CheckUP Forum 2018

We would like to thank Aunty Carol, Adrian Burragubba, our keynote speaker; Dr Norman Swan, presenters and delegates for attending our 20th Anniversary Forum. Feedback from the event so far has been overwhelmingly positive.
 

Keynote Topic
"Past, present and future. are they different?"

Elevator pitches: Five speakers. Five minutes each. Audience votes
"What is your vision for healthcare in Queensland in 20 years time?"

Panel
Discussion with Elevator Pitch speakers.


Master Class Session

Strategic Connections

Prof Robyn Keast

Achieving patient centred care -
Empowering and valuing
individuals and cares

Dr Tina Janamian

The 5 Rs of a happy workforce -
recruitment, retention,
relationships, recognition
and respect

Christine Franklin
Alison Nelson

Chris Mitchell

Measuring and Reporting
your Social Value

Jerry Marston

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Concurrent Sessions

Populations Session

Strengthening health assessment response for children in out of home care
Lucille Chalmers

Connected Care through connecting with communities
Karen Mills

Outcomes of developing local social marketing campaigns with Cape York communities
Rita Francis & Johanna Neville

Reducing the risk of chronic disease in Queenslanders:
My health for life and its effect on knowledge and behaviour in ethnic communities

Hong Do & Lyn Hamill

Patients Session

NCACCH Child and Maternal Health - Improving the patient experience through effective partnerships
Kaity Fletcher

Revitalising child development outreach services for children in rural North Queensland: the evaluation
Nicole Argall

Improving pregnancy outcomes, child development and economic self-sufficiency for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families
Hannah Beilby

Eye and ear surgical support - achieving improved outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
Karen Hale-Robertson

Providers Session

Tucka-Time: Teaching skills for a healthy life
Melena McKeown & Mary-Anne Quilter

Opening up access to allied healthcare: Facilitating patient choice, control and flexibility!
Alexandra Whitehead

Providing accessibility and choice to rural and remote populations in Queensland
Sharon Stokell & Alice Evans

B.strong - rolling out the brief intervention training program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workers
Majella Murphy

Processes Session

Designing health systems and services in the technology age: aligning strategy, system architecture and culture
Adrian Clutterbuck

Improved data quality in general practice has a positive impact on consumer health outcomes - a chronic conditions case study
Jenaya Price

Refugee health care - Partnerships and processes for improved outcomes 
Dr Caroline Yates

I am not technical but I like to work with data – what am I?
Dr Josie Di Donato

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