CDM: Innovation, Adaptation & Evolution

 9th Annual National ADMA Conference 2013

22 - 23 August 2013

InterContinental, Sydney, NSW

NOTE: The information provided in the presentations below is not to be reproduced or used without the author's express permission

Pre-Conference Workshops

1. Program Evaluation in the 'Real World' - Why? For whom? How to do it.

Program Evaluation Workshop overview PDF icon gif
Program Evaluation 101 PDF icon gif

Prof Brian Oldenburg, Professor & Chair, International Public Health Unit, Monash University, VIC 
Dr Anne-Marie Feyer, Foundation Director, Chalmers Centre for Partnerships in Healthcare Innovation, The George Institute for Global Health, NSW; Lead, NSW Chronic Disease Management Program State Wide Evaluation

2. The Aged and Chronic Care Interface: Capitalising on the Best of Both Worlds

The Aged and Chronic Care Interface: Capitalising on the Best of Both Worlds PDF icon gif

Glen Pang, Network Manager, Aged Health, NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation (ACI)
Sue Brownlowe, Chronic Care Manager, NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation (ACI)


Day 1: Plenary sessions

Meeting the chronic disease challenge - a healthcare CEO perspective PDF icon gif

Dr Mark Newbold, Chief Executive, Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust, UK

Preventing Chronic Disease in Primary Health Care Especially for Disadvantaged Groups PDF icon gif

Prof Mark Harris, Executive Director Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity, Faculty of Medicine, University of NSW

Self-management in Chronic Pain Management: How Important Is It? PDF icon gif

Prof Michael Nicholas, Director, Pain Education & ADAPT Pain Management Program, Pain Management Research Institute, Sydney Medical School, NSW

Cancer as a chronic disease (not available)

Prof David Currow, Chief Cancer Officer & CEO, Cancer Institute NSW

Improving care transitions of older adults: Common approaches, lessons learned, and broader applications PDF icon gif

Assist Prof Alicia Arbaje, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Associate Director of Transitional Care Research, Division of Geriatric Medicine & Gerontology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, USA

Prevention and treatment of Alzheimer’s disease PDF icon gif

Prof Henry Brodaty, Professor of Psycho-geriatrics, University of New South Wales, Director, Aged Care Psychiatry, Head, Memory Disorders Clinic, Prince of Wales Hospital, NSW

RACGP Patient Centred Medical Home Model PDF icon gif

Dr Liz Marles, President of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP)

The Person-centred Health System and the Medical Neighbourhood (not available)

Dr Tony Lembke, General Practitioner, Alstonville NSW, GP Director, eHealth at the Australian General Practice Network

Do Physicians Have a Role in the Management of Chronic Disease Management? PDF icon gif

Prof Michael Hensley, Head of Respiratory Medicine, John Hunter Hospital

Interdisciplinary approaches to patient care in chronic disease management PDF icon gif

Prof Patricia Davidson, Professor of Cardiovascular & Chronic Care, Faculty of Health, University of Technology, Sydney (UTS); Professor of Cardiovascular Nursing Research, St Vincent's Hospital, NSW

Outcomes of Chronic Condition Management and Self-Management Training and Implementation in Australia PDF icon gif

Prof Malcolm Battersby, Professor &Head of Psychiatry, School of Medicine, Flinders University; Director, Flinders Human Behaviour & Health Research Unit, SA

Medication Management for Patients with Chronic Diseases PDF icon gif

A/Prof Timothy Chen, Pharmacy Practice, The University of Sydney, NSW


Day 1: Concurrent sessions

Indigenous Health

Murr-Roo-Ma Dhun-Barn: ‘To Make Strong’ PDF icon gif

Libby Johns, Aboriginal Chronic Care Program, Justice & Forensic Mental Health Network, NSW

Chronic Disease and Palliative Care PDF icon gif

Joanne Watts, CNC Territory Palliative Care, Royal Darwin Hospital, NT

Trapeze: A Supported Leap into Adult Health. An illustrative case study PDF icon gif

Dr Jane Ho & Lauren Adby, Sydney Children’s Hospital Network, NSW

NSW Initiatives

Working together: Observations of partnerships between Medicare Locals and Local Health Districts to deliver integrated chronic care PDF icon gif

Sarah Barter, NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation, NSW & Kerryn Young, GPNSW

Chronic Disease Management a Collaborative and Integrated Approach to Reduce the Impact of Chronic Disease on the Individual PDF icon gif

Susan Brownlowe, Hunter New England Local Health District, NSW

Navigating the Uncharted Waters of Integration– Avoiding the Shallows in Chronic Disease Management PDF icon gif

Linda Soars, South Eastern Sydney Local Health District, NSW

Private Sector & NGO Initiatives

Health Literacy – Implications for Australia (not available)

Dr Roshmeen Azam, Chronic Disease Management, Health Coaching, Mental Health, Health Support and Online Health Program, Medibank Health Solutions

National Heart Foundation of Australia Consensus Statement on Depression in Patients with Coronary Heart Disease: Recommendations for Screening, Referral and Treatment PDF icon gif

Dr Stephen Bunker, Flinders University and Deakin University, VIC

Moving HARP into the Private Setting – A Multi Disciplinary and Individualised Approach to Providing an Exercise Rehabilitation and Education Program for the Heart Failure Patient PDF icon gif

Claire Parks, Cabrini Health, VIC

Victorian Initiatives

Community Health Integrated Program (CHIP) Guidelines PDF icon gif

Kirsten Phillips, Partnerships and Primary Health Unit, Department of Health, Victoria

Four into one does go - Integrating Victoria’s Health Independence Program PDF icon gif

