CNSA 19th Annual Congress |12-14 May 2016 | Cairns Convention Centre | Bridging the gap - Distance, Culture, Workforce and Knowledge
William (Bill) Runciman

Professor William (Bill) Runciman

Bill Runciman is Professor of Patient Safety, at the University of South Australia, was Foundation Professor of Anaesthesia & Intensive Care at the University of Adelaide (1988 – 2007) and is President of the Australian Patient Safety Foundation.

He has published over 260 scientific papers/chapters and a book.  After 38 years in clinical practice, he is now undertaking full-time research into patient safety, the appropriateness of clinical care and classification & terminology for patient safety. He has been conferred the Pugh Award for his contribution to the science of anaesthesia, the Sidney Sax Medal for outstanding achievement in health services policy, organisation, delivery and research and the Robert Orton Medal in recognition of outstanding achievements in anaesthesia, and contributions  to developing and promoting patient safety both nationally and internationally. 

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