Day Two

Partnerships delivering better healthcare for vulnerable communities – focus on indigenous health, aged care and palliative care

08:45 - 09:00

"Brokered Dialogues" Video session
Location: Pyrmont Theatre

09:00 – 10:45

Day 2 Session 1: What we are doing for our most vulnerable communities?
Location: Pyrmont Theatre

Dr Norman Swan

09:00 - 09:05

Reflections on Day 1 and Commentary on Day 2

Dr Norman Swan

09:05 - 09:35

Keynote address 8 - How is our healthcare system performing on key dimensions of equity?

Prof Stephen Duckett, Director, Health Program, Grattan Institute, Victoria

09:35 - 09:50

Plenary address 4 - Successes and failures in indigenous healthcare – what have we learned and where do we need to go?

Prof Lisa Jackson-Pulver, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (DVC) Indigenous Strategy and Services, The University of Sydney

09:50 - 10:05

Plenary address 5 – Successes and failures in aged care – what have we learned and where do we need to go?

Prof Daniel Chan, Director of Aged Care and Rehabilitation at Bankstown-Lidcombe Hospital and Conjoint Professor of Geriatrics at the University of New South Wales, Sydney

10:05 - 10:45

Panel discussion - How partnerships deliver better value care for vulnerable populations?

Facilitator: Dr Norman Swan
Panellists including Dr Robert Herkes, Prof Aunty Kerrie Doyle, Dr John Zelcer, Prof Lisa Jackson-Pulver, Prof Stephen Duckett

10:45 - 11.15

Morning Tea Break
Location: Pyrmont Theatre Foyer

11:15 – 13:00

Day 2 Session 2: Partnerships for delivering better end-of-life care
Location: Pyrmont Theatre

Chaired by Dr Michael Moore, CEO, Central and Eastern Sydney Primary Health Network (CESPHN)

11:15 - 11:35

Keynote Address 9 - Aligning policy objectives and payment design in palliative care

Prof Stephen Duckett, Director, Health Program, Grattan Institute, Victoria

11:35 - 11:55

Plenary Lecture 6 - Teaching clinicians to have ‘the conversation’ – why is it so hard?

Dr Peter Saul, Senior Specialist in Intensive Care, John Hunter Hospital and Director of Intensive Care at Newcastle Private Hospital & Founder of the Clinical Unit in Ethics and Health Law, The University of Newcastle, Newcastle, Australia

11:55 – 12:15

Plenary Lecture 7 - Elective and emergency surgery in the frail elderly – when should we stop?

Prof David Story, Associate Director, Melbourne Academic Centre for Health & Chair of Anaesthesia, and Deputy Director, Centre for Integrated Critical Care, The University of Melbourne, Australia

12:15 – 13:00

Panel discussion – Integrated models for end of life care - what’s working and what’s not?

Facilitator: Dr Norman Swan
Panellists including Prof Jane Phillips, Prof Ken Hillman, Prof Meera Agar, Dr Peter Saul, Prof David Story, Prof Stephen Duckett, Prof David Currow

13:00 - 14:00

Parallel Poster communication sessions – Vulnerable Populations
A. Aged Care
B. Indigenous Health
C. Palliative Care
D. General

Location: Pyrmont Theatre Foyer

13:00 - 14:00

Lunch - Breakout art immersion session
Location: Pyrmont Theatre Foyer

Art installation and curated conversations over lunch with Maridulu Budyari Gumal - SPHERE artists-in-residence and Prof Katherine Boydell

14:00 – 16:00

Day 2 Session 3. Achievements and success stories of the Research Translation Centres in NSW
Location: Pyrmont Theatre

Co-Chairs: Prof Christopher Levi, Prof Stephen Leeder, Prof Christine Jorm

14:00 – 14:15

Maridulu Budyari Gumal - SPHERE Story 1

14:15 – 14:30

Sydney Health Partners (SHP) Story 1

14:30 – 14:45

NSW Regional Health Partners (NSW RHP) Story 1

14:45 – 15:00

Maridulu Budyari Gumal - SPHERE Story 2

15:00 – 15:15

Sydney Health Partners (SHP) Story 2

15:15 – 15:30

NSW Regional Health Partners (NSW RHP) Story 2

15:30 – 16:00

Video Presentation & Panel Discussion – “Brokered Dialogues” highlighting the grand challenge of preventing and managing drug and alcohol-related harms in young people
Location: Pyrmont Theatre

Introductions by Prof Jill Bennett and Prof Katherine Boydell


Vote of Thanks and Wrap up

Dr Norman Swan


Conference concludes