National primary health care conference 2015
Primary health care professionals gathering in Canberra to discuss future of Australian health system
Where: National Convention Centre, Canberra
When: Monday 2 November – Wednesday 4 November 2015 (Pre-conference workshops on Monday 2 Nov, conference program to begin 8.30am Tuesday 3 Nov 2015)
Time: 8.30am – 5.30pm Monday (pre-conference workshops
8.30am – 5.00pm Tuesday (Day 1 of conference program)
9.00am – 4.00pm Wednesday (Day 2 of conference program
Primary healthcare professionals from around the country and eminent overseas visitors are coming together for the National Primary Health Care Conference 2015 in Canberra. The conference is being hosted by the Public Health Association of Australia (PHAA) with support from the Australian Healthcare & Hospitals Association (AHHA).
The conference theme of ‘Innovation, Challenges & Opportunities’ has attracted participants looking to focus on future primary health care needs for Australians. The conference will delve into a broad range of focus areas in the primary health care sector including:
-Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Health
-Rural & Remote Health
-Research & Governance
“We have a stellar line up of both national and international speakers, taking on some of the major primary health care challenges of our time. What makes this program particularly exciting is that they will not only be highlighting challenges but focusing on innovative solutions and opportunities of the changing landscape.” Said Michael Moore, Chief Executive Officer of the PHAA.
For further information/comment: Michael Moore, Chief Executive Officer, PHAA 0417 249 731 Twitter: Follow _@PHAA_ #NPHCC The conference program is available at: https://phaa.eventsair.com/QuickEventWebsitePortal/nphcc/nphcc2015/Agenda
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