Poster Presentations

Oral Posters

 

Comparing Metropolitan and Rural Hospital-based Activity to Help Inform Adoption and Expansion

Annie BANBURY 1, Anthony SMITH 1, Ateev MEHROTRA 2, Monica TAYLOR 1, Mathew PAGE 3, Liam CAFFERY 1

  1. The University of Queensland, Queensland, Australia
  2. Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
  3. Queensland Health, Queensland, Australia

 

Australian primary care reform requires co-designed telehealth-based care for its homebound population

Alline BELEIGOLI 1, Maria Alejandra PINERO DE PLAZA 1,2, Penelope MCMILLAN 1, Robyn CLARK 1, Renuka VISVANATHAN 2, Alison KITSON 1,2

  1. Caring Futures Institute, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Flinders University
  2. National Health and Medical Research Council, Centre of Research Excellence in Frailty and Healthy Ageing

 

The Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (RBWH) Allied Health TeleBurns Service: An implementation evaluation

Clare BURNS 1, Amber JONES 2, Perry JUDD 2, Hannah CARTER 3, Angela CHANG 2, Andrea MCKITTRICK 2, Anita PLAZA 2, Michelle COTTRELL 2

  1. Queensland Health, Royal Brisbane & Women's Hospital, Queensland, Australia
  2. Queensland Health, Queensland, Australia
  3. The Queensland University of Technology, Queensland, Australia

 

Integrated Speech Pathology Telepractice Service for Swallowing Rehabilitation: A feasibility study

Clare BURNS 1, Annie HILL 2,3, Elizabeth WARD 2,3, Sanjeewa KULARATNA 4

  1. Queensland Health, Royal Brisbane & Women's Hospital, Queensland, Australia
  2. Queensland Health, Queensland, Australia
  3. The University of Queensland, Queensland, Australia
  4. School of Public Health and Social Work, Queensland University of Technology, Queensland, Australia

 

BRAZILIAN MACRO-INSTITUTIONAL CONTEXT TO IMPLEMENT MEDICAL TELECONSULTATION

Soraia DE CAMARGO CATAPAN 1, Maria Cristina MARINO CALVO 1

  1. Federal University of Santa Catarina, Santa Catarina, Brazil 

 

Poster

Patients’ and Health Professionals’ Views on Digital Interventions for Diabetes Care: A systematic review and meta analysis

Poster Recording

Patients’ and Health Professionals’ Views on Digital Interventions for Diabetes Care: A systematic review and meta analysis

Uthara NAIR 1, Mahnaz SAMADBEIK 2, Farhad FATEHI 1, Sisira EDIRIPPULIGE 1

  1. Centre for Online Health, The University of Queensland, Queensland, Australia
  2. Faculty of Allied Medical Sciences, Lorestan University of Medical Sciences, Khorramabad, Iran

 

Telerehabilitation for Physiotherapists in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic and Restrictions Imposed on In-person Consultations: Changes in perceptions

Megan ROSS 1, Mark NELSON 2, Nicole HARTLEY 1, Matthew WEIGHT 2, Vicki PARRAVICINI 3, Ryan TYRRELL 2,
Trevor RUSSELL 1

  1. The University of Queensland, Queensland, Australia
  2. QEII Hospital, Queensland, Australia
  3. Redland Hospital, Queensland, Australia

 

Poster

High Versus Low Adoption and Sustained Use of Telehealth Among Hospital Based Allied Health Services: A multi-method study

Poster Recording

HIGH VERSUS LOW ADOPTION AND SUSTAINED USE OF TELEHEALTH AMONG HOSPITAL BASED ALLIED HEALTH SERVICES: A MULTI-METHOD STUDY

Emma THOMAS 1, Elizabeth WARD 2, Renee COOK 2, Julie-Anne ROSS 3, Carina HARTLEY 4, Clare WEBB 5,
Michael HARRIS 6, Liam CAFFERY 1

  1. The University of Queensland, Queensland, Australia
  2. Centre for Functioning and Health Research (CFAHR), Metro South Hospital and Health Service, Queensland, Australia
  3. Princess Alexandra Hospital, Metro South Hospital and Health Service, Queensland, Australia
  4. Logan and Beaudesert Hospitals, Metro South Hospital and Health Service, Queensland, Australia
  5. Queen Elizabeth II Hospital, Metro South Hospital and Health Service, Queensland, Australia
  6. Bayside Health Service, Metro South Hospital and Health Service, Queensland, Australia

 

posters

 

The experiences of residential aged care facilities using telehealth during COVID-19?

