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PRELIMINARY PROGRAM 2ND NSW RURAL ALLIED HEALTH

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									                          PRELIMINARY PROGRAM 2ND NSW RURAL ALLIED HEALTH CONFERENCE
                                                                     FRIDAY 28 OCTOBER 2005
Morning

8.30       Registration
9.00       Official Opening:
9.30       Innovation in Rural Allied Health - Jason Warnock
10.00      Allied Health Working Together - Rosalie Boyce
10.30      Morning Tea
11.00 –    Concurrent Sessions
12.20
           Rural Clinical Practice                   Allied Health Working Together             Workforce – School Students and          Practical Skills
           Mental Health, Disadvantaged              - Allied Health and Technology             Undergraduates
           Groups
11.00-     Gina Sartore                              Bryan Hoolahan                             Sue Sutherland                           Practical Research Skills Part 1
11.20      Drought and mental health in a rural      Using Technology to raise mental health    Koori Health Careers Residential
           NSW community – preliminary data          literacy in small rural towns              Workshops: A Successful Model to         NSW Primary Health Care Research
                                                                                                Encourage Indigenous Secondary           Capacity Building Program
                                                                                                Students into Health Careers

11.20-     Leigh Underwood                           Joan Murphy                                Susan McAlpin
11.40      Improving Access to Treatment for Co-     Telehealth and Allied Health               Rural Nutrition and Dietetic Course
           Existing Depression and Alcohol/Other                                                Increasing Capacity of NSW Rural
           Drug Use Problems: A Rural and                                                       Dietetic Workforce
           Remote Perspective

11.40-     Judith Crockett, Susan Taylor             Vida Bliokas                               Leanne Brown, Elesa Crowley
12.00      Rural Pharmacist Perceptions of a         Improving Access in Rural NSW to           Collaboration in Dietetic Student
           Project Assessing Their Role in the       Multidisciplinary Chronic Pain             Placements in Northern NSW
           Management of Depression                  Management Groups: Comparing
                                                     Models of Telehealth Service Delivery

12.00-     Phoebe Begg, Julie Nix                    Leigh Underwood                            Julia Coyle
12.20      Improving Service Delivery to Caravan     Using service partnerships to improve      Getting to Know You: The Experience of
           Park Residents                            treatment accessibility for rural people   an Interdisciplinary Teaching Model
                                                     with Diabetes Type 2 and Depression.
                                                     The development of a new treatment
                                                     program: mood and diabetes education
                                                     – information technology assisted
12.20 –    Lunch
1.20



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Afternoon

1.20 –      Concurrent Sessions
2.40
1.20 –      Rural Clinical Practice – Models of       Allied Health Working Together            Workforce                                    Practical Skills
2.40        Service Delivery, Consumer                - Multidisciplinary Approaches to         - Supporting the Allied Health
            Information                               Service Issues and Service Delivery,      Workforce
1.20-1.40   Peter Merrett                             Julia Greaves                             Dale Howe, James Sayer                       Practical Research Skills Part 2
            Australian Government Initiatives to      Management of Axillary Crutches within    Supervision and Mentoring: A Pilot
            Support Allied Health Working with        the New England Area Health Service       Programs for Grade 1 and Sole                NSW Primary Health Care Research
            Each Other, Other Health Professionals,                                             Therapists                                   Capacity Building Program
            Consumers and Communities
1.40-2.00   Cas Ingham, Toni Smith                    Rachel Lewis, Michelle Bowmaker           Helen Craig
            More Allied Health Services – co-         Multidisciplinary Team Care Planning on   Clinical Audit Tool for Allied Health – an
            locating allied health services in the    the Acute Ward in a Regional Hospital     adjunct to performance appraisal for
            general practice setting in rural                                                   senior clinicians
            communities – it works

2.00-2.20   Wendy Moore, Jane Murtagh, Lucie          Jo-Ann Taylor, Jill Freeman               Shelagh Lowe
            Shanahan                                  Get up and go: Queanbeyan physio falls    Australian Rural and Remote Health
             “The Kids’ Team Fact Packs – A Bunch     initiative                                Professionals Scholarships – Trends
            of Great Ideas”                                                                     and Effect

