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Thank you to the 2015 PHC Research Conference delegates who completed the conference evaluation. Your feedback assists us to plan future conferences and helps our understanding of the value of conferences to researchers.

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The heart of the national PHC ecosystem was fully engaged at the 2015 PHC Research Conference in Adelaide. Some 394 people made the most of this opportunity for research users (policy advisors, practitioners, consumer representatives, health managers and students) to interact face-to-face with researchers. In keeping with the conference theme, PHC Research Matters, their discussions curated the latest high quality, peer-reviewed research into policy and practice contexts.

The online evaluation was completed by 132 (33%) delegates who valued the opportunities offered at the conference for knowledge exchange, raising the profile of projects and organisations, hearing different perspectives and networking. One respondent noted that “it was good to get a 360 degree perspective on issues from policy, practice, research and consumers”. The conference was seen as “inspiring and motivating” and “the lead conference event for PHC issues, with something for everyone”.

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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