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2014 PHC Research Conference: Preliminary program

Integrating knowledge exchange to improve primary health care outcomes

conference program & abstracts online

Available in a printer friendly PDF


Tuesday 22 July 2014

0900‑1700

Satellite Knowledge Exchange Capacity Building Workshop for Higher Degree Students (including Honours)

0900–1700

GPET Research

1630‑1930

Registration open

1800–1930

Welcome Reception [National Convention Centre]

1930

Medicare Locals Dinner [Wagamama (Japanese restaurant and noodle bar), Canberra Centre, Bunda St]

1930

Newcomers Dinner [CBD Dumpling House, Canberra Centre, Scotts Crossing, Bunda St]

Wednesday 23 July 2014

0745–0845

Knowledge Exchange Breakfast

0800–1730

Registration open

0800–1730

Exhibition & poster display open

0800–1730

Speakers’ preparation centre open

0900–0950

Opening session

—Chair: Ellen McIntyre

—Welcome by Convenor: Christina Hagger

—Welcome to Country: Aunty Jannette Phillips, Ngunnawal Elder

—Official opening

—Launch of Snapshot of Australian primary health care research 2014

0950–1100

PHCRIS Plenary 1

—Keynote: Research, policy and practice: What now?—Gawaine Powell Davies

—Panel: Kim Boyer, Jane Gunn, Christine Walker, Jennifer Doggett, Chris Brook

—Discussion

1100–1145

Morning tea

1105–1135

3-minute poster presentations
Chair: Ellen McIntyre

Knowledge exchange and translation

Indigenous health

1145–1245

Symposium 1

Symposium 2

Symposium 3

Symposium 4

Concurrent papers 1

Concurrent papers 2

Seminal data on the role of GPs in facilitating return to work following compensable injuries: What are the implications for policy, clinical practice and future research?

The Kimberley research model: Embedding research into Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services (ACCHS)

Coordinated primary health care for refugees: A best practice framework for Australia

Paramedics as primary care providers

Local planning

Shared information systems

Danielle Mazza, Rasa Ruseckaite, Nabita Singh

Julia Marley, Stephanie Trust, Vicki O'Donnell, Therese Kitaura, David Atkinson

Grant Russell, Mark Harris, I-Hao Cheng, Margaret Kay

Matthew Smith, Louise Smith

   

1245–1415

Lunch and topic tables

1300–1400

Establishing the ACT Healthy Weight Initiative—ACT Chief Minister and Health Minister Katy Gallagher

1300–1315

3-minute poster presentations
Chair: Grant Russell

Preventive health and hospital avoidance

1415–1545

Futures café 1

Workshop 1

Workshop 2

Concurrent papers 3

Concurrent papers 4

Concurrent papers 5

Raising and supporting the value of PHC implementation research, through networks and wider engagement

Research collaboration utilising the Australian Primary Care Research Network (APCReN)

Developmental evaluation: More than post-assessment of primary health programs

Preventive health 1

Indigenous health

Screening and risk assessment

Deborah Turnbull, Andrew Bazemore, Robert Phillips, Claire Jackson, Suzanne Robinson, Terry Findlay

Meredith Temple-Smith, Nicholas Zwar, Oliver Frank, Dimity Pond

Jacqueline Milne

     

1545–1615

Afternoon tea

Poster session (even numbers)

1550–1600

Launch of Remote Primary Health Care Manuals: John Wakerman

1600–1610

Launch of Evaluation of imaging ordering by general practitioners in Australia: Graeme Miller

1615–1730

Futures café 1 continued

Concurrent papers 6

Concurrent papers 7

Concurrent papers 8

Concurrent papers 9

Concurrent papers 10

Raising and supporting the value of PHC implementation research, through networks and wider engagement

Diabetes strategies and experiences

Healthy ageing

Education and training

Using data to make a difference

Building capacity in primary health care 1

Deborah Turnbull, Andrew Bazemore, Robert Phillips, Claire Jackson, Suzanne Robinson, Terry Findlay

         

1730–1830

NPS MedicineWise cocktail event—by invitation

1745–1845

AAAPC AGM

1930

AAAPC Dinner [Ottoman Cuisine, 9 Broughton St, Barton]

Thursday 24 July 2014

0700–0800

GPET breakfast meeting—by invitation

0730–0845

Breakfast session: Early career mentoring breakfast for students and early career researchers

0730–0845

Breakfast session: AAAPC Heads of Department—by invitation

0800–1730

Registration open

0800–1730

Exhibition & poster display open

0800–1730

Speakers’ preparation centre open

0815–0845

Meet and greet topic tables - bring your coffee!

0900–1030

APHCRI Plenary 2

—Chair: Terry Findlay

—Keynote: Contexts, systems and networks: Key considerations in joining up and integrating implementation research to improve population health outcomes - Nancy Edwards

1030–1115

Morning tea

Poster session (odd numbers)

1035–1105

3-minute poster presentations
Chair: Christine Walker

Integrated health systems and services

Chronic conditions and multimorbidity—what might work?

