Speaker handouts and presentations from Melbourne 2018

See below for links to the presentations that we have permission to distribute following the event. Please note, some presentations have been excluded at the speakers request.

Monday

X4: Big Problems, Big Solutions – improving care for patients and communities (Alfred Health)

X4: Big Problems, Big Solutions – improving care for patients and communities (Alfred Health)

X4: Big Problems, Big Solutions – improving care for patients and communities (Alfred Health)

X4: Big Problems, Big Solutions – improving care for patients and communities (Alfred Health)

M1: International Science Symposium – Presentation 1

M1: International Science Symposium – Presentation 2

M1: International Science Symposium – Presentation 3

M1: International Science Symposium – Presentation 4

M1: International Science Symposium – Presentation 5

M1: International Science Symposium – Presentation 6

M1: International Science Symposium – Presentation 7

M1: International Science Symposium – Presentation 8

M1: International Science Symposium – Presentation 9

M1: International Science Symposium – Presentation 10

M1: International Science Symposium – Presentation 11

M1: International Science Symposium – Presentation 12

M2: Introduction to Quality Improvement

M3: Engaged physicians transform care

M4: Creating exceptional experience

M5: Hospital-wide patient flow: right care, right place, right time

M6: Designing and Scaling up your QI Initiative

M7: Writing for publication – how to write an abstract and share the lessons of your QI work

Tuesday

EN1: A practical guide to patient story telling – Presentation 1

EN1: A practical guide to patient story telling – Presentation 2

EN2: What every healthcare improver should know about social media

EN4: Australian atlas of healthcare variation

Keynote 1: Quality and Safety in Australia: looking up down under

Keynote 1: Too much medicine

A2: How to measure and improve patient comfort – Presentation 1

A2 – How to measure and improve patient comfort – Presentation 2

A2 – How to measure and improve patient comfort – Presentation 3

A3: Accreditation gains and losses: what have we learned and what is the way forward? – Presentation 1

A3: Accreditation gains and losses: what have we learned and what is the way forward? – Presentation 2

A3: Accreditation gains and losses: what have we learned and what is the way forward? – Presentation 3

A4: Creating large scale system transformation

A5: Getting on top of the global cesarean section epidemic: how quality improvement methods can help – Presentation 1

A5: Getting on top of the global cesarean section epidemic: how quality improvement methods can help – Presentation 2

A5: Getting on top of the global cesarean section epidemic: how quality improvement methods can help – Presentation 3

B1: Managing conflict and creating a just culture – Presentation 1

B1: Managing conflict and creating a just culture – Presentation 2

B2: Effective shared decision making – Presentation 1

B2: Effective shared decision making – Presentation 2

B2: Effective shared decision making – Presentation 3

B3: Improving the health of the population – national approaches from Sweden and Singapore – Presentation 1

B3: Improving the health of the population – national approaches from Sweden and Singapore – Presentation 2

B5: Transforming residential based care – Presentation 1

B5: Transforming residential based care – Presentation 2

C1: System-wide transformation to ensure timely patient flow and patient safety in hospitals

C2: High-impact leadership in the real world 

C3: No quality without equity: why and how quality improvement must tackle inequity

C5: Online patient stories – supporting staff learning and promoting system cultural change – Presentation 1

C5: Online patient stories – supporting staff learning and promoting system cultural change – Presentation 2

Keynote 2: Creating a Culture of Safety

Wednesday

Keynote 3: Achieving Change at Scale

D1: Providing access to care in rural locations

D2: Smoke signals – how to use predictive analysis to avoid system level failures – Presentation 1

D2: Smoke signals – how to use predictive analysis to avoid system level failures – Presentation 2

D3: Engaging frontline clinicians in quality improvement – Presentation 1

D5: Antimicrobial medication safety – Presentation 1

D5: Antimicrobial medication safety – Presentation 2

D5: Antimicrobial medication safety – Presentation 3

E1: Bridging the gap between frontline and leadership – Presentation 1

E1: Bridging the gap between frontline and leadership – Presentation 2

E2: Co-designing healthcare with consumers – Presentation 1

E2: Co-designing healthcare with consumers – Presentation 2

E3: Transforming primary care – Presentation 1

E3: Transforming primary care – Presentation 2

E4: Global perspectives on mental health – Presentation 1

E5: Creating a positive culture that promotes joy in work – Presentation 1

E5: Creating a positive culture that promotes joy in work – Presentation 2

E5: Creating a positive culture that promotes joy in work – Presentation 3

F1: Sports coaching for healthcare teams

F2: Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander healthcare

F4: Being ready for the change that’s coming

Keynote 4: Breaking down barrier in medicine to improve children’s lives