The very last SMACC will be held in Sydney from 25-29 March 2019. The ticket ballot registration opens tomorrow, Monday 20 August 2018. The programme is fresh and the product of a diverse team of teams headed by Steve Mathieu (of The Bottom Line fame) bringing multiple perspectives to four different themes woven throughout the conference: Learning and Culture … [Read more...] about Ultimate SMACC is coming!
I’m neither Garr Reynolds nor Nancy Duarte. I’m not Victoria Brazil either. I’m not even Ross Fisher (sorry about the "even" Ross, but look at the company you keep!). Still, I’m going to hit you with some advice. And, no, this is not “How to give an unforgettable talk” redux. "Never take advice from anyone prepared to give it to you" — unknown source (perhaps … [Read more...] about How to give a ‘ripper’ talk
smaccDUB is dead, long live dasSMACC! Planning for DasSMACC is well underway and we already have a strong picture of how it will unfold. However, we are always open to new ideas and suggestions… though we also reserve the right to ignore them! Things will be different at DasSMACC. For the first time, the main 3-day SMACC conference will be entirely one single track. In … [Read more...] about Who wants to speak at dasSMACC?
Courtesy of the SMACC Podcast, my hand hygiene talk from SMACC Chicago has just been released... Enjoy! Hand hygiene is widely regarded as the bedrock for the prevention of healthcare associated infections (HAIs). HAIs are among the biggest killers in modern medicine. Yet, hand hygiene compliance among healthcare workers remains woefully poor. Why can’t we learn the … [Read more...] about Why Don’t We Wash Our Hands?
Some time back, we asked for submissions for smaccDUB. The response was remarkable. Remarkable as there were over 200 submissions. Remarkable, as well, for how many great ideas and great people we discovered. Numerous submissions were incorporated and the smaccDUB programme is now complete. Unfortunately, we couldn't include everything. Unfortunately, we don't … [Read more...] about Thanks for the smaccDUB submissions!