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A/Prof Federico Girosi
Chief Scientist, Director, Research of the Digital Health CRC; Associate Professor,
University of Western Sydney, Australia
Track : Symposium 3: Beyond Healthcare To Health
Day 1 , 25 October 2018 , Thursday
1636 - 1700
Topic : Symposium 3: Panel DiscussionTrack : Symposium 3: Beyond Healthcare To Health

Day 1 , 25 October 2018 , Thursday
1606 – 1636
Topic : Plenary 6: Microsimulation And Health Policy Making
Dr Arul Earnest
Associate Professor; Biostatistics Unit,
Senior Biostatistician; Registry Sciences Unit,
Monash University
Track : Health Services Research
Day 2 , 26 October 2018 , Friday
1330 - 1400
Topic : Using Clinical Quality Registries to Improve Care, An Australian Perspective
Dr Samir K. Sinha MD, DPhil, FRCPC, AGSF
Director of Geriatrics
Sinai Health System and the University Health Network, Toronto, Canada
Track : Symposium 1: Beyond Quality To Value
Day 1 , 25 October 2018 , Thursday
0936 - 1000
Topic : Symposium 1: Panel DiscussionTrack : Population Health Symposium 2018

Day 2 , 26 October 2018 , Friday
1330 - 1415
Topic : Using A Population Health Approach To Advance The Needs Of An Ageing PopulationTrack : Symposium 1: Beyond Quality To Value

Day 1 , 25 October 2018 , Thursday
0906 - 0936
Topic : Plenary 2: Lessons Learned from the Development of Cost-Effective and Integrated Care Models for the Elderly in Toronto, Canada
Mr Matt Laird
Product & Game Designer,
Creative,
Perx Health
Mr Ralph Broad
Director, Inclusive Neighbourhoods Ltd; Founder, Local Area Coordination Network, UK
Track : Symposium 2: Beyond Hospital To Community
Day 1 , 25 October 2018 , Thursday
1146 - 1210
Topic : Symposium 2: Panel DiscussionTrack : Population Health Symposium 2018

Day 2 , 26 October 2018 , Friday
1100 - 1200
Topic : Panel Discussion: Sustaining practical local solutions in prevention, capacity building and integrated interventionsTrack : Population Health Symposium 2018

Day 2 , 26 October 2018 , Friday
0840 - 0925
Topic : Local Area Coordination – Implementation & Shifting from Assessment, Funding & Services to Prevention, Capacity Building & Practical Local SolutionsTrack : Symposium 2: Beyond Hospital To Community

Day 1 , 25 October 2018 , Thursday
1116 - 1146
Topic : Plenary 4: Local Area Coordination: Transformation of Services & Systems – Multiple Evaluations & Learning
Prof James Dunbar
Honorary Professor, Deakin Rural Health,
School of Medicine, Faculty of Health, Deakin University;
Research Advisor, Australian Health Policy Collaboration, Victoria University
Track : Primary Care Forum 2018
Day 2 , 26 October 2018 , Friday
0940 - 1025
Topic : Plenary 2: the Population Health Approach To Managing Diabetes
Prof Martin Marshall
Professor of Healthcare Improvement, University College London;
Vice-Chair, Royal College of General Practitioners
Track : SHBC Opening Ceremony
Day 1 , 25 October 2018 , Thursday
1420 - 1500
Topic : Keynote: Rethinking Care for Diverse PopulationTrack : Primary Care Forum 2018

Day 2 , 26 October 2018 , Friday
1400 - 1440
Topic : Plenary 3 : Bench To Bedside: The Science of Improving Primary CareTrack : Primary Care Forum 2018

Day 2 , 26 October 2018 , Friday
0855 - 0940
Topic : Plenary 1 : Successes, Sorrows And Strategies For Primary Care Networks
Professor Finbarr C Martin
Emeritus Consultant Geriatrician and Professor of Medical Gerontology,
King's College London
Track : Symposium 2: Beyond Hospital To Community
Day 1 , 25 October 2018 , Thursday
1146 - 1210
Topic : Symposium 2: Panel DiscussionTrack : Population Health Symposium 2018

Day 2 , 26 October 2018 , Friday
1415 - 1500
Topic : Holistic Management of Frailty and Falls prevention across the continuum, a UK perspectiveTrack : Geriatric and Rehabilitation Medicine

Day 2 , 26 October 2018 , Friday
0830 - 0900
Topic : Frailty - An IntroductionTrack : Symposium 2: Beyond Hospital To Community

Day 1 , 25 October 2018 , Thursday
1043 - 1113
Topic : Plenary 3: New Service Models and Frameworks for Geriatric Syndromes of Falls, Frailty and Delirium Management