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21 June 2012, National Convention Centre, Canberra

Conference program and presentations

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Key Presentations
David Kalisch
Director (CEO), Australian Institute of Health and Welfare  

Australia's health 2012: a sneak peek (1.09MB PDF)

View David Kalisch's speech: Australia's health 2012: a sneak peek

Professor Jim Bishop AO
Executive Director of the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre  

Translating evidence into practice: have we got what it takes? (1.64MB PDF)

View Jim Bishop's speech: Translating evidence in practice: have we got what it takes?

Paul McClintock AO
Chair, COAG Reform Council  
View Paul McClintock's speech: Australia's health in an environment of reform  

 

Launch of Australia's health 2012  
The Hon Dr Andrew Refshauge
Board Chair, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare  

Launch of Australia's health 2012 (228KB PDF)

View Andrew Refshauge's speech: Introduction to the AH12 conference 

The Hon Tanya Pilbersek
Minister of Health  
View the Minister's video launch and transcript

 

Session Presentations
Reporting health performance: challenges and opportunities
Alison Verhoeven
Governance and Communications Group, AIHW  
Reporting health performance: challenges and opportunities (276KB PDF)
Dr Diane Watson
CEO, National Health Performance Authority  
Reporting health performance: challenges and opportunities (735KB PDF)
David Kalisch
Director (CEO), Australian Institute of Health and Welfare  

Joining the dots in health performance reporting in Australia (1.91MB PDF)

Joining the dots in health performance reporting in Australia speech (187KB PDF)

 

Promoting health, preventing illness
Brent Diverty
Continuing and Specialised Care, AIHW
 
Promoting health, preventing illness (904KB PDF)
Dr Lyn Roberts
CEO, National Heart Foundation of Australia  
Promoting health, preventing illness (676KB PDF)
Louise Sylvan
CEO, Australian National Preventive Health Agency  
Challenges in Prevention (1.23MB PDF)

 

Primary care: first and foremost?
Lisa McGlynn
Health Group, AIHW
 
Primary health care (318KB PDF)
Dr Jim Primrose
Chief Advisor, Sector Capability and Implementation, NZ Ministry of Health  
Primary care: first and foremost? (1.39MB PDF)
Dr Emil Djakic
Chair, Australian General Practice Network  
Verbal presentation only

 

Research and evidence
Geoff Neideck
Housing and Homelessness Group, AIHW  
Research and evidence (356KB PDF)
Professor Sharon Friel
Australian National University  
No data, no problem, no action: Evidence for action on the social determinants of health and health inequities (1.36MB PDF)
Professor John Simes
National Health and Medical Research Council Clinical Trials Centre  
Research and evidence (892KB PDF)

 

Social inequalities, health inequalities
Dr Fadwa Al-Yaman
Social and Indigenous Group, AIHW  
Social inequalities, health inequalities (627KB PDF)
Professor Helen Milroy
Director, Centre for Aboriginal Medical and Dental Health  
Social inequalities, health inequalities
Mr John Walsh AM
Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers
Social inequalities, health inequalities (288KB PDF)

 

Sustainable service delivery
Jenny Hargreaves
Head, Hospitals and Performance Group, AIHW  
Sustainable service delivery (632KB PDF)
Mr Martin Laverty
CEO Catholic Health Australia  
A partnership of public AND private providers: CHA's SWOT proposal for sustainable service delivery (941KB PDF)  
Ms Carol Bennett
CEO, Consumers Health Forum Australia  
Sustainable service delivery: it is about health not services (668KB PDF)

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