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Conference Program - Sunday, 22 August


Abstracts and presentations of selected contributions at the conference are available below:

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SUNDAY, 22 AUGUST
9.00am - 10.30pm Session 5 - Are You Remotely Interested in... Mental Health
Chair: Marek Klein
Keynote Presentations:
  Mr Graeme Cowan PowerPoint Presentation
  Dr Lisa Wright PowerPoint Presentation
10.30pm - 11.00pm Morning Tea
11.00am - 12.300pm Session 6A - Are You Remotely Interested in... Community Safety
Chair: Stephanie King
Capturing meaningful injury data and supporting safety initiatives at a community level
    Ruth Barker
Paper Abstract PowerPoint Presentation
Dealing with the legacy of demonstration projects
    Lynette Drew
Paper Abstract PowerPoint Presentation
Stepping up community rehabilitation for brain injury in Queensland: An introduction to the STEPS program
    Ben Turner
Paper Abstract PowerPoint Presentation
Evaluation of home lead remediation in an Australian mining community
    Margaret Lesjak
Paper Abstract PowerPoint Presentation
11.00pm - 12.30pm Session 6B - Are You Remotely Interested in... Health Partnerships & Models
Chair: Lisa Crossland
Integrating evidence into policy and sustainable service delivery: The 'wobbly hub and double spokes' model
    Craig Veitch
Paper Abstract PowerPoint Presentation
District partnerships to improve the patient journey
    Elizabeth Gallard
Paper Abstract PowerPoint Presentation
Barriers to mental health education in rural and remote communities; experiences from Cape York and Torres Strait
    Scott Trueman
Paper Abstract PowerPoint Presentation
Growing a health workforce for regional Queensland: current and future strategies to improve workforce shortage and maldistribution
    Sarah Larkins
Paper Abstract PowerPoint Presentation
Rural and remote retention - does anyone know?
    Dennis Pashen
Paper Abstract PowerPoint Presentation
12.30pm - 1.30pm Lunch
1.30pm - 3.000pm Session 7A - Ae You Remotely Interested in... Research?
Facilitator: Kristin McBain-Rigg
Patient perceptions of the roles and skills of allied health professionals
    Lisa Crossland
Paper Abstract PowerPoint Presentation
Red cell properties as potential indicators of cardiovascular disease in rural Australians: a study proposal
    Michael Simmonds
Paper Abstract PowerPoint Presentation
Increasing access to PHC services for underserved populations: what are the research priorities?
    Sarah Larkins
Paper Abstract PowerPoint Presentation
School Nurses for Queensland primary school kids: The role and scope of practice of registered nurses, employed by Queensland Health, who work with primary school aged children
    Karina Baigrie
Paper Abstract PowerPoint Presentation
What are the benefits of community participation in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health?
    Robyn Preston
Paper Abstract PowerPoint Presentation
1.30pm - 3.000pm Session 7B - Ae You Remotely Interested in... Health Education?
Chair: Stephanie De La Rue
Evolution of a primary care research network North Queensland Practice Based Research Network
    Tracy Cheffins
Paper Abstract PowerPoint Presentation
Socially accountable medical education: what does this mean for rural, remote and Indigenous health
    Robyn Preston
Paper Abstract PowerPoint Presentation
Creating pathways between rural and remote students and health professional careers
    Sue Gorton
Unique challenges in site coordination of a remote campus
    Helen Dries
Paper Abstract PowerPoint Presentation
Emergency training of a multidisciplinary team in the bush
    Ulrich Orda
Paper Abstract PowerPoint Presentation
3.00pm - 3.20pm Session 8 - Discussion of Outcomes and Closing Address
Facilitator: Dennis Pashen
3.20pm - 3.50pm Afternoon Tea



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