Program Schedule

The Conference will commence Wednesday 4 December, 2019 with plenary and concurrent sessions, concluding Friday 6 December. A pre-Conference Indigenous workshop and post-Conference workshops are planned and an optional networking function.

Preliminary Program Schedule

Tuesday 3 December 2019
13:00-16:30 Workshop 1: Achieving impact through research: An introduction to implementation science
09:00-16:00 Workshop 2: Indigenous Pre-Conference Hui (Workshop)
Wednesday 4 December, 2019
07:30 Registration
08:30 Plenary Session 1
Official Opening
Keynote 1 - Dr Ashley Bloomfield Director-General of Health and Chief Executive Officer, Ministry of Health, New Zealand
Keynote 2 - Dame Tariana Turia
10:35 Morning tea
11:05 Plenary Session 2
Keynote 3 - Dr. Carrie Bourassa IIPH Scientific Director, College of Medicine, Department of Community Health and Epidemiology, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Canada
12:05 Lunch
13:05-14:20 Concurrent sessions 1A-1G
1A Indigenous Symposium - Using health data to effect positive improvements in Maori health outcome
1B Health Pathways Symposium - Evaluation of the impact of HealthPathways on the design and integration of health services in Sydney Local Health District
1C Big Data Symposium - Use of big data and data linkage for health services research: feasibility, challenges and opportunities
1D Mental Health Symoposium - Development of a needs-based planning model for mental health services in Australia: the National Mental Health Service Planning Framework
1E Performance in Primary Care
1F Obesity Related Health Services
1G Vulnerable Populations
1H Health Economics
14:20 Afternoon tea
14:50 - 16:05 Concurrent Sessions 2A - 2I
2A Indigenous Symposium - Culturally safe health care for Indigenous women and families
2B Symposium - Local health services evaluation and decision-making: a framework and applied studies
2C Symposium - Integrated services to improve the health of Pacific peoples in Aotearoa New Zealand
2D Symposium - Establishing an Effective Research Partnership Between a University and a Local Health District
2E PROMS Symposium - What truly matters to patients? Improving the measurement of patient reported outcomes in clinical quality registries
2F Improving Primary Care Systems
2G Health Care Quality Interventions
2H Research Translation
2I Big Data
16:15 - 17:30 Concurrent Sessions 3A - 3I
3A 3-Minute Thesis Competition
3B Clinical Governance and Decision Making
3C E-Health
3D Hospital Admissions
3E Indigenous HSR
3F Indigenous HSR
3G Health System Inequities
3H Implementation
17:30 Welcome Reception and Poster Session
Thursday 5 December 2019
08:00 Registration
09:00 Plenary Session 3
Keynote 4 - Professor Richard Cookson Centre for Health Economics, University of York, UK
10:25 Morning tea
10:55 - 12:10 Concurrent Sessions 4A - 4C
4A Sub Plenary Symposium - Fundamentals of care: a framework to achieve equity in healthcare
4B Sub Plenary Symposium - Reducing unnecessary hospital admissions and complications HCF Foundation Session
4C Sub Plenary Symposium - Making an impact: Using integrated knowledge translation to build KT plans
12:10 Lunch
13:10 - 14:25 Concurrent Sessions 5A - 5I
5A Indigenous Symposium - Kaupapa Maori - research reforming health service: The Harti exemplar
5B Health Economincs
5C Symposium - Using levers for change to reduce unwarranted clinical variation- a conceptual model and examples from NSW.
5D Symposium - Developments in registry science
5E Symposium - Does continuity of primary care reduce potentially preventable hospital admissions?
5F Cancer Services
5G Methods
5H Symposium - Disruptive Innovations: Success stories from the Integrated Care Innovation Fund
5I Symposium - The potential of pharmacists to improve health outcomes & reduce inequities in Aotearoa
15:30 Afternoon tea
14:55 - 16:10 Concurrent Sessions 6A - 6I
6A Symposium - Women healing living the good life' Indigenous Women Defining and Directing a New Paradigm for HIV Health Policy and Services in Manitoba, Canada
6B Symposium - Prioritising health care - how to integrate differing public views
6C Symposium - Improving access and equity by reducing waiting time in community-based outpatient services: an evidence-based approach
6D Symposium - Leveraging electronic data sources to monitor the quality and outcomes of aged care services
6E Symposium - Influencing systems change to tackle childhood obesity: implementing a co-designed and culturally-tailored research program
6F Partnerships in Improvements: Patients, Providers and Researchers
6G Long Term Conditions
6H Symposium - From Startup to Sustainability: Insights from 23 integrated care initiatives
16:15-17:30 Concurrent Sessions 7A - 7I
7A Indigenous HSR
7B Helath Economics
7C ED Research
7D Health Care Variation
7E Child Health
7F Health Workforce
7G Researching Health Systems and Servics
7H Cancer
Friday 6 December 2019
08:00 Registration
08:30-09:45 Concurrent Sessions 8A - 8I
8A Indigenous HSR
8B Health Economics
8C Improving Quality in Health Services
8D Data Linking
8E Interprofessional Teamss
8F Mental Health
8G Patient Services
8H Symposium - Genomic medicine has arrived: are health service researchers ready to evaluate it? 8I Symposium - Primary care - shaken not stirred, with a twist of technology
09:45 Morning tea
10:15-11:40 Concurrent Sessions 9A - 9F
9A Indigenous HSR
9B Health Economics
9C Symposium - Demonstrating the value of enduring integrated data assets in health services research
9D Health Systems Performance
9E Intervention to Improve Access
9F Symposium - Opportunities for studying a community population of Australian seniors 9
11:40 -12:55 Plenary Session 4
Plenary Panel Session
Conference Close Associate Professor Rachael Morton, The University of Sydney, HSRAANZ President
13:30-17:00 Workshop 3: Reducing Waiting Time for Community Outpatient Services using the STAT Mode

Preliminary Program Schedule

Updated 4 October, 2019

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