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.


Program Schedule

Wednesday 4 December, 2019

08:30-10:35

Ballroom A/B
08:45 | All delegates please gather in the Ballroom for Powhiri (welcome)
09:00 | Powhiri (Welcome)
09:30 | Keynote 1: Dr Ashley Bloomfield: Director-General of Health and Chief Executive, Ministry of Health Manatū Hauora, New Zealand
09:55 | Keynote 2: Dame Tariana Turia

10:35

Morning tea

11:05- 12:05

Ballroom A/B
Keynote 3: Dr. Carrie Bourassa, IIPH Scientific Director, College of Medicine, Department of Community Health and Epidemiology, University of Saskatchewan; Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Canada

12:05

Lunch
Gallery 3 - Early Career Researcher Speed Mentoring Session

Session 1 13:05-14:20

Ballroom A - 1A INDIGENOUS HEALTH DATA AND DECISION-MAKING RESEARCH Symposium
Ballroom B - 1B Health Economics
Regatta D - 1C BIG DATA Symposium
Regatta A - 1D MENTAL HEALTH Symposium
Gallery 3 - 1E Improving Primary Care Systems
Gallery 2 - 1F HEALTH PATHWAYS Symposium
Gallery 1 - 1G Priority, Vulnerable and Marginalised Populations
Regatta B - 1H Research Translation

14:20

Afternoon tea

Session 2 14:45-16:00

Ballroom A - 2A INDIGENOUS CULTURAL SAFETY Symposium
Ballroom B - 2B LOCAL HEALTH SERVICES EVALUATION Symposium
Regatta D - 2C PACIFIC POPULATIONS AND INTEGRATED SERVICES Symposium
Regatta A - 2D ESTABLISHING EFFECTIVE RESEARCH PARTNERSHIPS Symposium
Gallery 3 - 2E PROMS Symposium
Gallery 2 - 2F Performance in Primary Care
Gallery 1 - 2G: Health Care Quality Intervention
Regatta B - 2H Big Data

Session 3 16:15-17:30

Ballroom A - 3A HSR and indigenous services and communities
Ballroom B - 3B HSR and indigenous services and communities
Regatta D - 3C E-Health
Regatta A - 3D Preventing Hospital Admissions
Gallery 3 - 3E Three Minute Thesis Competition
Gallery 1 - 3F Clinical Governance & Decision-Making
Gallery 2 - 3G Health System Inequities
Regatta B - 3H Implementation

17:30-18:30

Ballroom C - Poster Session and Welcome Reception

Thursday 5 December, 2019

09:30-10:25

Ballroom A/B
09:30 | Keynote 4: Professor Richard Cookson, Centre for Health Economics, University of York, UK

10:25

Morning tea

Session 4 10:55-12:10

Regatta A - 4A HCF Foundation Sub Plenary Symposium - REDUCING UNNECESSARY HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS AND COMPLICATIONS
Regatta D - 4B FUNDAMENTALS OF CARE - AN EQUITY FRAMEWORK Sub Plenary Symposium
Gallery 3 - 4C INTEGRATED KNOWLEDGE TRANSLATION Sub Plenary Symposium

12:10

Lunch
Ballroom B - Showcasing the Harkness Fellowship Journey

Session 5 13:10-14:25

Ballroom A - 5A KAUPAPA MAORI Symposium
Ballroom B - 5B Pharmaceuticals and Pharmacists
Regatta D - 5C REGISTRY SCIENCE Symposium
Regatta A - 5D CONTINUITY OF PRIMARY CARE Symposium
Gallery 1 - 5E Cancer Services
Gallery 2 - 5F Advances in HSR Methods
Gallery 3 - 5G INTEGRATED CARE INNOVATIONS Symposium
Regatta B - 5H Long Term Conditions

