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An ePoster is a digital medium used to communicate a key idea related to research: It presents that idea in verbal and graphic ways. Unlike an oral presentation, an ePoster does (most) of the talking—it should stand on its own, be self-explanatory (even as it enables conversations with viewers). Click here for hints on preparing your ePoster, ePosters will be displayed on screens in the catering and exhibition area for the duration of the conference.

# Title Authors
01 Distrust, despair and resistance to care: Hospital staff reports on the prevalence of Elderspeak and their evaluation of an in-service aimed at reducing Elderspeak Elizabeth Savina
02 Does Occupational Therapist led home environmental assessment and modification reduce falls among high risk older people? The Occupational Therapist Intervention Study (OTIS) Alison Pighills

Adopting best practices to create an inclusive assessment service for lesbian, gay, transgender & intersex older people

Donna Bainbridge
04 Neuromotor and functional performance of older men with and without pre-sarcopenia Sean Horan
05 Can the theory of planned behaviour explain allied health professionals’ likelihood to engage in EBP? A focus group study Marlena Klaic
06 The value of debriefing Allied Health assistant students Lucy Whelan
07 Physiotherapy students’ pre-clinical stress prior to an outpatient placement – triggers and remedies Rebecca Lee
08 The value of simulation based education in Allied Health – the way of the future Sophie Blakely, Natasha Eaton
09 The value of consumers in hospital engaging with recreation Louise Levien
10 Health service needs (swallowing, nutrition and psychosocial) and personal perceptions of patients attending the Ipswich Hospital Head and Neck Multidisciplinary Clinic. A sub-study of “Does an electronic screening, nutrition and distress screening tool capture those patients and carers who need face-to-face intervention during treatment for head and neck cancer” Erin Lawlor, Kathleen Dwyer
11 Improving the hospital experience for inpatients with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A co-design project Ellen Hibbert
12 Feeding healthy hearts – evaluating the Impact of nutrition education in cardiac rehabilitation programs Katie Belobrajdic
13 The creation, implementation and evaluation of a consumer engagement process for an Allied Health directorate Kate Roberts
14 Realising the voice of consumers experiencing a metropolitan transition care program: A qualitative study Michelle Shannon
15 What influences adult preferences when selecting medical treatment? A pilot study Laura Hutchison
16 Leading the way in consumer engagement with victims of sexual assault Julie Watson
17 Moving forward with Motor Neurone Disease: Evaluating the impact of a local Motor Neurone Disease group in a regional community Emily Brown
18 Podiatry role in Epidermolysis Bullosa: The importance of allowing a patient to have a voice  Laura Iacobaccio
19 The digital age of occupational therapy home visits Tamzin Brott
20 What do Allied Health think about the digital hospital? Maria Schwarz
21 Using the technology acceptance model to understand clinician barriers and facilitators in using emerging technologies for rehabilitation of the upper limb: A mixed methods study Marlena Klaic
22 My hip journey: Implementing a eHealth program for patients undergoing a total hip replacement Catherine Ashford
23 Saving clinicians time by introducing simplified inpatient data entry systems Louise Maye
24 Highlighting Allied Health’s value in improving health informatics through a standardised data set for NSW Min Jiat Teng
25 Managing paediatric feeding disorders via telepractice: What’s being done and what services are needed? Madeline Raatz
26 Embedding Telehealth through Allied Health Innovation Grants Clare Daley, Ashley Young
27 The use of e-learning tools in the management of common pregnancy related musculoskeletal conditions Sheridan Guyatt
28 Using a Community of Practice (CoP) model to expand allied health Telehealth services in an acute hospital setting Liisa Laakso
29 Establishing Telehealth within Redland Hospital’s Physiotherapy Musculoskeletal Management Clinic’s model of care to improve patient access to services Vicki Parravicini
30 Supporting Allied Health professionals to find and use reliable mental health apps and online programs with their patients Heidi Sturk
