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1st Biennial Australian Implementation Conference | Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre  |  25 & 26 October 2012

Poster Presentations

The following poster presentations will be on display for the duration of the conference in the conference foyer. Poster Authors will give 2 minute presentations of their work during 5.30-6.30pm on Day 1, Wednesday.

Paper Presenter Organisation Title of Presentation PDF Download
4 Dr Frances Dark   Princess Alexandra Hospital  Innovation in a time of fiscal restraint: Mental Health service structural reform to facilitate the Implementation and dissemination of cognitive behavioural therapy for psychosis (CBTp) and cognitive remediation (CRT). Download Poster
16 Richard Colbran   Royal Far West Royal Far West: Implementing a service excellence framework Download Poster
19 Nicole Nathan   Hunter New England Population Health Adoption of obesity prevention policies and practices by Australian primary schools: 2006 TO 2013 Download Poster
20 Joanna Moullin   University of Technology Operationalising the Generic Implementation Framework (GIF) Download Poster
21 Dr Christina Hagger   Primary Health Care Research & Information Service Knowledge exchange to underpin implementation  Download Poster
22 Prue Atkins   La Trobe University The influence of organisational context on practice implementation. Download Poster
34 Susan Bruck   Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) The importance of being evaluative Download Poster
36 Kylie Murray   CONROD Preserving the human factor: Navigating the research-policy-implementation divide Download Poster
41 Dr Sze Lin Yoong   Hunter New England Population Health Implementation of physical activity and healthy eating policies and practices by New South Wales childcare services: Changes from 2006 to 2013 Download Poster
50 Deborah Wagner   Murdoch Childrens Research Institute Implementing the Smart Generation trial: using the Communities That Care approach to reduce risk factors related to adolescent alcohol use  Download Poster
56 Professor John Wiggers   Hunter New England Population Health Effectiveness of a population level implementation intervention on children’s nutrition, physical activity and weight status Download Poster
57 Professor John Wiggers   Hunter New England Population Health Scaling up smoking cessation interventions for hospital patients: from a clinic to a network of hospitals Download Poster
63 Dr Luke Wolfenden Hunter New England Population Health Validity of a measure to assess the healthy eating and physical activity policies and practices of Australian childcare services Download Poster
77 Associate Professor Tim Shaw   The University of Sydney A systematic approach to closing gaps in lung cancer care in NSW Download Poster
79 Kay Turner   SDN Children's Services Pathways for Families: Implementing a model of integrated service delivery in a complex organisation Download Poster
82 Paula Wood MCRI and Goodstart Early Learning Fostering emergent literacy in the early years through partnerships with Early Childhood Education and Care services Download Poster
83 Dr Luke Wolfenden   Hunter New England Population Health Factors associated with the childcare service implementation of healthy eating and physical activity policies and practices in Australia: a cross-sectional study Download Poster
88 Dr Emma Power   University of Sydney Providing a foundation for implementation: The development and validation of Australian aphasia rehabilitation best practice statements Download Poster
89 Deborah McGregor   Workforce Education and Development Group Building capacity for implementation: an example from a translational research centre Download Poster
92 Rebecca Fry & Christine Levy Centre for Community Child Health Blue Sky: Implementing community-wide change Download Poster
95 Charlie Chubb   UnitingCare Burnside Initial implementation of Evidence Based Practice in a child welfare service Download Poster
96 Dr Rebekah Grace & Yvonne McCann University of NSW A multi-agency research partnership to explore the effectiveness of a volunteer home visiting program to support vulnerable families  Download Poster
97 Dr Christopher Williams   Hunter New England Population Health An online clinical decision tool to support management of back pain - development and mixed methods evaluation Download Poster
102 Dr Tahna Pettman University of Melbourne Knowledge translation for researchers: Building capacity in Australia Download Poster
107 Dr Lindsay Smith   University of Tasmania Applying project management methodology to practice development to enhances health outcomes Download Poster
108 Dr Sharleen O'Reilly   Deakin University Adapting primary care collaboratives for diabetes prevention in high risk women Download Poster
110 Professor Caroline Finch  

Australian Centre for Research into Injury in Sport and its Prevention, Federation University Australia

Implementing programs to prevent injury in sport - an overview of the current state of play Download Poster
112 Professor Caroline Finch  

Australian Centre for Research into Injury in Sport and its Prevention, Federation University Australia

Measuring how partnerships evolve over a 4-year implementation project Download Poster
114 Margit Neher   Linköping University  Learning-opportunities in rheumatology practice-a qualitative study Download Poster
134 Andrew Andrews Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth An innovative approach to building capacity for effective implementation Download Poster



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