2014 PHC Research Conference
Integrating knowledge exchange to improve primary health care outcomes
Thank you to the 2014 PHC Research Conference delegates who completed the conference evaluation. PHCRIS has donated to the RFDS 'Buy the Sky' on your behalf and “purchased” 19 unique 1km square patches of sky of specific coordinates along nominated Royal Flying Doctors’ flight paths. Donations will be used to assist the Royal Flying Doctor Service provide essential healthcare to thousands of people who live, work or travel in remote, rural and regional Australia. Thank you for keeping the Flying Doctor flying.
On the Adelaide to Renmark flight path
On the Adelaide to Port Lincoln flight path
On the Adelaide to Mount Gambier flight path
On the Port Augusta to Ceduna flight path
Latitude -29.2751º Longitude 138.39º
Latitude -29.2662º Longitude 138.392º
Latitude -29.2573º Longitude 138.394º
The importance of a return on investment from research formed the heart of the knowledge exchange theme for the 2014 PHC Research Conference. It set the framework for stimulating and productive discussions for over 450 delegates from 165 different organisations who attended from across Australia, the UK, New Zealand, Canada, Iran, Japan and Hong Kong.
The online evaluation was completed by 187 (42%) delegates who appreciated the program content, new ideas and networking opportunities. The conference was seen as a ‘great learning and sharing opportunity’ as well as an ‘enjoyable but professional conference, very welcoming’. As one respondent noted, ‘if engaged in PHC research this is the best conference to attend’.
For more feedback and comments about the workshops, plenary sessions, concurrent paper sessions and other aspects of this conference, please view the full conference evaluation report.
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Associated PHCRIS infonet articles are available in the Media centre
28 February 2014
Closing date for abstracts
2 April 2014
Notification of acceptance of abstracts
9 May 2014
Sponsored delegate applications close
Notification from Monday 26 May
30 May 2014
Early bird registration closes
23–25 July 2014
PHC Research Conference