31 Barriers to uptake of low intensity digital mental health apps and online programs in Allied Health. Defining the policy landscape Ruth Crowther
32 Findings from a collaborative approach: Implementation of domestic and family violence training for the Community and Oral Health workforce Christine Saxby
33 Streamlining tutorials for Allied Health Assistant (AHA) students Lucy Whelan
34 Nanna’s nightmare. Can gamification educate as well as entertain? Leigh Moore
35 The experience of evolving: From graduate to mental health care coordinator Dallas Rae
36 Strengthening teamwork capability: Evaluation of a team development program Angela Wood
37 Interdisciplinary education: Industry and community projects in action Melanie Hayes
38 ‘The D Word’: Allied Health led dementia professional development Jacqueline Kay
39 Patients as teachers: Communication skills training for health professionals. Improving the healthcare experience for consumers with communication disability through the development and delivery of an e-learning and face to face training package for health professionals that uses people with communication disability as content experts and educators Ruth Townsend, Kathryn McKinley
40 Health professionals’ understanding of interprofessional education and collaborative practice: A Queensland survey Alison Pighills
41 Allied Health Triaging Tool Sue Fitzpatrick, Kristi-Lee Muir
42 Mealtimes matter: The development of a pilot program for families of children with complex sensory-based feeding problems Tracy Harb
43 Kidney Supportive Care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people Jenny Kirby
44 A multidisciplinary model of chronic disease care for potentially preventable hospitalisations in a regional Indigenous community Sharon Woods
45 Reaching the target for stroke swallow screening & assessment Jana Havlis
46 Enhancing Allied Health ward based leadership: Allied Health Flow and Interdisciplinary Referral Management (AHFIRM) Julia Blackshaw
47 Cystic fibrosis and pelvic floor dysfunction: A pilot study – part B Sheridan Guyatt
48 The need for an integrated approach to rehabilitating individuals with a brain injury as the result of violence Annerley Bates
49 A cultural journey: Papua New Guinea to a North Queensland tertiary hospital Julie Watson
50 My goals, my guide Susan Waller
51 Measuring Allied Health value through research: Evidence brief Tilley Pain
52 Working towards evaluating the value of Social Work (SW) in an acute hospital setting Liisa Laakso
53 Instrumental gait analysis parameters for assessing lower limb spasticity: A systematic review Ettie Ben-Shabat
54 Lack of systematic approach to assessing adult lower limb spasticity: A systematic review Ettie Ben-Shabat
55 The lived experiences of fire fighters in facing of involuntary psychiatric treatment in Taiwan Yu-ting Wang
56 Australian Occupational Therapists responses to an online survey about restraint and seclusion in Adult Acute Mental Health Inpatient Units Luciana Theodoro De Freitas
57 A new self-catering model of food service delivery for the University of Canberra (UCH) Adult Mental Health Rehabilitation Unit (AMHRU) Andrew Slattery
58 Back in action: Establishing a chronic low back pain exercise and education group in the community Vanessa Sandi
59 Impact of interventions on work outcomes after musculoskeletal road traffic injuries: A systematic review Charlotte Brakenridge
60 The role of Speech-Language Pathologists in Palliative Care: Exploring the issues and reaching consensus Katherine Kelly
61 Speech Pathology led prescribing: What’s the process? Maria Schwarz
62 Transdisciplinary stroke care: Perceptions of healthcare teams Katherine Delany
63 Optimising Allied Health scope of practice through brief therapy models of service Yolanda Mansfield, Sarah Hamilton
64 Optimising Scope; Hunter New England Local Health District’s Nutrition Care for Inpatients and Residents Policy Compliance Procedure and the adjoining Quality Audit Reporting System tool Cassandra Knight, Amber Thoroughgood
65 Allied Health professionals provide expert clinical and evidence-based stewardship; advanced scope physiotherapists are re-designing simple fracture patient pathways in the Emergency Department Piers Truter
66 Turning discharge barriers into achievable hurdles. The role of a grade 3 AHA on a rapid discharge team Peter Hough
67 Use of Occupational Therapy Assistants (OTAs) to increase efficiency in high demand Occupational Therapy (OT) Vascular Outpatient Clinic Laila Bar
