Australasian Telehealth Society

Centre for Online Health, The University of Queensland

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THURSDAY, 1 DECEMBER 2011

8.00am - 9.00am    Registration at Royal on the Park Hotel

Session 1 - Avro-Bristol Room - Chair: Professor Len Gray

9.00am Welcome Professor Len Gray, The University of Queensland, Australia
9.10am Welcome to Country Songwoman Maroochy
9.20am Official Opening Address
Yogi Kanagasingam, President, Australasian TeleHealth Society
9.40am KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Telehealth and Medicare
Richard Bartlett, Medical Benefits Division, Australia
10.10am Question and Answers
10.30am Morning Tea

Session 2 - Avro-Bristol Room - Chair: Professor Yogi Kanagasingam

11.00am Telehealth Opportunities in Australia Professor Len Gray, The University of Queensland, Australia
11.15am Implementation Landscape for Medicare Telehealth Services Implementation
Professor Anthony Maeder, University of Western Sydney, Australia
11.30am Ensuring Telehealth Practices Comply with Privacy Laws
Dr Jasmine Croll, The University of Queensland, Australia
11.45am Is the Use of Skype to Deliver Clinical Telehealth Services Supported by Evidence?
Dr Nigel Armfield, The University of Queensland, Australia
12.00pm A Retrospective Review of Medicare Expenditure in Australia for Psychiatric Services Delivered in Person and Via Videoconference
Associate Professor Anthony Smith, The University of Queensland, Australia
12.15pm Panel discussion

12.30pm Lunch

Concurrent session 3.1 - Avro-Bristol Room - Chair: Jackie Plunkett

1.30pm Telephonic Health Behaviour Change: Realising the Outcomes Dr Roshmeen Azam, Medibank Health Solutions, Australia
1.45pm Internet and Mobile Phone Technology: Extending the Reach of Psychological Treatment Dr Dawn Proctor, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
2.00pm The Australian TLC Diabetes System: an Automated Telephone System to Improve Diabetes Management Professor Brian Oldenburg, Monash University, Australia
2.15pm Sharing Results of a Telehealth-enabled Chronic Care Management Service to Support People with Long-term Conditions at Home Anton Venter, Healthcare of New Zealand, New Zealand
2.30pm Panel discussion

Concurrent session 3.2 - Southern Cross Pavilion - Chair: Dr Nigel Armfield

1.30pm Using Videoconferencing to Support Discharge – A Service for Paediatric Oncology Regional Families Paula Condon, Queensland Health, Australia
1.45pm Heart Failure and Heart Transplant Medical, Nursing and Pharmacy Telehealth in Queensland Dr Scott McKenzie, The Prince Charles Hospital, Australia
2.00pm Telepharmacy:  Reaching Out to Patients Admitted to Rural Hospitals Nina Muscillo, Medication Services Queensland, Australia
2.15pm The Diagnostic Accuracy of Telerehabilitation for Musculoskeletal Disorders of the Shoulder Dr Trevor Russell, The University of Queensland, Australia
2.30pm The Validity and Reliability of Conducting Clinical Dysphagia Assessments Via Telerehabilitation Professor Liz Ward, The University of Queensland, Australia
2.45pm Panel discussion

3.00pm Afternoon Tea and Poster Viewing Session

Session 4 - Avro-Bristol Room - Chair: Professor Anthony Maeder

3.30pm The Remote Assessment of Melanocytic Skin Lesions: a Viable Alternative to Face-to-face Consultation Dr Zachary Boyce, The University of Queensland, Australia
3.45pm Accuracy of Medication Checks Via Internet Video Natalie Bradford, The University of Queensland, Australia
4.00pm Drop-out Rates in Traditional Cardiac Rehabilitation Programs is Addressed by an Innovative Technology Based Home-care Model Dr Hang Ding, The Australian e-Health Research Centre, Australia
4.15pm Tele-audiology – a Pressing Need Being Addressed by New Technologies Adjunct Professor Robert Eikelboom, Ear Science Institute Australia, Australia
4.30pm How Prepared are Healthcare Institutions in KwaZulu-Natal to Implement a Telepsychiatry Program? Jennifer Chipps, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
4.45pm Panel discussion

