Lectures, presentations & workshops

The Future Vision for Healthcare in the North

2015
Dr John Hussey, MBChB (Liverpool 1980);

Integrated Services - "The Holy Grail"

2015
Dr John Hussey, MBChB (Liverpool 1980); DRCOG; FRCGP

The role of primary health care in the context of the larger health system

2014
Dr Hernan Montenegro, Health Systems Advisor at World Health Organization

Unlocking the potential of General Practice

2014
Professor Walter Rosser from School of Medicine, Queen’s University, Canada

‘Contexts, systems and networks: Key considerations in joining up and integrating implementation research to improve population health outcomes'

2014
Professor Nancy Edwards, Scientific Director Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Professor, University of Ottawa

No magic bullets: lessons on integrated care from the English National Health Service

2013
Dr Rebecca Rosen Senior Fellow, Nuffield Trust & GP Vice Chair for Greenwich Clinical Commissioning Group

Tackling the big issues in oral health policy

2013
Dr Len Crocombe, APHCRI Centre for Research Excellence in Primary Oral Health Care

Forming alliances to ensure better outcomes for patients with multi-morbidity

2013
Professor Martin Fortin Director of Research, Department of Family Medicine, Université de Sherbrooke (Quebec), Director of Academic Research, Centre de santé et de services sociaux de Chicoutimi, Canada

Clinical & community initiatives for obesity prevention & control

2013
Dr William Dietz Former Director of the Division of Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Obesity in the Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion

First Nation-managed healthcare organisations: opportunities, challenges & trends

2013
Associate Professor Josée Lavoie University of Northern British Columbia

The role of primary care in cancer control: lessons for health care policy

2012
Professor David Weller James Mackenzie Professor of General Practice, University of Edinburgh, Scotland

Effectiveness of care of patients & populations: exploring the determinants of the paradox of primary care

2012
Professor Chris van Weel Professor and Head of the Department of General Practice University Medical Centre, Nijmegen, the Netherlands

Research-informed health policy: turning data into information to guide policy and improve health

2012
Dr Robert L Phillips & Dr Andrew Bazemore The Robert Graham Center for Policy Studies in Family Medicine and Primary Care, USA

Why does the UK keep investing in primary care? Is it really that effective?

2012
Professor Martin Roland CBE Chair in Health Services Research at the University of Cambridge

Transforming relationships for high performance in health services: a relational model of organisational change

2012
Professor Jody Hoffer Gittell Professor of Management, Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Brandeis University

Transforming relationships for high performance in health services: a relational model of organisational change

2011
Professor Jody Hoffer Gittell

Coordinating public and private sector efforts to improve healthcare quality and performance

2011
Dr Brian Mittman

Master Class - diffusion, spread and sustainability of innovation

2011
Professor Jonathan Lomas

Pay for performance in general practice does work if it’s used appropriately: Lessons from the UK

2011
Dr Stephen Campbell

Policy failures in health care for the important early years

2011
Dr Daniel McAullay, APHCRI PhD graduate

Epidemiology at the extremes

2011
Dr Lachlan McIver, 2010 APHCRI/Robert Graham Center Visiting Fellow

Value for money in health care - why it's hard to achieve and what to do about it

2010
Adjunct Professor Steven Lewis, Menzies Visiting Fellow

The case against health insurance

2010
Adjunct Professor Steven Lewis, Menzies Visiting Fellow

Should pay-for-performance be introduced in to Australian health care? Lessons from abroad

2010
Dr Stephen Campbell, APHCRI Visiting Fellow

A tale of two systems: primary care for depression in London and Melbourne

2010
Dr Eugenia Cronin, APHCRI Visiting Fellow

Competency based medical education: the solution to workforce shortages?

2010
Dr Jason Frank, APHCRI Visiting Fellow

Preventing the Depressed State

2009
Professor Pim Cuijpers

Obamarama and the Audacity of Evidence for Health Reform in the United States

2009
Dr Andrew Bazemore

Designing community health and prevention programs to address the needs of marginalised and disadvantaged communities

2009
Dr Julie Will

Does Pay for Performance Improve the Quality of Primary Care?

2009
Dr Stephen Campbell

Working Towards a Connected Frontline Health System

2009
Professor Kurt Stange

Working Together for a Better Primary Health Care System

2009
Professor Debra Humphris

E-health: One Giant Leap for the Health System

2009
Professor Frank Sullivan

Global Perspectives on Health Policy Development - From Evidence to Practice

2009
Dr Tikki Pang

E-health and insomnia: An internet solution to a health workforce nightmare

2009
Dr Lee Ritterband

Why focus on Primary Health Care in health reform process?

2009
Mr Robert Wells, Director APHCRI

2008 Robert Graham Centre Travelling Fellowship

2009
Dr Rachel Lee

Skill Mix Translation - Top Down or Bottom Up? An International Comparison

2009
Dr Jenny May

Arranging Generalism in the 2020 Primary Health Care Team

2009
Prof Jane Gunn and Dr Victoria Palmer

Preparing Nurses for Primary Health Care Reforms

2009
Dr Rhian Parker and Professor Helen Keleher

Chronic Disease Management Models as Examples of Organisational Developmental Approaches to Primary Care

2009
Professor James Dunbar

Enhancing Primary Care and General Practice as a Career Choice

2009
A/Prof Jill Thistlethwaite

Working with policy

2008
Margaret MacDonald, Courage Partners

Economic thinking in policy making

2008
Dr Ian McRae, Research Fellow, APHCRI

Systematic reviews, 'wicked' problems and policy development

2008
Professor John Humphreys, Monash University

Planning the year ahead

2008
Laurann Yen, Research Fellow, APHCRI

General practices as interprofessional communities: the contribution of the practice nurse

2008
Dr Christine Phillips, The Australian General Practice Nurses Study, The Australian National University

Who does what for the chronically ill in primary health care?

2008
Dr Sarah Dennis, Senior Research Fellow, University of New South Wales

Skill mix

2008
Professor James Buchan, Professor of Social Sciences and Health Care, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh

Growth and change in the US Physician Assistant workforce

2008
Dr Eric Larson, Senior Research Scientist, MEDEX, University of Washington

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