Program Friday 10:15-11:30

9A HSR and indigenous services and communities Room: Regatta D

Chair: Braden Te Ao

9A.1 10:15 | Aboriginal Kidney Care Together - Improving Outcomes Now. Janet Kelly, University of Adelaide; Kim O'Donnell, Flinders Uinversity Australia

9A.2 10:30 | Anti-Racism and anti-colonial framework in clinical practice: the diabetes integration project's model of care. Lorraine McLeod, First Nations Health & Social Secretariat of Manitoba Canada

9A.3 10:45 | Health Services for First Nations people with diabetes in Ontario Canada. Michael Green, Queens University Canada

9A.4 11:00 | From error to co-endeavour, building Māori equity advancement view of New Zealand health system quality dashboard with Te Tumu Whakarae. Ying Li, Richard Hamblin, Health Quality & Safety Commission; Tricia Keelan, Riki Nia Nia, Te Tumu Whakarae New Zealand

9B Health Economics Room: Regatta A

Chair: Lesley Middleton

9B.1 10:15 | One size doesn't fit all: Evidence on public preferences for exercise and nutrition programs and the role of incentives. Jemimah Ride, Health Economics Unit, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, University of Melbourne Australia

9B.2 10:30 | Cost-effectiveness of treatments for stable coronary artery disease in Australia. Victoria McCreanor, Queensland University of Technology Australia

9B.3 10:45 | Using DCE to measure the value of a diabetes prevention program. Adriana Nunez, University of California, Merced United States

9B.4 11:00 | Do people's EQ-5D-5L preferences vary according to their chronic disease status?  Trudy Sullivan, University of Otago New Zealand

9B.5 11:15| Why telehealth integration doesn't always save money for the health system. Centaine L. Snoswell, Centre for Health Services Research, The University of Queensland Australia

9B.6 11:20 | Are we accurately capturing health preferences from people with poor health literacy? Alison Pearce, University of Sydney Australia

9C INTEGRATED DATA AND HSR Symposium Room: Gallery 3

Symposium Lead: Louisa Jorm

9C.1 10:15 | Demonstrating the value of enduring integrated data assets in health services research. Symposium Lead: Louisa Jorm, University of New South Wales, Australia. Presenters: Louisa Jorm, University of New South Wales, Rosemary Korda, ANU, Australia; Rod Jackson, University of Auckland, New Zealand; Michael Falster, Claire Vajdic, University of New South Wales, Australia

9E Interventions to Improve Access Room: Gallery 1

Chair: Rob McNeill

9E.3 10:45 | Understanding the characteristics of young people in Victorian hospitals who are admitted from, or discharged to, residential aged care. Renata Morello, School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Monash University Australia

9E.4 11:00 | Evaluating Outcomes Based Care for Vulnerable Older People: Challenges and lessons learned from a complex program evaluation. Joanne Epp, Macquarie University Centre for the Health Economy Australia

9E.5 11:15 | Not the right place': Non-traumatic dental presentations in NZ's emergency departments. Moira Smith, University of Otago, Wellington New Zealand

9F The state of HSR in Australia & New Zealand and new funding opportunities Room: Regatta B

10:15 9F.1 The state of HSR in Australia & New Zealand and new funding opportunities Associate Professor Rachael Morton The University of Sydney, HSRAANZ President


Symposium Lead: Jane Banaszak-Holl

9G.1 10:15 | Opportunities for studying a community population of Australian seniors. Symposium Lead: Jane Banaszak-Holl, Monash University, Australia. Presenters: John McNeil, Jane Banaszak-Holl, Rory Wolfe, Danijela Gasevic, Monash University Australia

Plenary Panel: Policy Responses to Health Inequities Room: Ballroom A/B

11:40 |
Sharon Shea, Shea Pita and Associates, Auckland;
Dr. Josée Lavoie, University of Manitoba.
Professor Peter Crampton, the Centre for Hauora Māori, University of Otago
Dr Debbie Ryan, Principal, Pacific Perspectives
Helen Dickinson, Public Service Research Group, University of New South Wales

Conference Wrap Up and Awards Ceremony Room: Ballroom A/B

12:40 |
Associate Professor Rachael Morton The University of Sydney, HSRAANZ President