68 AHA delegation: A quality improvement activity for AHA lead group exercise programs in the low risk outpatient rural setting Ry Darcy
69 The Role of Child Life Therapy in Perioperative Services at Gold Coast University Hospital Phillipa Cordner
70 Distribution and type of inpatient Allied Health services for people following road traffic crashes across Queensland – where are the gaps? Jacelle Warren
71 Pulmonary and Cardiac Exercise and Education (PACE): Developing a flexible service model to meet community needs Emma Ghys, Roslyn Bloomer
72 Improving medication safety in facilities through a collaborative ‘Medication Safety Models of Care’ Working Group Matthew Webb, Claire O’Connor
73 Better at home: Substituting inpatient rehabilitation beds for home based multidisciplinary rehabilitation Lara Kimmel
74 Establishing a shared terminology and process for Transdisciplinary Practice Development Clare Byrne
75 Our patients are more than just numbers……. A patient journey through non-surgical spinal services despite being referred for surgical opinion Lynette Fogarty, David Thompson
76 Patient satisfaction with Physiotherapists is not inferior to Surgeons in an Arthroplasty Review Clinic Siona Hardy
77 No time to waste. Tailoring the model of care of a Kidney Supportive Care program to prioritise the time of those attending Jennifer Kirby
78 Changing the way Occupational Therapy does business in an acute public hospital Lauren Matheson, Debra Phillips
79 The R.A.C.E. to prevent falls Maidei Machina
80 Creating new pharmacy services at a large tertiary hospital Estelle Jensen
81 Self-management for children and young people with chronic conditions: An international consensus Nicole Saxby
82 Improving equity in access to dietetic services across Western NSW LHD by utilising a Virtual Dietetic Service Catherine Forbes
83 Guardianship in hospitals: A health services/OPA pilot program Dina Watterson, Fiona McAlindenm, Tass Kostopoulos
84 Does mobilisation on the day of hip or knee replacement surgery reduce hospital length of stay? Siona Hardy
85 Teaching Allied Health professionals to delegate – never assume! Lucy Whelan
86 Developing Australia’s future Allied Health workforce Lucy Whelan
87 Allied Health Assistant Clinical Supervision: Fulfilling the entitlements Lucy Whelan
88 Upskilling in paediatric dysphagia: Ironically, there’s no cookbook! Jeanne Marshall
89 “I am I said to no-one there” – The Development of a Four Factor Model of Professional Identity -The 4FM-PI Lil Vrklevski
90 Assessing the implementation and effectiveness of a career development framework for early career Allied Health Professionals Matthew Webb
91 Initiatives to enhance the NSW Health Indigenous Allied Health workforce Hassan Kadous, Charles Davison
92 A Sustainable Learning Pathway for Orthotist and Prosthetist Technicians Sue Aldrich
93 Preparing students for the transition to new graduate therapist: How are we doing? Kassie Shardlow
94 Mixed model evaluation of a value based recruitment model Genevieve Juj
95 Growing together – improving job satisfaction and utilisation of scope of practice within a Dietitian Assistant workforce through a dietitian-led training and assessment program Tegan Dalla
96 Standardising position descriptions: How structuring and managing roles in a uniform way creates sustainability and increases efficacy for allied health clinicians Louise Maye
97 How to support successful job sharing Mia Hemingbrough
98 Meeting growing demand: A review of a nutrition allied health assistant role in a cancer setting Belinda Steer
99 Workforce Planning Accountability: How to transform the plan from words on paper to reality Louise Maye, Clare Daley
100 Clinical induction as a tool to enhance service delivery and confidence in hospital based occupational therapists. A qualitative study Jill d’Souza
101 Understanding Allied Health services: Capacity and demand Julie-Anne Ross, Angela Wood
102 Hidden talents: The multiple career backgrounds of Allied Health professionals Susan Nancarrow
103 Measuring allied health research capacity: A follow up study Tilley Pain
104 Supporting occupational therapy home visit decision-making Maureen Godfrey
105 Utilising a Multidisciplinary Team Model of care to improve patients mealtime satisfaction in a subacute setting Alice Doring
106 Weight-Supported training with Rehabilitation Software and goal orientated exercises provides functional and emotional improvements in adults with chronic diseases Dave Matson, Scott Painter


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