Tuesday 11 September to Friday 14 September 2018 | ACU Rome Campus
The Australian Catholic University warmly invites you to attend the 2018 Healthcare Executives Symposium at the ACU Rome Campus.
Focussing on “Person-Centred Healthcare”, executive leaders will hear from leading members of the Roman Curia, North America and Europe on how to strategically and operationally implement this model into Healthcare Organisations.
Final program details will be emailed to registered participants.
Networking event at the Australian Embassy to the Holy See.
Wednesday 12 September AM:
General Papal Audience
Join Symposium Delegates and ACU Staff at a General Papal Audience in St Peter's Square.
Wednesday 12 September PM:
Meeting Senior Vatican Curia
An opportunity to meet and network with Cruia from Dicasteries and Holy See's Secretariat of State.
Thursday 13 September:
Symposium @ ACU Rome Campus
Join Father Dennis Holtschneider (Executive Vice President and Chief Operations Officer for Ascension USA) and others in an expert discussion forum on the strategic and operational issues in implementing patient-centred healthcare
Friday 14 September:
Morning Mass at the Tomb of St Peter at the Basilica followed by a guided tour of sites of religious significance.
Saturday 15 September:
15 September, 2018
Optional Guided Tour of Assisi
Enjoy a personal and spiritual guided tour of the medieval town of Assisi, including the Basilica of St. Francis. Please indicate your interest in this additional event during registration so that further information can be forwarded to you. Additional charges apply.
The symposium will commence on the evening of Tuesday 11 September 2018 and will conclude in the afternoon of Friday 14 September 2018.
The optional Assisi Tour commences on Saturday 15 September 2018 (details to be provided to interested attendees).
ACU Rome Campus Via Garibaldi 28, 00153 Roma, Italia
Flights and transfers are the responsibility of the participant and are not included in program fees.
ACU Rome Campus is located on the Janiculum Hill between the historic neighbourhood of Trastevere below and the modern neighbourhood of Monteverde above. Both are within walking distance of the Campus and are very safe neighbourhoods. Trastevere is especially known for its restaurants and lively night life.
The neighbourhoods of St. Peter’s (Borgo), Piazza Navona, Pantheon, and the Ghetto are all easily accessible from the Rome Campus.