CPHCE 2016 Annual Forum
Posted 2 September 2016
Thank you all for joining us on Wednesday 24/08/2016 at UNSW for CPHCE Annual Forum. We welcomed about 100 guests to share the research outcomes despite the end-of-winter unstable weather and traffic jams caused by light rail work around Randwick.
Dr Cassandra Goldie of ACOSS gave a keynote address to CPHCE Annual Forum and called for a new pact in supporting Australia's most vulnerable. Please see full report on Croakey by Amy Coopes https://croakey.org/in-difficult-times-can-sharing-personal-stories-help...
Researchers from CPHCE showcased the results of their projects and a panel discussion followed.
A copy of the powerpoint presentations are listed below:
- Amy Prince - IMPACT - Closing the equity gap in healthcare access
- Elizabeth Harris - Can we make Community Consultations work better for us?
- Professor Evelyne de Leeuw - Equity and Access
- Dr Julie McDonald - The influence of context and organisational factors on access to and within PHC co-location models