Nicole Doran, Continuing Care, Department of Health, Victoria

Developing A Core Skills Resource to Support Delivery Of Care Co-ordination For People With Complex Needs PDF icon gif

Silvana Cavalli, Continuing Care, Department of Health, Victoria


Day 2: Breakfast Seminar

Evaluation of Get Healthy Coaching Service PDF icon gif

Prof Adrian Bauman, Sesquicentenary Professor & Director, Prevention Research Collaboration, School of Public Health, University of Sydney, NSW

NSW Knockout Health Challenge 2013 (not available)

Raylene Gordon, Program Manager, Chronic Care for Aboriginal People Team, Agency for Clinical Innovation, NSW


Day 2: Plenary sessions

Closing the gap in the Northern Territory - moving from process to outcomes PDF icon gif

Dr Gary Sinclair, SRMP: ICT & Chronic Disease Management, Central Australia Remote Health, Department of Health, NT

Improving Chronic Disease Management for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people PDF icon gif

Assoc Prof David Peiris, Program Head, Primary Health Care Research, The George Institute; Assoc Prof University of Sydney & University of Western Sydney, NSW

Aged care, Mental Health and Chronic Disease Management in Prisons in NSW PDF icon gif

Dr Stephen Hampton, Executive Medical Director, Justice & Forensic Mental Health Network, NSW

The Impact of Emerging Communications Technologies on Health and Healthcare PDF icon gif

Dr George Margelis, Adjunct Professor, TeleHealth Research & Innovation Laboratory, University of Western Sydney

Come in. The computer will see you now PDF icon gif

Prof Gavin Andrews AO, Professor of Psychiatry, University of NSW, St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney, NSW

RealTime Health diabetes apps: Using mobile technology to share patient and clinician knowledge PDF icon gif

Tina Campbell, Founder & Managing Director, RealTime Health

SeeCare IPTV: an innovative diabetes health literacy platform to improve in-home support and health outcomes PDF icon gif

Ken Clarke, Senior Research Fellow, Institute for a Broadband Enabled Society, University of Melbourne, VIC

Meeting the challenge of care co-ordination to older people with complex and long-term medical problems: an international perspective PDF icon gif

Dr Nick Goodwin, CEO, International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC), UK

Translating Evidence of Efficacy into Evidence of Effectiveness and Cost-Effectiveness PDF icon gif

Prof Danny Liew, Director, The Melbourne EpiCentre (Centre for Clinical Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Health Services Research), The University of Melbourne and Melbourne Health, VIC


Day 2: Concurrent sessions

Patient-Centred Care

Considering the Cultural and Conceptual Components of the Patient Audit Of Chronic Illness Care (Pacic) for the Vietnamese Community PDF icon gif

Penny Francis, North Richmond Community Health, VIC

Trapeze: a supported leap into adult health! An innovative service six months on PDF icon gif

Jude Foster, Sydney Children’s Hospital Network, NSW

Multiple Health Behaviour Change: Writing and Supporting a Lifestyle Prescription PDF icon gif

Stephen Penman, Centre for Complementary Medicine Research, University of Western Sydney, NSW

Patient Centred Goal Setting for the Management Of Chronic Low Back Pain – What Treatment Goals Are Important To Patients? PDF icon gif

Tania Gardner, Faculty of Health Sciences, Sydney University, NSW

CDM Systems & Tools

Single Page Screener for Health and Social needs PDF icon gif

Diana Herd, Department of Health, VIC

Applying Network Approaches to Primary Prevention PDF icon gif

Mary-Anne Sew Hoy, Sydney North Shore and Beaches Medicare Local, NSW

A Quality Initiative For Better Patient And Resources Management In Chronic Disease PDF icon gif

Jan Ironside & Katrina Scott-Charlton, Chronic Care Program, Canberra Hospital & Health Service, ACT

Cardiac Rehabilitation In The Private Health Sector: Implementing Best Practice PDF icon gif

Chris Vonier, Cabrini Health, VIC

Cancer Care & Advanced Planning

Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation Cancer Coaching: Innovative Person-Centered, Community-Based Cancer Care PDF icon gif

Janette Gale, Health Change Australia

Innovation in Cancer Survivorship – The Development of a Community-based Lifestyle Modification Program ‘Positive Change for Life’ PDF icon gif

Helen McLauchlan, Malignant Haematology & Stem Cell Transplantation Service, Alfred Hospital, VIC

The Implementation of Advance Care Planning in Chronic Disease Management (Harp) Settings – A Public Health Care Experience PDF icon gif

Rebecca Pang, HARP, Peninsula Health, VIC

Fairfield Site OACCP: Improved Program Outcomes Attributable to Embedding Health Change Patient-Centred Behaviour Change Methodology PDF icon gif

Danella Hackett, Health Change Australia

Telephonic Approaches to CDM

Telephone Coaching Improves Smoking Cessation and Increases Physical Activity in Cardiac Patients Attending Three Victorian Public Hospitals PDF icon gif

Aaron Di Guilmi, St Vincent’s Hospital, VIC

An Innovative Chronic Disease Management Program that Addresses the Progressive Stages of Chronic Disease Through In-Home and Telephonic Interventions PDF icon gif

Virginia Bullock & Dr Amanda Bobridge, Home Support Services, SA

The NSW Get Healthy Information and Coaching Service: Effectiveness and Reach for those with a High Risk of Chronic Disease PDF icon gif

Michelle Maxwell, Get Healthy Service, NSW Office of Preventive Health

A Respiratory Hotline for Patients With Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease PDF icon gif

Mary Roberts, Respiratory Ambulatory Care, Western Sydney Local Health District, NSW

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