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    Colac Area Health 2024 Research Symposium

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    Come and hear all about the excellent research work that is happening at CAH. Research plays an important role in promoting a culture of innovation and evidence-based care.

    We’d love to see you there -Β feel free to pop in and out as you please!

    We have an inspiring keynote speaker, Dr Hannah Beks, who will discuss rural health equity to kick off our symposium.

    As a rural health researcher and registered nurse, Dr Hannah Beks’ program of research and evaluation is focused on redressing health inequity experienced by rural communities internationally. With over 35 peer-reviewed publications, and over $10 million (AUD) in competitive research funding, Hannah's research spans health services research, place-based research, and evaluation.


    Open & welcome address - Professor Steven Moylan (CEO)

    CAH Research Unit update and overview - Dr Laura Alston

    Keynote presentation: Researching health inequity through place-based research -Β Dr Hannah Beks

    A quantitative evaluation of the impact of COVID-19 case activity on the wellbeing of Victorian rural and regional health staff (The CReW Study) -Β Dr Michael Field

    CReW-Ace: COVID-19 & Regional Health Staff Wellbeing - Accessibility of Supports -Β Dr Maryam Esghaei

    DELIVER @ Colac Area Health - Alison Buccheri

    Driving prevention in rural settings: Understanding barriers, enablers and the role of rural health services in supporting changes in local rural food environments -Β Nikita Wheaton

    A shared-care model for improved delivery of paediatric outpatient care -Β Dr Hannah Clark

    I-HEART (Heart failure guideline implementation at CAH) - Anna George

    Learning, digital literacy and mandatory training in low technology roles - a workforce study in public health - Hayley Keane

    Innovation for inspiration and retention in healthcare: innovation hubs and QS research fellows - Alice Bennett

    A clinician’s experience in designing a locally relevant research proposal at CAH - Beth Roe

    Translating research into practice: improving texture modification systems in aged care -Β Cara Hill

    Closing remarks and question time

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