Day two - Saturday 15 June

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Program - Day two - Saturday 15 June

7.45 am
Foyer E

Guided Aboriginal Cultural Walk along the River Torrens (meet in Foyer E at 7.45am for an 8.00am start. Walk from 8.00am - 9.00am)

Foyer E

Registrations open

9.15 am
Hall C

Mr David Pearson, Executive Director, Don Dunstan Foundation

Opening address
The Honourable Stephen Wade MLC, Minister for Health and Wellbeing

Theme: New solutions to old problems

Keynote presentation - Healthy People, Healthy Systems Alison Verhoeven, Chief Executive, Australian Healthcare and Hospital Association (AHHA)

Keynote presentation - From Policy to Practice - Essential Elements of High Performing General Practice
Dr Walid Jammal, Hills Family General Practice, Clinical Lecturer at the University of Sydney Faculty of Medicine and Conjoint Senior Lecturer at the University of Western Sydney School of Medicine

11.00 am
Foyer E

Morning tea

11.40 am
Room E2 Room E3 Hall C

Room E2

Theme: Collaboration - organisations working together to improve population health outcomes

Collaboration the metro way
Ms Cynthia Avila, Aboriginal Health Manager, Sonder Culturally responsive primary health care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients
Ms Jacinta McKenzie, Integrated Team Care Supervisor, Country and Outback Health

With a little help from your Champion Nurse Immunisation Program
Ms Christine Benger, Champion Immunisation Nurse Program Co-ordinator HAIMS, Immunisation Hub

The Interdisciplinary Health Practitioner Network (IHPN): benefits for clinical practice
Ms Melinda Lee
, Clinic Psychologist, Melinda Lee Psychology

A collaborative approach to connect older people with My Aged Care in regional South Australia
Ms Helen Morley, Project Officer, COTA SA

Room E3

Theme: Integration – working together to improve patient outcomes

Care integration and the Medical Home – will they lead to high value care?

Facilitator: Dr Walid Jammal, GP, Hills Family General Practice, University of Sydney Conjoint Senior Lecturer, School of Medicine, Western Sydney University

Panel members
Dr Lane Hinchcliffe
, GP, The Health Hub Adelaide
Dr Ken Wanguhu, GP, Waikerie Medical Centre
Dr Melanie Considine, GP, Clare Medical Centre
Ms Denise Westwood, Allied Health Mental Health Nurse, Murray Mallee Mental Health Service
Professor Debra Rowett, Australian Pharmacy Council / DATIS
Ms Debra Kay, Chairperson, Health Consumers Alliance of SA inc

Hall C

Theme: Innovation – new solutions to old problems Hiding in plain sight – a focus on patient engagement

Ms Laura Mucci, Practice/Engagement Manager, Better Medical

New hope, new skills and new thinking in diabetes management
Ms Juliet Richards
, Pharmacist and Diabetes Educator and Project Manager, Arkaba Medical Diabetes Project, Health Care Homes

Does PTSD exist?
Ms Amy Vickers
, Queensland Lead Facilitator – Women’s Program, Trojan’s Trek Foundation
Mr Peter Keith, Queensland Operations Director, Trojan’s Trek Foundation

Innovation and medicines
Ms Helen Stone
, State and Territory Manager – SA and NT, Pharmaceutical Society of Australia

1.00 pm
Foyer E


1.45 pm
Room E2 Room E3 Hall C

Room E2

Theme: Innovation – new solutions to old problems

Connecting general practice into the home through technology
Mrs Rosy Tirimacco, Network Operations and Research Manager, iCCnet CHSA

From awareness to competency
Mr Parry Agius, Community Relationship Officer, Linking Futures

Shifting paradigms
Dr Chad Collins
, Doctor, Lyell McEwin Hospital - Northern Adelaide GP Liaison Unit

Room E3

Theme: Integration – working together to improve the patients journey

What real world tools are available to support integrated care for my patient

Facilitator: Dr Chris Moy, GP, Arkaba Medical Centre and President AMASA

Panel members
Dr Helena Williams, GP The Russell Clinic and Clinical Editor, Health Pathways
Ms Kristie Gum, RN, Health Connections Community / Health Care Homes
Ms Jenny Bennett, Adelaide PHN Community Advisory Council Member

Hall C

Theme: Collaboration – organisations working together to improve population health outcomes

Making the sum more than the parts – productive collaboration in practice

Ms Suzanne Mann, Director, Regional Strategies and Service Design, Country SA PHN
Ms Alison Smith, Executive Manager Partnership and Engagement, Adelaide PHN
Ms Julie Patterson, Manager, Screening and innovation, Prevention and Population Health, Public Health and Clinical Systems, Department for Health and Wellbeing SA Health
Dr Marie Ludlow, Heart Health Manager SA, Heart Foundation
Ms Kim Morey, Manager Knowledge Translation and Exchange, Wardliparingga Aboriginal Research Unit, SAHMRI
Ms Allyson Hewitt, Don Dunstan Foundation Thinker in Residence, JW McConnell, Family Foundation Senior Fellow, Social Innovation, @MaRS, Canada

3.25 pm
Hall C

Innovation, Collaboration and Integration: an international perspective applied to the local health context
Closing remarks by Ms Allyson Hewitt

3.50 pm
Hall C

Adelaide PHN and Country SA PHN CEO close

4.00 pm
R Bar

Early career health professionals networking Hosted by Jane Goode, Innovation and Design Officer, Adelaide PHN

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