Program Wednesday 13:05-14:20

Plenary Session 1 Ballroom A/B

08:30 | Official Opening,
09:00 | Welcome to Country
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: Why is there still health inequities in 2019? Dame Tariana Turia
10:35 | Morning tea (Ballroom c)
11:05 | Keynote 3: Noojimo Mikana (A Healing Path): Addressing Health Service Inequities Dr. Carrie Bourassa, IIPH Scientific Director, College of Medicine, Department of Community Health and Epidemiology, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Canada
12:05 | Lunch (Ballroom C)

ECR Speed Mentoring | Gallery 3

12:15 | Grab some lunch and join the ECR Speed Dating session. Our lunch time speed mentoring session is an opportunity for ECRs to have a series of brief conversations with experienced researchers and policy makers, sparking conversations that can be continued throughout the conference.


Symposium Lead Amohia Boulton

1A.1 13:05 | Using health data to effect improvements in Māori health outcomes. Symposium Lead Amohia Boulton Whakauae Research Services, New Zealand. Presenters: Amohia Boulton, Heather Gifford, Whakauae Research Services; Donna Cormack, Te Kupenga Hauora Māori, Auckland University; Bridgette Masters-Awatere, Māori & Psychology Research Unit, Waikato University; Kiri Parata, Independent Researcher, Te Atiawa ki Waikanae, Ngāti Raukawa, Ngāti Toarangatira, Ngāti Ruanui, Ngāi Tahu, Steve Perry, Tui Ora, New Zealand

1B Health Economics Ballroom B

1B.2 13:20 | A health economic approach to modelling the equity impact of childhood obesity interventions. Anagha Killedar, University Of Sydney Australia

1B.3 13:35 | Burden and cost of pelvic and lower limb injuries from road traffic crashes, in Queensland. Victoria McCreanor, Jamieson Trauma Institute Australia

1B.5 14:05 | Cost of community treatable emergency department presentations. Josh Byrnes, Centre for Applied Health Economics Australia

1B.6 14:10 | Use of Return on Investment (ROI) for local decision making. Adriana Nunez, University of California, Merced United States

1C Big Data Symposium | Regatta D

Symposium Lead: Nadine Andrew

1C.1 13:05 | Use of big data and data linkage for health services research: feasibility, challenges and opportunities. Symposium Lead: Nadine Andrew, The University of Western Australia, Australia. . Presenters: Nadine Andrew, Monique Kilkenny, Monash University; Frank Sanfilippo, Derrick Lopez, The University of Western Australia Australia

1D Mental Health Symposium | Regatta A

Symposium Lead: Sandra Diminic

1D.1 13:05 | Development of a needs-based planning model for mental health services in Australia: the National Mental Health Service Planning Framework. Symposium Lead: Sandra Diminic, The University of Queensland, Australia. Presenters: Sandra Diminic, Charlotte Woody, Imogen Page, Kate Gossip, Queensland Centre for Mental Health Research, The University of Queensland Australia

1E Improving Primary Care Systems Room: Gallery 3

1F Health Pathways Symposium | Gallery 2

Symposium Lead: Sarah Norris

1F.1 13:05 | Evaluation of the impact of HealthPathways on the design and integration of health services in Sydney Local Health District. Symposium Lead: Sarah Norris, University of Sydney. Presenters: Sarah Norris, Menzies Centre for Health Policy; Sally Wortley, Kate Applegarth, University of Sydney Australia

1G Priority, Vulnerable and Marginalised Populations Room: Gallery 1

Chair: Rosemary McKenzie

1G.1 13:05 | Optimising access to dental care for people experiencing homelessness. Nicole Stormon, The University of Queensland Australia

1G.3 13:35 | Disrespect and Abuse during Childbirth in Western Ethiopia: Should Women Continue to Tolerate? Firew Bobo, University of Technology Sydney Australia

1G.4 13:40 | The vision rehabilitation gap in three regions of New Zealand. Keith Gordon, New Zealand Blind Foundation New Zealand

1G.7 13:55 | Improving care for people with mild cognitive impairment. Tilley Pain, JCU Australia

1H Research Translation Room: Regatta B

Chair: Katherine Harding

1H.1 13:05 | Knowledge translation plan guides: A pragmatic, conceptual synthesis. Chris McCutcheon, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute Canada

1H.2 13:20 | An evaluation of research investment and impact at a regional Australian Hospital and Health Service. Alexandra Edelman, Townsville Hospital and Health Service Australia

1H.4 13:50 | Integrating research evidence into project management: Creating a culture of evidence-informed decision-making. Maria Larcombe, University of Otago; Courtney Harper from Counties Manukau Health, New Zealand