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Tuesday 7 June—Satellite events

1900-2230

AAAPC Dinner

Wednesday 8 June—Satellite events

0730-0845

Heads of Department meeting
NPS MedicineWise Breakfast Meeting

Thursday 9 June—Satellite events

0730-0845

AAAPC Annual General Meeting

Tuesday 7 June 2016

1930-2230

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

Wednesday 8 June 2016—PHC Research Conference

0730-0845

 

Morning Workshop 1
Fitzroy Room

Morning Workshop 2
Murray Room

NPS MedicineWise Breakfast Meeting
Swan Room

Heads of Department Meeting (invited event)
Torrens Room

Motivational interviewing (MI) in primary health care: Developing and maintaining best practice to facilitate and maintain health behaviour change

Program Evaluation: The jargon explained

Presenter: Adrian Schoo

Presenter: Dana Cross

0800-1730

Registration open

0800-1700

Speakers' preparation centre open

0800-1700

Exhibition and poster display open

0930-1000

Opening session
— Welcome by Convenor: Christina Hagger
— Acknowledgement of Country
— Official opening: Minister for Health, The Hon Sussan Ley MP
— PHCRIS update: Ellen McIntyre, Richard Reed, Michael Kidd

1000-1100

Plenary 1 PHCRIS: Reform and innovation in PHC policy and practice
— Speaker: Steve Hambleton, former Chair of the Primary Health Care Advisory Group
— Speaker: Janet Quigley, Commonwealth Department of Health

1100-1130

Morning tea

1130-1300

PHN Symposium 1
Ballroom

Symposium 1
Fitzroy Room

Concurrent papers 1
Murray Room

Research Policy Conversation (invited event)
Swan Room

Concurrent papers 2
Torrens Room

Commissioning: Concepts, elements and approaches

Getting to grips with grants: Navigating research funding models in Australia

Complex and chronic conditions: Improving outcomes

Primary health care workforce

Speakers: Jason Trethowan, Leanne Wells, Matt Jones,
Chair: Suzanne Robinson

Presenters: David Lyle, Siaw-Teng Liaw, Antonio Penna, Lauren Davidson

Chair: Phyllis Lau
Assistant Chair: Phoebe Holdenson-Kimura

Speakers: Jane Hall, Mark Booth 
Facilitator: Kerri Kellett
Chair: Gerard Gill
Assistant Chair: Ashlyn Sahay

1300-1400

Lunch

1315-1345

AAAPC Lunchtime session: Mark Booth
Ballroom

1400-1530

Workshop 1
Ballroom

Concurrent papers 3
Fitzroy Room

Concurrent papers 4
Murray Room

Workshop 2
Swan Room

Concurrent papers 5
Torrens Room

Moving into the ‘patient centred medical home’ —reforming Australian general practice

Mental health care

Research perspectives on commissioning

Knowledge exchange, research translation and implementation (KERTI)—building skills and mutual understanding

Co-creation/KTE: Productive connections

Presenters: Beres Wenck, Roald Versteeg

Chair: Nick Zwar
Assistant Chair: Liz Sturgiss
Chair: Helen Dickinson
Assistant Chair: Clare Bayram

Presenters: Christina Hagger, Kerri Kellett

Chair: Helena Britt
Assistant Chair: Akil Islam

1530-1615

Afternoon tea & poster walk
Themes: Research methodologies and methodsChildren and young people's healthRemote and rural healthIndigenous healthMigrant and refugee healthMental health care

1530-1615 CRE Meeting (invited event)
Boardroom 1

1615-1715

Plenary 2: Why primary health care matters to private health insurance
— Chair: Jane Hall
— Speaker: Dr Andrew Wilson, Medibank Private
— Speaker: Dr Shaun Larkin, HCF

1730-1900

Conference Meet & Greet
Main Foyer

1900-2230

Conference Networking Dinner
Exhibition Hall

Thursday 9 June 2016

0730-0845

AAAPC AGM
Murray Room

0800-1730

Registration open

0800-1700

Speakers’ preparation centre open

0800-1600

Exhibition and poster display open

0900-1030

Plenary 3 AAAPC: Stimulating PHC research and practice
— Chair: Grant Russell
— Speaker: Stimulating PHC research and practice, Cassandra Goldie, Australian Council of Social Service
— Speaker: Stimulating PHC research and practice, Claire Jackson, Professor in General Practice, University of Queensland
— Distinguished Paper: Overcoming clinical inertia in primary care based transition to insulin to improve outcomes in type 2 diabetes: Results of the Stepping Up cluster randomised controlled trialJohn Furler

1030-1115

Morning tea & poster walk
Themes: Children and young people's healthHealthy ageingPrimary health care workforceWomen's and men's healthKnowledge exchange and translation

1115-1300

PHN Symposium 2
Ballroom

Workshop 3
Fitzroy Room

Concurrent papers 6
Murray Room

Concurrent papers 7
Swan Room

Workshop 4
Torrens Room

Commissioning: Partnerships to create a Multiplier Effect

Co-creation: How do we bridge the chasm between good intentions to involve consumers in research and embedded practice?

PHC partnerships matter

 

Student presentations: The future of PHC research

 

KE Insights (for Early Career Researchers)

Speakers: Jason Trethowan, Marianne Shearer, Vlad Aleksandric, John Ord
Chair: Alison Verhoeven

Presenters: Leanne Wells, Claire Jackson, Anne McKenzie

Chair: Virginia Lewis
Assistant Chair: Susan Thomas
Chair: Felicity Goodyear-Smith
Assistant Chair: Mario Termine

Presenters: Christina Hagger, Kerri Kellett, Amanda Carne

1300-1400

Lunch

1300-1345

Lunchtime session—Early Career Networking
Murray Room

1300-1345

Lunchtime session—Familial Hypercholesterolaemia: innovative approach to future management: Tom Brett
Fitzroy Room

1400-1530

PHN Symposium 3
Ballroom

Symposium 2
Fitzroy Room

Workshop 5
Murray Room

Concurrent papers 8
Swan Room

Workshop 6
Torrens Room

Commissioning: Strategies for impact in mental health

Harnessing allied health in the primary care system

“Does this seem surprising to you?” Learning how to contextualise international data with a mixed methods knowledge exchange approach

Technology and telehealth

 

KE Insights (for Mid-Career Researchers)

Speakers: Margaret Grigg, Caroline Johnson, William Campos
Chair: David Butt 

Speakers: Saravana Kumar, Kirsty Douglas, Natasha Cole

Presenters: Grant Russell, Virginia Lewis, Mark Harris, Riki Lane

Chair: Linda Kurti
Assistant Chair: Pippa Burns

Presenters: Christina Hagger, Kerri Kellett, Julie Marker, Amanda Carne

1530-1600

Afternoon tea

1600-1645

Drawing it all together
— Speaker: Erica Kneipp, Commonwealth Department of Health
— Speaker: Tony Hobbs, Commonwealth Department of Health
— Speaker: Richard Reed, Department of General Practice, Flinders University

1645-1700

Closing session
— Chair: Christina Hagger
— Awards: PHCRIS Best poster, People’s choice poster, Best presentation by a student, AAAPC Prize for best paper from a first-time presenter, AIPC/AJPH Prize for best research paper.
— Announcements

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