Program Thursday 14:45-16:00

6A INDIGENOUS WOMENS' HIV SERVICES Symposium | Ballroom A

Symposium Lead: Sharon Bruce

6A.1 14:45 | Women healing living the good life' Indigenous Women Defining and Directing a New Paradigm for HIV Health Policy and Services in Manitoba, Canada. Symposium Lead: Sharon Bruce, University of Manitoba, Canada. Presenters: Laverne Gervais, Ka Ni Kanichihk; Marissa Becker, Adina Lakser, Sharon Bruce, University of Manitoba Canada

6B PUBLIC INPUT IN HEALTH PRIORITASTION Symposium Room: Ballroom B

Symposium Lead: Rachel Baker

6B.1 14:45 | Prioritising health care - how to integrate differing public views. Symposium Lead: Professor Rachel Baker Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland, UK. Presenters: Rachel Baker, Glasgow Caledonian University, UK; Paul Scuffham, Griffith University; Emily Tumilty, Tim Stokes, Robin Gauld University of Otago, New Zealand

6C EQUITY, ACCESS AND OUTPATIENT WAITING TIMES Symposium Room: Regatta D

Symposium Lead: Katherine Harding

6C.1 14:45 | Improving access and equity by reducing waiting time in ommunity-based outpatient services: an evidence-based approach. Symposium Lead: Katherine Harding, Eastern Health / La Trobe University Australia. Presenters. David Snowdon, Nicholas Taylor, Annie Lewis, Eastern Health / La Trobe University Australia

6D QUALITY OF AGED CARE Symposium Room: Regatta A

Symposium Lead: Magdalena Raban

6D.1 14:45 | Leveraging electronic data sources to monitor the quality and outcomes of aged care services. Symposium Lead: Magdalena Raban, Macquarie University, Australia. Presenters: Magdalena Raban, Kimberly Lind, Amy Nguyen, Australian Institute of Health Innovation Macquarie University Australia

6E DESIGNING CHILDHOOD OBESITY RESEARCH Symposium Room: Gallery 3

Symposium Lead: Jessica Hardt

6E.1 14:55 | Influencing systems change to tackle childhood obesity: implementing a co-designed and culturally-tailored research program. Symposium Lead: Jessica Hardt. Presenters: Jessica Hardt, Brent Matautia, Children's Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service Australia

6F Partnerships in Improvement: Patients, Providers and Researchers Room: Gallery 2

Chair: Laura Wilkinson-Meyers

6F.3 15:15 | Experience of health leadership in partnering with university based reserachers. Ingrid Botting, University of Manitoba Canada

6F.5 15:35 | Embedding economists in health services to improve local evaluation practice. Christine Jorm, NSW Regional Health Partners Australia

6F.6 15:40 | Navigating the workplace as a younger person with arthritis. Danielle Berkovic, Monash University Australia

6G PRIMARY CARE, PATIENT EMPOWERMENT AND TECHNOLOGY Symposium Room: Gallery 1

Symposium Lead: Alesha Smith

6G.1 14:45 | Primary care - shaken not stirred, with a twist of technology. Symposium Lead: Alesha Smith, University of Otago, New Zealand. Symposium Lead: Alesha Smith, University of Otago. Presenters: Alesha Smith, Rakhee Raghunandan, Amber Young, Sharon Leitch, University of Otago New Zealand

6H SUSTAINABLE INTEGRATED CARE Symposium Room: Regatta B

Symposium Lead: Nicole White

6H.1 14:55 | From Startup to Sustainability: Insights from 23 integrated care initiatives. Symposium Lead: Nicole White, Australian Centre for Health Services Innovation, Queensland University of Technology, Australia. Presenters: David Brain, Hannah Cater, Robin Blythe, Carly Dyer, Australian Centre for Health Services Innovation, Queensland University of Technology, Australia

6I PHARMACY AND HEALTH EQUITY Symposium Room: Regatta C

Symposium Lead: Caroline Morris

6I.1 16:15 | How can pharmacy services in New Zealand contribute to achieving health equity?. Symposium Lead: Caroline Morris, University of Otago, New Zealand. Presenters: Joanna Hikaka, University of Auckland, Yasmin Abdul Aziz, Pauline Norris, University of Otago, New Zealand