The AAAPC would like to say a huge thank you to the sponsors and supporters of the 2022 Annual Research Conference...

2022 Conference sponsors

     


CSIRO Publishing /
Australian Journal of
Primary Health

Prize Sponsor



 

CSIRO Publishing is an editorially independent science publisher within the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO). Our internationally recognised program covers a wide range of disciplines, including agriculture, plant and animal sciences, chemistry, health and the environment. Our product range includes journals, books and magazines, and we have a global reputation for quality and excellence.

Each year at the AAAPC’s Annual Research Conference, Australian Journal of Primary Health awards a prize for the best paper relevant to the interests and scope of the journal.

Abstracts for the AAAPC 2021 Annual Research Conference are available online in Volume 27(4) of the Australian Journal of Primary Health.

publish.csiro.au



Australian National University

Keynote Sponsor



anu.edu.au
 

University of Melbourne

Prize Sponsor

 

The University of Melbourne Department of General Practice’s vision is to use research partnerships and teaching to promote excellence in general practice care. We work with communities and practitioners to improve the healthcare system, placing the person at the heart of healthcare and improving health outcomes and healthcare efficiencies.

We coordinate up to 900 medical student placements in general practice clinics every year, involving our highly engaged primary care network (VicREN).

Our research focuses on clinical and health services research and training with three major research themes.

  1. Clinical data analytics, where primary care data are analysed and interpreted; data are linked to explore pathways; describe epidemiology of health and disease in primary care;
  2. Primary care innovation, develop, test and implement innovations including digital technologies in primary care and policy initiatives with emphasis on co-design patient centred care, the medical home and stepped care models;
  3. Understanding the patient and practitioner experience and involving them in identifying the challenges in designing and testing solutions.

medicine.unimelb.edu.au/school-structure/general-practice

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