Conference presentations

Congress Lowitja 2012

Posted on: 13 February, 2013
Issue: Vol 13 No 1, January 2013 – March 2013
Related to Policies Research

The second biennial Congress Lowitja was held 14 – 15 November 2012 at the MCG, Melbourne, Victoria. The theme of the conference was knowledge exchange and translation into practice. It was an interactive event bringing together more than 200 researchers, practitioners, policy makers and others.

Conference presentations included:

Anderson P. Official opening of Congress Lowitja 2012.
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Anderson I. ‘Setting the scene’: Knowledge exchange and policy-relevant research over the next decade.
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Brands J. Implementing innovations in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health care: How do we enhance the non-commercial pathway to large-scale impact?
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Brown A. Knowledge exchange and translation into practice: Experiences from the ground.
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Freemantle J. Knowledge translation and data: Getting it right through making the invisible, visible.
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Wyatt K. Official opening of day, Congress Lowitja 2012.
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Bulman J. Empowering our fellas through research.

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Lawrence M. Bridging the clinical systems gap – The journey continues.

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Paradies Y. Value-adding or divided values: Quality assurance in Aboriginal health research.

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Sweet M. The transformative potential of social media.

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Trzeinski A. Translational research and the Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet.

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Bond C. ‘Yarnin’ em good way’: Moving from risk to resilience in smoking cessation support within an urban Indigenous primary health care setting.

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Connors C. A continuous cycle: Lessons from ABCD translation into policy and practice.

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Dwyer J. Attempting to improve funding and accountability for the ACCHS sector: Learnings from the Overburden Project.

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Tongs J, Poroch N. A case study of knowledge exchange which changed practice for Aboriginal people in the ACT Alexander Maconochie Centre.

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Willis J, Chong A. Who would have thought? Unexpected results from the improving culture of hospitals project.

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