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2014 PHC Research Conference

Integrating knowledge exchange to improve primary health care outcomes

2014 PHC Research Conference - Integrating knowledge exchange to improve primary health care outcomes

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The 2014 PHC Research Conference was held from 23–25 July 2014 at the National Convention Centre, Canberra. The theme, Integrating knowledge exchange to improve primary health care outcomes, sought to foster a culture in which knowledge exchange becomes automatic, a part of core business for everyone who wants to contribute to the improvement of primary health care outcomes. The value of any evidence is enhanced when the key stakeholders work together with a common purpose that encourages them to capitalise, from the outset, on their different perspectives, expertise and skills. Such a focus on partnerships and co-creation of knowledge can become a part of ‘the way we do things here’.

The PHC Research Conference is the place to foster such a culture of knowledge exchange. The Primary Health Care Research & Information Service (PHCRIS) understands the importance of bringing people with different skill sets together so they can have the initial face-to-face communications that underpin the development of trust and collaboration.

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keynote speakers

Nancy Edwards, RN, PhD, FCAHS

Nancy Edwards, RN, PhD, FCAHS
Scientific Director, Institute of Population and Public Health Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Professor, School of Nursing University of Ottawa

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Jeannie Haggerty, PhD

Jeannie Haggerty, PhD
Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine, McGill University, Canada

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Gawaine Powell Davies

Associate Professor Gawaine Powell Davies
CEO, Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity, University of New South Wales

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featured speakers

Nick Goodwin

Dr Nick Goodwin PhD
CEO, International Foundation for Integrated Care, UK

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BREAKFAST SESSION: FRIDAY 07:30–08:45
Making a Success of Integrated Care to People with Complex Physical and Mental Health Needs: Lessons from Around the World

Felicity Goodyear-Smith

Professor Felicity Goodyear-Smith
Professor and Goodfellow Postgraduate Chair, Department of General Practice & Primary Health Care, Faculty of Medical Health Science, University of Auckland

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PLENARY 3 AAAPC Award for Most Distinguished Paper: FRIDAY 9:00–10:30AM
A family approach towards increasing exercise and healthier eating

CONFERENCE SECRETARIAT

For queries concerning the Conference, please contact the Conference Secretariat:
Conference Logistics
Acting as agent for PHCRIS
PO Box 6150
Kingston ACT 2604
Phone: 02 6281 6624
Fax: 02 6285 1336
Email: phc2014conference@conlog.com.au

 

PHCRIS Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute Australian Association for Academic Primary Care
Key dates

28 February 2014
Closing date for abstracts
NOW CLOSED


2 April 2014
Notification of acceptance of abstracts
NOW COMPLETED


9 May 2014
Sponsored delegate applications close
NOW CLOSED
Notification from Monday 26 May


30 May 2014
Early bird registration closes
NOW CLOSED


23–25 July 2014
PHC Research Conference


2014 PHC Research Conference

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