The #ACHRF program has been announced, with day 1 dedicated to three streams under the subtheme ‘Individual Level Complexity’ and day 2 concentrating on ‘System Level Complexity’.

The Program Committee for the 5th Australasian Compensation Health Research Forum is pleased to announce the release of the 2016 Forum Program, covering the two days of the event.

Day 1 addresses the theme ‘Individual Level Complexity’, with presentations under the streams:

  • Understanding and addressing psycho-social factors
  • Innovation in measuring client outcomes
  • Changing Behaviour

The keynote address on this day, ‘Interventions for Persistent Pain’, will be delivered by Professor Michael Sullivan.

On day two, the theme turns to ‘System Level Complexity’, with stream covering:

  • Innovation in Case Management
  • Innovation in healthcare services
  • Policy change as a lever for improving outcomes

Professor Judith Smith will deliver the keynote on the second day, with a discussion on ‘Innovation in primary and integrated care models’.

Registration for ACHRF 2016 closes on 29 July.

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