Presentations

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Tuesday Presentations | Wednesday Presentations

TUESDAY 22 OCTOBER 2019

Opening Plenary Session 

Keynote Address: Implementation of System-Wide Virtual Care Center
Mark Saxon, Mercy Virtual, USA

State of Telehealth in Australia: is There Any Need for Policy Change?
Len Gray, Centre for Health Services Research, The University of Queensland, Australia

Concurrent Session 1

mHealth - Maximum Adoption in the Developing World: Development of a Comprehensive Model for Patients and Health Workers
Michael Addotey-Delove, University of Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa

Learnings from the Telemedicine Program in Greenland
Martin Dombernowsky, Avanade, Australia

Healthspot's Pursuit to Provide Global Healthcare Access through Telemedicine
Michael Kountze, University of the Incarnate Word, United States

Michigan Stroke Network - The Success Story
Ramesh Madhavan, St Joseph Mercy Hospital, United States

Concurrent Session 2

Evidence for the Use of mHealth Interventions with First Nations Populations to Address Health Challenges: a Systematic Literature Review
Georgina Hobson, Centre for Online Health, The University of Queensland, Australia

Can we Deliver Evidence-Based Mental Health Interventions on a Mobile Phone?
Jennifer Chipps, University of the Western Cape, South Africa

WhatsApp Telemedicine Guidelines – What Guidelines? A Literature Review
Maurice Mars, University of KwaZuluNatal, South Africa

The Effectiveness of Text Messaging Interventions for Depression: a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Buddhika Senanayake, Centre for Online Health, The University of Queensland, Australia

Concurrent Session 3

Integrating Telehealth in to a Community Based Interdisciplinary Brain Injury Service
Elizabeth Beadle, Queensland Health, Australia

Implementing a Peer Support Program by Group Videoconferencing for Isolated Dementia Carers
Annie Banbury, Central Queensland University, Centre for Online Health, The University of Queensland, Australia

The Voice of the Patient in Shaping Telehealth Services at a Tertiary Hospital
Nandhini Natarajan, Royal Perth Hospital, Australia

Integrated Telehealth Assisted Home-Based Specialist Palliative Care: a Feasibility Study in an Australian Rural Community Setting
Peter Poon, Monash Health, Australia

Concurrent Session 4

Challenges and Opportunities in Implementing Forensic Child and Youth Mental Health Services via Telehealth
Megan Bunt, Forensic CYMHS, Australia

The Importance of Clinical Facilitation for a Perinatal and Infant Telemental Health Service
Naomi Kikkawa, Children's Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service, Australia & Monica Taylor, Centre for Online Health, The University of Queensland, Australia

Feasibility and Acceptability of Using Telehealth for Early Intervention Parent Counselling
Nicole Owen, Children's Health Queensland, Australia

Concurrent Session 5

Can Artificial Intelligence Play a Role in TeleENT?
Adam Mothershaw, Centre for Online Health, The University of Queensland, Australia

Connect@Home: a Partnership to Deliver a Technology-Enhanced Model of Care
Suzanne Morony, Zest Health Strategies, Australia & Vickie Irving, Telstra Health, Australia

Concurrent Session 6 

The Successes and Failures of Dental Telehealth Project in Torres Strait
Margaret Nowak, Torres and Cape Hospital and Health Service, Australia

Effectiveness of Telemedicine in the Treatment of Substance Abuse in Australia
Melinda Symon, Hader Clinic QLD, Australia 

Teledermoscopy in General Practice: a Pilot Study from the Region of Southern Denmark
Tine Vestergaard, Odense University Hospital, Denmark

Central Queensland Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Maternal Network Telehealth
Christina McInally & Vickey Blachford, CQHHS, Australia

Digital Health Interventions for Chronic Diseases: a Scoping Review of Evaluation Frameworks
Nazli Bashi, Australian eHealth Research Center, CSIRO, Australia

WEDNESDAY 23 OCTOBER 2019

Keynote Presentation

Keynote Address: Tackling Outpatient Waiting Lists with Teleconsultations and Teleophthalmology - the Experience in Brazil
Roberto Umpierre, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

