The National Allied Health Organising Committee is delighted to present the 11th National Allied Health Conference, Melbourne, Australia for all allied health disciplines. This premiere conference will be held at the Crown Convention Centre, Melbourne, from 9 - 11 November 2015, with pre-conference workshops held on Monday, 9 November 2015.
With a mixture of dynamic international and local expert speakers, the 11th National Allied Health Conference will bring together both allied health therapy and science professions for the first time. The conference will canvas the current and emerging issues that shape allied health as ‘front and centre’ in best patient- and community-centred care now, and in to the future.
The conference will explore the theme ‘Allied Health: Front and Centre’, and will highlight allied health’s place in the health continuum through a number of subthemes including:
Building on the success of the national conference in 2013, the 11th National Allied Health Conference will enable allied health professionals and managers to gain insights and learn from innovative research and service developments that may transform how services are delivered in years to come.
Allied health is one of the most valuable, agile and influential workforces in healthcare and forms one of the three pillars of the patient care workforce. This ensures allied health professionals are able to empower patients, drive faster recoveries, and create an efficient and effective health system.
With the vibrant city of Melbourne, Australia as the host for this year’s conference, we look forward to welcoming you to this outstanding event in November 2015.
The National Allied Health Conference Organising Committee
Sponsors & Exhibitors
Organisations are invited to participate in the 2015
National Allied Health Conference as a sponsor and/or exhibitor.
Contact Anna Boyes at Conference Design to discuss your participation.
Call for Presentations
The conference is a collaborative of Allied Health Professions Australia (AHPA), Indigenous Allied Health Australia (IAHA), Services for Australian Rural and Remote Allied Health (SARRAH) and the National Allied Health Advisory Committee (NAHAC).
Call for Abstracts
Abstract submission is now closed.