5.00pm - 6.00pm ATHS Annual General Meeting

6.30pm Transfer to Conference Dinner Buses depart from Royal on the Park at 6.30pm. Please gather in the foyer.  Dress is smart casual.
7.00pm- 11.00pm Conference Dinner The Landing at Dockside, Kangaroo Point

FRIDAY, 2 DECEMBER 2011

8.00am - 9.15am Registration

Session 1 - Avro-Bristol Room - Chair: Associate Professor Anthony Smith

9.15am Welcome Associate Professor Anthony Smith, The University of Queensland, Australia
9.25am The Barriers to Telehealth Jackie Plunkett, NT Department of Health, Australia
9.45am The Organisational Consequences of Introducing Telehealth - a Qualitative Study Dr Tori Wade, University of Adelaide, Australia
10.05am Improving Health Service Delivery through Telehealth Expansion in Queensland Andrew Bryett, Queensland Health, Australia
10.20am Panel discussion
10.30am Morning Tea

Session 2 - Avro-Bristol Room - Chair: Simon Hayden

11.00am Remote Care for an ICU: the Bundaberg Experience Professor Jeffery Lipman, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Australia
11.15am Capturing and Reporting Admitted Patient Telehealth Activity in Queensland Health
Stephanie Ferdinands, Queensland Health, Australia and Laura Cleator, Queensland Health, Australia
11.30am Nutritional Management of Children with Cystic Fibrosis Using Telehealth
Phillip Greenup, Queensland Health, Australia
11.45am Teleradiology in Queensland Health - Successes and Failures
Dr Lawrence Sim, Queensland Health, Australia
12.00pm Telepsychiatry in Queensland - Lessons of Success
Jennylee Wood, Royal Children’s Hospital, Australia
12.15pm Panel discussion
12.30pm Lunch

Concurrent session 3.1 - Avro-Bristol Room - Chair: Professor Colin Carati

1.30pm A Low Cost Activities of Daily Living Assessment System for the Continual Assessment of Post-stroke Patients, from Acute Rehabilitation Through to Telerehabilitation Christopher Golby, University of Warwick, United Kingdom
1.45pm High-definition 3D Telehealth Applications for the Empowerment of Regional Patients in Health Care Facilities and the Home: E-Research and Innovation  Dr Richard Collmann, University of Melbourne,
Australia
2.00pm Understanding Cellphone Use for MHealth in South Africa Professor Maurice Mars, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
2.15pm Improvement of Health Delivery Services for Vulnerable Populations Through ICT’s Implementation in Developing Countries. Experiences from the Amazonia Paola Sanoni, The University of Tsukuba, Japan
2.30pm A Historical Look at the Workers Compensation Telecommunication Item Numbers in Queensland Dr Andrew Jeremijenko, TeleDr, Australia
2.45pm Panel discussion

Concurrent session 3.2 - Southern Cross Pavilion - Chair: Dr Jasmine Croll

1.30pm Quantitative Analysis of a Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) Service Trial in the Hunter Region of New South Wales Anthony Fanning, Healthe, Australia
1.45pm What’s a Security Camera Doing in my Emergency Room Bed Space? John Lambert, Western NSW Local Health District, Australia
2.00pm Role of Physical Examination in Diagnosis of Dementia Dr Melinda Martin Khan, The University of Queensland, Australia
2.15pm Telehealth for Nursing Homes: Needs Analysis Dr Sisira Edirippulige, The University of Queensland, Australia
2.30pm Telehealth Potential for “Business As Usual” in Outpatients’ Clinics Patricia Kerr, Telehealth NZ Ltd, New Zealand
2.45pm Panel discussion

Session 4 - Avro-Bristol Room - Chair: Professor Len Gray

3.00pm Conference Close and Awards Ceremony Professor Len Gray, The University of Queensland, Australia
3.30pm-4.00pm Afternoon Tea

 

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