Healthy ageing

1115–1230

Concurrent papers 11

Concurrent papers 12

Concurrent papers 13

Concurrent papers 14

Concurrent papers 15

Concurrent papers 16

Building capacity in primary health care 2

Clinical issues in Indigenous health

Aged care in the community and residential facilities

Models of integration

Preventive health 2

Perceptions and practices in women’s health

1230–1400

Lunch and topic tables

1245–1345

AAAPC: How can Primary Health Care Organisations support research?—Mark Booth

1245–1300

3-minute poster presentations
Chair: Kim Boyer

Research methodologies and methods

Theories of primary health care

1400–1530

Futures café 2

Futures café 3

Workshop 3

Concurrent papers 17

Concurrent papers 18

Concurrent papers 19

Is research performance measurement an opportunity for primary health care research?

Transforming PHC organisations to improve access to appropriate care in Australia and Canada: An opportunity to share knowledge and experiences

Knowledge translation: A roadmap to improving primary healthcare outcomes

Migrant health

General practice workforce

Rural health

Deborah Turnbull, Nicholas Zwar, Chris van Weel, Tim Dyke, Nancy Edwards

Grant Russell, Mark Harris, Jean-Frederic Levesque, Virgina Lewis

Tamika Heiden

     

1530–1600

Afternoon tea

1535–1550

3-minute poster presentations
Chair: Charlotte Hespe

Primary health care workforce

Children and young people’s health

Migrant and refugee health

1600–1700

Futures café 2 continued

Futures café 3 continued

Concurrent papers 20

Concurrent papers 21

Concurrent papers 22

Concurrent papers 23

Is research performance measurement an opportunity for primary health care research?

Transforming PHC organisations to improve access to appropriate care in Australia and Canada: An opportunity to share knowledge and experiences

Implications of multimorbidity

Cultural perspectives

Integration at work

Quality improvement

Deborah Turnbull, Nicholas Zwar, Chris van Weel, Tim Dyke, Nancy Edwards

Grant Russell, Mark Harris, Jean-Frederic Levesque, Virgina Lewis

 

 

 

 

1900–2300

Conference Dinner [The Boat House by the Lake, Menindee Dr, Grevillea Park, Barton]

Friday 25 July 2014

0730–0845

Breakfast session: Making a Success of Integrated Care to People with Complex Physical and Mental Health Needs: Lessons from Around the World—Nick Goodwin

0730–0845

Refugee Health Network of Australia breakfast meeting—by invitation

0800–1600

Registration open

0800–1330

Exhibition & poster display open

0800–1600

Speakers’ preparation centre open

0815–0845

On track for 2020? Six years to 2020 and counting—topic tables—bring your own coffee

0900–1030

AAAPC Plenary 3

—Chair: Nicholas Zwar

—Keynote: Patient engagement: a disruptive innovation in knowledge translation and research—Jeannie Haggerty

—Most Distinguished Paper: A family approach towards increasing exercise and healthier eatingFelicity Goodyear-Smith

—Discussion

1030–1100

Morning tea

1035–1050

3-minute poster presentations
Chair: Louise Stone

Primary health care workforce

1100–1230

Workshop 4

Workshop 5

Workshop 6

Concurrent papers 24

Concurrent papers 25

Concurrent papers 26

Obesity prevention and management: Identifying needs and tailoring strategies in Medicare Locals and practices

Defining New National Practice Standards for Nurses in Australian General Practice

Using routinely collected general practice data to inform practice and policy: What do we have now, where do we need to go and how are we going to get there?

Developments in primary health care research

Knowledge exchange strategies

PHC strategies in mental health

Mark Harris, Catherine Spooner, Nigel Stocks, Elizabeth Denney-Wilson, Nighat Faruqi

Elizabeth Halcomb

Danielle Mazza

     

1230–1330

Farewell Networking Lunch

1235–1320

APHCRI CRE—by invitation

1330–1430

Symposium 5

Symposium 6

Symposium 7

Concurrent papers 27

Concurrent papers 28

Concurrent papers 29

How do we better involve stakeholders in PHC research?

When interventions change: How evaluation contributed to the evolution of a system wide chronic disease management program

The BBQ on offer is bulk-billing quality

Children and youth

Issues of financing

Weight management

Deborah Turnbull, Anne MacFarlane, Erica Kneipp, Rosie Beardsley, Lisa Crossland

Gawaine Powell Davies, Julie McDonald, Anne-Marie Feyer

Jane Gall, Derek Wooff, Robert Campbell, Elizabeth Kennedy, Georgia Von Guttner, Jane Rinaldi

 

 

 

1430–1530

Plenary 4

—Keynote: Research, policy and practice: what next? - Gawaine Powell Davies

—Panel: Mark Booth, Terry Findlay, Ellen McIntyre, Meg Morris

—Discussion

1530–1600

 

Awards and closing

—Chair: Christina Hagger

—Awards:

PHCRIS Best poster
People’s choice poster
AAAPC Prize for best paper from a first-time presenter
AIPC/AJPH Prize for best research paper

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