Annie BANBURY 1,2, Monica TAYLOR 1,2, Natasha REID 2, Anthony SMITH 1,2, Len GRAY 2

  1. Centre for Online Health at The Centre for Health Services Research,The University of Queensland
  2. The Centre for Health Services Research, The University of Queensland

 

Development of an integrated digital educational resources to enhance and sustain speech pathology telepractice services across Australia

Clare L. BURNS 1,2, Annie J. HILL 2,3, Elizabeth C. WARD 2,4 and the Speech Pathology Australia Telepractice Working Party

  1. Speech Pathology Department, Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital, Metro North Hospital & Health Service, Queensland Health 
  2. The University of Queensland, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, Brisbane
  3. Surgical Treatment and Rehabilitation Service, Metro North Hospital & Health Service; Queensland Health
  4. Centre for Functioning and Health Research, Metro South Health, Queensland Health

 

The effect of financial incentives on telehealth service uptake in Australia

Liam CAFFERY 1, Kathryn VITANGCOL1, Keshia DE GUZMAN 1, Centaine SNOSWELL 1, Anthony SMITH 1

  1. Centre for Online Health, Centre for Health Services Research, The University of Queensland, Queensland, Australia

 

Symptoms and Experiences of Older Adults with Lung Cancer in Telenursing with Home-Monitored Under the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Mixed Methods Research

Tomoyo HARADA 1, Tomoko KAMEI 2

  1. St. Luke’s International University, Graduate School of Nursing Science, PhD Course
  2. St. Luke’s International University, Graduate School of Nursing Science

 

Pre- to Post-COVID TelePBS: Back dating the change management approach we needed

Genevieve JOHNSSON 1, Kim BULKELEY 2

  1. Autism Spectrum Australia
  2. University of Sydney

 

Changes in Home Monitoring Based Telenursing Services for a Patient with Chronic Disease Before and During the COVID 19 Pandemic : A Fully Longitudinal Mixed Methods Case Study

Aki KAWADA 1, Tomoko KAMEI T 1

  1. St. Luke’s International University Graduate School of Nursing Science, Tokyo, Japan

 

Unpacking Discourses on Telehealth Use, Data Security and Privacy: A Qualitative Analysis

Javad POOL 1, Farhad FATEHI 1,2, Saeed AKHLAGHPOUR 1, Ryan KO 1

  1. The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia;
  2. Monash University, Melbourne, Australia

 

Key elements to successful rapid uptake of telehealth in public hospital physiotherapy departments: clinician perspectives

Megan H ROSS 1, Mark NELSON 2, Vicki PARRAVICINI 3, Matthew WEIGHT 2, Ryan TYRRELL 2, Nicole HARTLEY 4, Trevor RUSSELL 1

  1. RECOVER Injury Research Centre, The University of Queensland
  2. QEII Jubilee Hospital, Metro South Hospital and Health Service
  3. Bayside Health Service, Metro South Hospital and Health Service
  4. School of Business, The University of Queensland

 

What do Patients Value in an Outpatient Video Consultation? A Discrete Choice Experiment Determining Preferences and Willingness-to-pay

Centaine SNOSWELL 1, Anthony SMITH 1, Matthew PAGE 2, Liam CAFFERY 1

  1. The University of Queensland, Queensland, Australia
  2. Telehealth Support Unit, Queensland Health, Queensland, Australia

 

A Private Paediatric Telehealth Service for Rural Children in Queensland

Michael WILLIAMS 1

  1. Qld Peadiatric Telehealth Service