During the conference delegates can choose from six concurrent workshops to develop their primary care research skills.
Our workshops will be engaging and interactive - the presenters will give you the opportunity to learn and build new skills.
Writing for Publication
Presenter: Dr Katharine Wallis (Department of General Practice & Primary Health Care, University of Auckland) and Prof Felicity Goodyear-Smith (Department of General Practice & Primary Health Care, University of Auckland)
Using Google Trends to Demonstrate (often unexpected) Disease Seasonality
Presenter: Dr Scott Garrison (Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine, University of Alberta, Canada and Director, Pragmatic Trials Collaborative)
Big (Qualitative) DataPresenter: A/Prof Louise Stone (Academic Unit of General Practice, ANU Medical School)
Bridging Healthcare Information in a Future Focused System
Presenter: Dr Jean-Frederic Levesque (Agency for Clinical Innovation) and Patricia Correll (NSW Ministry of Health)
Co-Design: Challenges and Opportunities – A Youth Perspective
Presenter: Timothy Kariotis (NCDFREE, Australasia Coordinator; Melbourne School of Engineering - School of Computing and Information Systems, University of Melbourne), Rebecca Lane (Youth Health Forum), and Joseph Akot (Youth Health Forum).
How can we develop our skills to encourage ongoing, high-quality user/provider relationships in Australian primary care to keep people well-cared for in their community?
Presenter: Claire Jackson (University of Queensland), Lauren Ball (Griffith University) and Katelyn Barnes (Australian National University)