Oral Poster Presentations

The Development of Practice Guidelines for Teledermatology in Australia
Liam Caffery, Centre for Online Health, The University of Queensland, Australia

Mobile Telehealth - A 2020 Vision
Ramesh Madhavan, St Joseph Mercy Hospital, United States

Hello ViDe: a New Application of Teledentistry in Australia to Improve Access to Professional Dental Help for the Private Sector
Christine May, ViDe Virtual Dental Australia, Australia

Pilot Use of Video Conference to Provide Remote Support for an Infirmary Unit in Hong Kong
Daniel Yuk, Cheshire Home Shatin and Shatin Hospital, Hong Kong

Concurrent Session 7

Today’s Special: Telerehab with an Optional Side Serving of Face to Face Sessions. Meeting the Changing and Varied ‘Dietary
Requirements’ Across Clinicians, Clients and Managers to Introduce and Sustain the Use of Technology Across Rehabilitation Services

Mardi George, Tasmanian Health Service, Australia 

The Delivery of a Positive Behaviour Support Service to Regional and Remote Participants via Telepractice
Genevieve Johnsson, Autism Spectrum Australia, Australia

Establishing Telehealth within Redland Hospital’s Physiotherapy Musculoskeletal Management Clinic’s Model of Care to Improve
Patient Access to Services

Vicki Parravicini, Queensland Health, Australia

Concurrent Session 8

Metro South Health Telehealth – The Development of Public Telehealth Services in a Metropolitan Health Service
Karen Lucas, Metro South Health, Australia

The Challenges of Collaborating with Numerous External Stakeholders in the Development of a New Telehealth Service
Andrea Jeffery, Metro South Health, Australia & Betina Thiedek, Princess Alexandra Hospital

Telehealth…. The “Two of Us” The Journey of the Telehealth at St Vincent’s Health Network Sydney, and the Subsequent Success of a Telehealth Body Movement Clinic on the Mid-North Coast
Majid Shahi, St Vincent's Health Network Sydney & Rachael Mackinnon, Parkinson's NSW & Mid North Coast Local Health District, Australia

Concurrent Session 9

Denmark – A Telehealth Nation - How to Co-Create Successful Chronic Disease Management Solutions Across Sectors
Christian Mercado, Health Innovation Centre of Southern Denmark, Denmark

Weight Loss and Reversing Type 2 Diabetes Cost-Effectively Through eHealth Coaching
Carl Joakim Brandt, Research Unit for General Practice, Denmark

Evaluation of Paediatric Diabetic Telehealth Service to Rural Sites
Michael Williams, Mackay Base Hospital, Australia

Concurrent Session 10

Impact of School-Based Allied Health Therapy via Telehealth on Children’s Speech and Language, Class Participation and Educational Outcomes
Anthony Smith, Centre for Online Health, The University of Queensland, Australia

From Behind the Bars! Telehealth in a Correctional Setting 
Kim Ford, Tasmanian Heath Service, Australia

Waikato District Health Board Outpatient Telehealth Service Reduces Trips for Springhill Correctional Facility
Denise Irvine, WaikatoDHB, New Zealand

Concurrent Session 11

Successes and Failures in Mobile Health Data Protection and Their Impacts: a Realist Review
Javad Pool, Centre for Health Services Research, The University of Queensland, Australia

Telehealth in the Acute Hospital Setting to Reduce Medical Fatigue
Matthew Barneveld, Telehealth Emergency Management Support Unit & Isaac Hohaia, Darling Downs Hospital, Australia

The Little Known and Often Underrated Enablers to a Successful Acute Telehealth Service
Kylie Bosich, WA Country Health Service, Australia

Concurrent Session 12

Combining Telehealth Capabilities to Strengthen Delivery of HomeBased Acute Care Models
Mel McCusker, Metro South Hospital and Health Service, Australia

Remote Patient Monitoring - Making it Happen
Bronwyn Phillips, Murray PHN, Australia

Diurnal Variation in Blood Pressure Quantified by Home Blood Pressure Monitoring: an Investigation in Timing of AntiHypertensive Administration
Branko Celler, University of NSW, Australia