Pre Oct 2014

26 Sep 14

Spinning the Web: Integrating Services to Provide Person-Centred Care

Navigating the system to find the right services to meet their care needs is a complex and difficult task for many older people and their carers. Across all sectors, providers are strengthening ties to spin webs of integrated care, improve access and allow for tailoring of services to meet individual care needs.

Services in different sectors are committed to “consumer-directed care”, “patient engagement” or “patient empowerment”, with no consensus on models or definitions of self-determination in care decisions. This seminar will explore how health and aged care services can work together to place the older person at the centre of their care.

Join us to:

  • Explore the concepts of integrated care
  • Consider how older people can direct their own care
  • Discuss the synergies between integrated care and consumer-directed care
  • Learn about the latest integrated care projects in the Hunter
  • Connect with others providing health and care services in the Hunter

To view the full program please click here

Hear from Leading Experts

AAG Inaugural National Travelling Fellow: Prof Leon Flicker
Director, Western Australian Centre for Health and Ageing, University of Western Australia,
Head of Inner City Geriatric Services, Royal Perth Hospital

Chris Shipway
Director - Primary Care and Chronic Services, NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation

Angie Robinson
National Manager - Care Services, integratediving

Prof Julie Byles
Director, Research Centre on Gender Health and Ageing, University of Newcastle

A series of 15 minute presentations on initiatives in the Hunter:
Aged Care Emergency
Dr Carolyn Hullick and Jacky Hewitt, HNE Health

Integrated assessment and management of dementia in the community – the Newcastle model
Dr John Ward, HNE Health

Extended Care Paramedics – an innovative step towards Integrated Care
Sarah Rivett, NSW Ambulance Service

CAPAC and the Healthy at Home Program
Richard Woods, HNE Health

Improving end-of-life care
Dr Lee Fong, Hunter Medicare Local

This event is organised in partnership with:

Event Details

To download a flyer, program and registration form please click here.

To register online please scroll down the page, select your registration type and clikc submit.

Event Date & Time: Friday, 26 September 2014, 10:00am - 3:00pm

Event Location: The Hunter Medical Research Institute Lecture Theatre, NSW
HMRI Building
John Hunter Hospital Campus
Lot 1 Kookaburra Circuit
New Lambton Heights
NSW 2305

Your Investment

AAG Members: $55.00
Student/Concession Members: $30.00
Non-Members: $80.00
Student/Concession Non-Members: $40.00 (Please enter the code "SPIN" at checkout to receive this discount)


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