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Tuesday 28 July 2015—Satellite events

0830-1630

APHCRI Workshop: Consumer and community participation in primary health care research
Adelaide Convention Centre
Register for the workshop: www.eventbrite.com.au/e/consumer-and-communityparticipation-in-primary-health-care-research-tickets-16135245955
Please refer to flyer for more information.

Friday 31 July 2015—Satellite events

0730-0845

KERTI Breakfast Workshop [KE knowledge exchange; RT research translation; I implementation] network

Wednesday 29 July 2015—PHC Research Conference

0900-1800

Registration open

0900-1800

Exhibition & poster display open

0900-1700

Speakers’ preparation centre open

1000-1030

Opening session
—Chair: Ellen McIntyre
—Welcome by Convenor: Christina Hagger
—Welcome to Country
—Official opening

1030-1200

APHCRI Plenary 1
—Chair: Deb Turnbull
—Keynote: What are the benefits of engaging consumers into the research process?Beth Wilson
—Panellists: Mark Booth, Alison Verhoeven, Debra Kay

1200-1330

Lunch & topic tables

1215-1315

AAAPC Lunch Session—What matters in Primary Health Care Research? A policy perspectiveMark Booth

1330-1500

AAAPC Plenary 2
—Chair: Nick Zwar
—Distinguished Paper: A novel colorectal cancer risk prediction tool (CRISP): is it acceptable and feasible in Australian primary care clinics?Jennifer Walker
—Keynote: Research the right way: Engaging indigenous communitiesNgaire Kerse
—Speaker: Wellbeing Framework—Elaine Kite
—Panellists: Rangimarie Mules, Anna Rolleston

1500-1530

Afternoon tea

1530-1700

PHCRIS Plenary 3
—Chair: Ellen McIntyre
PHC Research Matters-Researcher perspectives
—Panellists: Anne Kelso, Michael Kidd, David Lyle

—3 minute presentation with PDF of poster

1700-1830

Welcome reception amongst the posters - PHCRIS celebrates

1900-2230

AAAPC Dinner

Thursday 30 July 2015

0730-0845

Breakfast session: Heads of Department meeting by invitation

0800-1730

Registration open

0800-1730

Exhibition & poster display open

0800-1730

Speakers’ preparation centre open

0900-1030

Workshop 1

Workshop 2

Concurrent papers 1

Concurrent papers 2

Concurrent papers 3

Project design and practical strategies for involving vulnerable populations in research, evaluation and development activities

Better policies, better research: does critical thinking provide the answer?

Children and young people

Technology

Health service usage

Presenters: Sarah Pollock, Ann Taket

Presenters: Peter Orpin, Kim Boyer, Alexandra King, Judi Walker, Matthew Carroll, Brendon Davidson

 

 

 

1030-1115

Morning tea & poster walk

1115-1245

Workshop 4

Workshop 3

Concurrent papers 4

Concurrent papers 5

Concurrent papers 6

Agents of Change—A knowledge exchange mindset for emerging researchers

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Building meaningful and sustained partnerships between research groups and health service provider organisations

Environment, funding and workforce

Population ageing

Rural, regional and remote PHC

Presenters: Christina Hagger, Amanda Carne, Lynsey Brown, Jodie Oliver-Baxter

Presenters: Gawaine Powell Davies, Grant Russell, Learne Durrington

 

 

 

1245-1415

Lunch & topic tables

1300-1400

Early Career Networking Lunch

1315-1335

3 minute presentation with PDF of poster

1415-1545

Workshop 4 cont.

Workshop 5

Concurrent papers 7

Concurrent papers 8

Concurrent papers 9

Agents of Change—A knowledge exchange mindset for emerging researchers

Big data in primary care—how should it be governed?

Consumer perspectives

Integration

Managing cancer

 

Presenters: Siaw-Teng Liaw, Douglas Boyle, Christopher Pearce, Helena Britt

 

 

 

1545-1630

Afternoon tea & poster walk

1630-1730

Symposium 1

Symposium 2

Symposium 3

Symposium 4

Concurrent papers 10

The Wellbeing Framework—Assisting PHC services to support the quality of life of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples living with chronic disease

Taking action to build health literacy capacity amongst the PHC and community service sector in the western metropolitan region of Melbourne

Sustaining a strong PHC research workforce in Australia

Avoidable GP-type emergency department presentations by older people: Findings from the REDIRECT study

Medication management

Presenters: Carol Davy, Elaine Kite

Presenters: Lucio Naccarella, Michal Morris, Gail O'Donnell, Joanne Richardson

Presenters: Jodie Oliver-Baxter, Lynsey Brown, Christopher Barton, Ellen McIntyre

Presenters: Danielle Mazza, Lyle Turner, Judy Lowthian, Julie Byles, Colette Browning, Bianca Brijnath, Khurshid Alam, Marianne Shearer, Christopher Pearce

 

1730-1830

AAAPC AGM

1900-2300

Conference dinner

Friday 31 July 2015

0730-0845

Breakfast session: KERTI Workshop Utilising research to improve PHC in Australia: developing the KERTI Community of Solutions [Knowledge exchange (KE), Research Translation (RT) and Implementation (I)

0800-1600

Registration open

0800-1600

Exhibition & poster display open

0800-1600

Speakers’ preparation centre open

0900-1030

Workshop 6

Workshop 7

Concurrent papers 11

Concurrent papers 12

Modelling the logic within a learning network—A workshop from the IMPACT collaboration

Research co-creation—making a difference at the coalface

Indigenous health

Education and training

Presenters: Grant Russell, Mark Harris, Jean-Fred Levesque, Virginia Lewis, Nigel Stocks, Jenny Advocate, Jennifer Hester, Jeannie Heggarty

Presenters: Claire Jackson, Lisa Crossland, Trish Greenhalgh

 

 

 

1030-1100

Morning tea

1035-1055

3 minute presentation with PDF of poster

1100-1230

Workshop 8

Workshop 9

Concurrent papers 13

Concurrent papers 14

Recruitment or collaboration—enhancing research by partnering with clinicians

Writing in plain language: how can this benefit research and researchers?

Nutrition and weight management

Knowledge exchange and collaboration

Presenters: Kirsty Douglas, Elizabeth Sturgiss, Sally Hall, Christine Phillips, Amanda Barnard

Presenters: Anne McKenzie, Lesley Russell

 

 

 

1230-1400

Lunch & topic tables

1245-1345

Centre for Research Excellence Lunch by invitation

1300-1320

3 minute presentation with PDF of poster

1400-1530

Research Policy Conversation
by invitation

Workshop 10

Concurrent papers 15

Concurrent papers 16

Qualitative methods in primary health care research—how to get it right

Mental health

Research in practice

Presenters: Ellen McIntyre, Christina Hagger, Emma Whitehead, Terry Findlay

Presenters: Tanisha Jowsey

 

 

 

1530-1600

Closing session
—Chair: Christina Hagger
—Facilitator: Luke Escombe
—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, 2015 Registrar Research Prize
—Announcements

 

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