14:25

Afternoon tea

Session 6 14:55-16:10

Ballroom A - 6A INDIGENOUS WOMENS' HIV SERVICES Symposium
Ballroom B - 6B PUBLIC INPUT IN HEALTH PRIORITASTION Symposium
Regatta D - 6C EQUITY, ACCESS AND OUTPATIENT WAITING TIMES Symposium
Regatta A - 6D QUALITY OF AGED CARE SERVICES Symposium
Gallery 3 - 6E CO-DESIGNING CHILDHOOD OBESITY RESEARCH Symposium
Gallery 2 - 6F Partnerships in Improvement: Patients, Providers and Researchers
Gallery 1 - 6G PHARMACISTS, HEALTH OUTCOMES AND EQUITY Symposium
Regatta B - 6H SUSTAINABLE INTEGRATED CARE Symposium
Regatta C - 6I PHARMACY AND HEALTH EQUITY Symposium

Session 7 16:15-17:30

Ballroom A - 7A HSR and indigenous services and communities
Ballroom B - 7B Health Economics
Regatta D - 7C ED Research
Regatta A - 7D Health Care Variation
Gallery 1 - 7E Child Health
Gallery 2 - 7F Health Workforce
Gallery 3 - 7G Researching Health Systems & Services
Regatta B - 7H Cancer Services
Regatta C - 7I 7I Pharmacy Practice and Medicines Research

17:30

Ballroom B - HSRAANZ AGM

Friday 6 December, 2019

Session 8 08:30-09:45

Ballroom A - 8A HSR and indigenous services and communities
Ballroom B - 8B Health Economics
Regatta D - 8C Health Systems Performance
Regatta A - 8D Data Linking
Gallery 3 - 8E Interprofessional Teams
Gallery 2 - 8F Mental Health
Gallery 1 - 8G Patient Experience
Regatta B - 8H GENOMIC MEDICINE Symposium
Regatta C - 8I PRIMARY CARE, PATIENT EMPOWERMENT AND TECHNOLOGY Symposium

19:45

Morning tea

Session 9 10:15-11:30

Regatta D - 9A HSR and indigenous services and communities
Regatta A - 9B Health Economics
Gallery 3 - 9C INTEGRATED DATA AND HSR Symposium
Gallery 2 - 9D Improving Quality in Health in Services
Gallery 1 - 9E Interventions to Improve Access
Regatta C - 9F The state of HSR in Australia and New Zealand and new funding opportunities
Regatta B - 9G ASPREE - OPPORTUNITIES FOR STUDYING A COMMUNITY POPLUATION OF SENIORS Symposium

11:30-13:15

Ballroom A/B - Plenary Panel: Policy Responses to Health Inequities
Conference Wrap Up and Awards Ceremony

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Symposiums

Featured symposia will be scheduled in special sessions of the conference program with a small number of parallel symposiums in each session.

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Showcasing the Harkness Fellowship Journey. Lunchtime (12:05-13:05 Thursday 5 December 2019.

Collect your lunch and come and join the discussion

The Commonwealth Fund's Harkness Fellowships in Health Care Policy and Practice provides a unique opportunity for mid-career health services researchers and practitioners from Australia, Canada, France, Germany, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, and the United Kingdom to spend up to 12 months in the United States, conducting original research and working with leading U.S. health policy experts.
A panel of Harkness Alumni will outline their Fellowship experience and answer your questions on this unique opportunity. Following short presentations there will be plenty of opportunity to ask the Fellows about their Harkness experience and the difference that it has made to their careers. Walk away well-equipped and motivated to apply for a Harkness Fellowship! Collect your lunch and come and join the discussion.

Agenda

  • Welcome and Introduction to Fellowship Program Professor Robin Gauld
  • Fellows’ experience. A/Professor Kim Dalziel
  • Dr Andrew Old
  • Q and A

Left to right: Chair – Robin Gauld, 2008-2009 Harkness Fellow, Dean and Pro-Vice Chancellor, Department of Management, The University of Otago. Kim Dalziel, 2017-18 Harkness Fellow, Associate Professor, Health Economics, Centre for Health Policy, Melbourne School of Global and Population Health, The University of Melbourne. Dr Andrew Old, 2018-19 Harkness Fellow, Public Health Physician and the Chief of Strategy, Participation and Improvement for the Auckland District Health Board.