2.20-2.40   Narelle Barrett, Wendy Wu                 Gillian Isaac                             Anita Fletcher
            Allied Health Professional’s Use of       An Innovative Service Model for people    Evidence Based Practice Clubs: Where
            Individualised Video-CDs: Working         living with Chronic Neurological          Port Physios Meet Pedro
            Together tor Provide Customer             Conditions living in the Community on
            Information and Training in Rural         the Central Coast
            Settings
2.40 –      Afternoon Tea
3.10
3.10-4.45   Open Forum Facilitated by Julie McCrossin: Towards the future – Technology and Allied Health
5.00        Drinks




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SATURDAY 29 OCTOBER 2005

Morning

8.30       NSW Institute of Rural Clinical Services And Teaching – Hugh Burke
8.45       NSW Health Workforce Action Plan – Deborah Hyland
9.15       Enabling Allied Health - Val Robertson
9.45       Integrated Allied Health Assistant Program - Ivan Lin and Emma Birch
10.15      Discussion
10.25      Morning Tea
           Concurrent Sessions
Morning    Rural Clinical Practice – Aboriginal       Allied Health Working Together –         Workforce – Current Issues and          Working with Farmers and Farming
Tea to     Health, Cardiovascular Health              Working with other professions and       Future Directions                       Families Part 1
Lunch                                                 agencies
10.40 –    Angela Walsh, Jane Newman                  Fay Fox, Melinda Kent                    Lizette Salmon                          Centre for Rural and Remote Mental
11.00       “Making messages” Aboriginal              Monaro Interagency Intake Meeting        Putting Research on the Rural Agenda    Health
           Women’s camps and ongoing groups to
           promote health and well being through                                                                                       Australian Centre for Agricultural Health
           the whole of brain approach and                                                                                             and Safety
           creative art

11.00 –    Erin Cameron, Rod Cooper                 Leanne Friis, Scott Wagner                 Patrick Ball
11.20      Are you Talkin’ My Lingo? A culturally   Multidisciplinary Complex and Enteral      Australia’s Foundation Chair in Rural
           sensitive resource for Occupational      Feeding Clinic                             Pharmacy
           Therapists Working with Aboriginal
           People

11.20 –    Sharon Simpson, Viki Brummell            Kath Teesson                               Ros Bauer
11.40      Bingara … Breathless with Anticipation   Speech Pathology and the Department        Workforce Planning for Allied Health:
                                                    of Education: The Dynamic Duo of the       Greater Southern Area Health Service
                                                    New Millennium taking “Mohammad to         Allied Health Mapping Project
                                                    the mountains:. A functional approach to
                                                    a conventional issue
11.40 –    Brad Hansen                              Emma Nicholson, Cath Sherwin               Tony Smith
12.00      Getting to the Heart of the Matter in    Modifying a Pre-existing Pre-school        The Relevance of Remote X-ray
           Tamworth – A Rural Diagnostic Cardiac    social skills program to meet the needs    Operator Practice to the future Rural
           Catheterisation Laboratory Service       of a clinical population: Family Therapy   Health Workforce Crisis: Preliminary
                                                    and Occupation Therapy Working             Findings
                                                    Together.




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Afternoon
SATURDAY AFTERNOON

12.50 – 2.30   Rural Clinical Practice – Workshop       Workforce- Workshop                      Allied Health Working Together
                                                                                                 - Workshop
               Working with Farmers and Farming         New Ways of Working – Use of             A Workshop to Develop the
               Families Part 2                          Vocationally Trained and Ancillary       Confidence to Assist with the
                                                        Staff                                    Diabetic Foot – If you dare!
               Centre for Rural and Remote Mental
               Health                                   David Cross (NSW)
                                                        Emma Birch and Ivan Lin (WA)
                                                                                                 Jason Warnock
               Australian Centre for Agricultural       Val Robertson (NSW)
               Health and Safety                        Brenda McLeod (NSW)



2.30 – 2.45    Afternoon Tea
2.45 – 4.15    Open Forum Facilitated by Julie McCrossin: Towards the future – The role of Allied Health
4.15 – 4.30    Close




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