special counsel at Clayton Utz in the Public Sector Group. Her core areas of practice are in administrative and public law with extensive experience and expertise in the areas of information law (privacy, freedom of information, public records, and public sector information policy), integrity and accountability, administrative investigations, judicial review, and statutory decision-making processes and statutory interpretation. Her expertise in these areas is recognized in her role as co-author with Bill Lane of the Queensland Administrative Law Reports, which includes the annotated guide to the Judicial Review Act 1991 (Qld), the Right to Information Act 2009 (Qld), and the Information Privacy Act 2009 (Qld). Eleanor has extensive experience in advising public sector agencies on integrity and accountability issues. Eleanor experience extends to providing advice with respect to sensitive corruption and misconduct issues, conducting investigations as well as developing and building integrity and accountability systems and capacity within agencies. She has also developed and conducted numerous training programs in this area.

Reviews

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4 Total Rating(s)

Very thought provoking lecture

Wendy Somers
22 Oct 2018

Access to the slides would have been helpful, also examples weren’t specific to the health care industry. Poignant, but not specific.

Sarah Hennessy
30 Aug 2018

Very informative.

Melinda Fitzpatrick
10 Aug 2018

Good

Theresa Diane Johnson
09 Aug 2018