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2011 PHC Research Conference: Program

Conference program & abstracts online

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Tuesday 12 July 2011

6.00-8.00

Registration open

6.00-8.00

Welcome reception

Plaza Gallery, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Wednesday 13 July 2011

8.00-5.30

Registration open

8.00-5.30

Speakers' preparation room open

10.00-12.00

PHCRIS Plenary 1 - Inspirations

- Chair: Ellen McIntyre

- Welcome to country: Aunty Valda Coolwell Minjerribah

- Official opening: The Hon Mark Butler MP, Minister for Mental Health and Ageing

- Launch of Snapshot of Australian primary health care research 2011: The Hon Mark Butler MP

- Keynote: Dr Dame Claire Bertschinger - Moving Mountains: Making a Difference

12.00-1.30

Lunch & topic tables

12.15-1.15

AAAPC Heads of Department Meeting (closed)

1.30-3.00

Concurrent papers1

Concurrent
papers2

Concurrent papers3

Concurrent
papers4

Concurrent papers5

Concurrent
papers6

Cardiovascular matters

Preventative health

Consumer perspectives 1

Migrant & refugee health

Nursing in primary health care

Solutions

3.00-3.30

Afternoon tea

3.30-5.00

Concurrent papers7

Concurrent
papers8

Concurrent papers9

Concurrent papers10

Concurrent papers11

Concurrent
papers12

Chronic disease management

Collaborations 1

Consumer perspectives 2

Indigenous health

Remote & rural health 1

Women's health

5.00-7.00

PHCRIS Poster reception
Join us for drinks and nibbles as you browse through the posters and chat with the authors about their work (included in registration)

5.00-7.00

RHeaNA - Refugee Health Network of Australia - members only

7.30

AAAPC Dinner - era BISTRO, Cnr Melbourne & Merivale Sts, South Brisbane

 

 

Thursday 14 July 2011

7.30-8.45

Breakfast session

- YHRIG: Youth Health Research Interest Group [PDF:875KB] - Facilitator: Melissa Kang

- Meet the Editor of the MJA [PDF:18 KB]- Facilitators: Annette Katelaris, Marie Pirotta, Mieke van Driel (Sponsored by MJA & RACGP)

8.00-5.30

Registration open

8.00-5.30

Speakers' preparation room open

9.00-10.30

AAAPC Plenary 2 - Collaborations

- Chair: Dimity Pond

- Keynote: Professor Kim Bennell - Reducing the burden of osteoarthritis: a 'joint' effort

- Distinguished paper presentation:
A cluster randomised controlled trial of nurse and General Practitioner partnership for care of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease - Professor Nicholas Zwar

- Launch of Researching Indigenous health a practical guide for researchers: Gail Garvey, Menzies School of Health Research

10.30-11.00

Morning tea

11.00-12.30

Workshop1

Workshop2

Workshop3

Workshop4

Workshop5

Workshop6: Part 1

Skills workshop: how to undertake a systematic review

When are you ready to do a phase III trial?

How can primary health care harness the opportunities of the digital media age?

An outcomes framework for comprehensive primary health care services and organisations

The Rapid Response process: how to survive and prosper

Practice-based and multi-disciplinary networks: reservoirs for a decade of capacity building

Workshop booklet [PDF:1.12MB]

Chris Del Mar et al

Marie Pirotta et al

Melissa Sweet

Gawaine Powell Davies et al

Kathryn Dwan et al

Dimity Pond

12.30-2.00

Lunch & topic tables

12.45-1.45

AAAPC Meeting - Medicare Locals

2.00-3.30

Concurrent paper13

Concurrent
papers14

Concurrent papers15

Concurrent
paper16

Concurrent papers17

Workshop6: Part 2

CDM: Patient

Children & health care

About GPs

Models of care

Primary care practitioners

Practice-based and multi-disciplinary networks: reservoirs for a decade of capacity building

3.30-4.00

Afternoon tea

4.00-5.00

Symposia1

Symposia2

Symposia3

Symposia4

Symposia5

Symposia6

Breaking new ground in Australian primary health care reform: APHCRI Centres of Research Excellence collaborations finding solutions to hard questions

Optimising primary care management of hypertension in Australia: Insights from the Valsartan intensified primary care reduction of blood pressure (VIPER-BP) study

Patient safety in primary health care

The 5As of lifestyle interventions in primary health care

Chronic disease self-management (CDSM): A viable health care strategy for older Australians?

Today's Medicare, tomorrow's world: the impact of population ageing on Medicare's chronic disease management and mental health care programs

Dagmar Ceramidas et al

Simon Stewart et al

Naomi Poole et al

Mark Harris et al

Richard Reed et al

Michael Taylor et al

5.15-6.15

AAAPC AGM

7.00 for 7.30-midnight

Conference Dinner - The Strand at Rugby Quay, 123 Eagle St, Brisbane

 

 

Friday 15 July 2011

8.00-5.00

Registration open

8.00-4.00

Speakers' preparation room open

9.00-10.30

APHCRI Plenary 3 - Solutions

- APHCRI presentation: International learning on increasing the value and effectiveness of primary care

- Speakers: Robert Wells, Claire Jackson & Caroline Nicholson

10.30-11.00

Morning tea

11.00-12.30

Concurrent paper 18

Concurrent
papers19

Concurrent papers20

Concurrent
papers21

Concurrent papers22

Concurrent
papers23

Diabetes

Collaborations 2

Education & training

Knowledge exchange & translation

Remote & rural health 2

Young people & health care

12.30-1.30

Lunch

1.30-3.00

Concurrent papers24

Concurrent
papers25

Concurrent papers26

Concurrent
papers27

Concurrent papers28

Concurrent
papers29

Type 2 Diabetes

Health systems & services

Older people

Primary health care in all forms

Self management

Mental health services

3.00-4.00

Q&A comes to the Conference: PHC research to improve care and patient outcomes

- Facilitator: Philip Davies / Panel: Megan Morris, Claire Jackson, Faye McMillan, Stephen McKernan, Emil Djakic

Awards & Closing
- Chair: Christina Hagger
PHCRIS Best Poster (Ellen McIntyre), AAAPC First Time Presenter (Jon Emery), AJPH Prize for Best Paper or Symposium (Libby Kalucy), Thank you and launch of 2012 PHC Research Conference

4.00-6.00

APHCRI CRE Seminar: Applying microsystem concepts to improving the quality and safety of primary care in Australia [PDF:18 KB]

 

2011 PHC Research Conference: Program