ePosters

Poster #

Cancer Survivorship

1

The development of a nutrition care pathway for patients undergoing surgery for upper gastrointestinal cancer

Irene Deftereos

2

Technology supported self-guided nutrition and physical activity interventions in adults with cancer: a systematic review

Dr Nicole Kiss

3

Driving Improvement for head and neck cancer patients with Gastrostomy tubes through advanced practice in dietetics

Kim Lunardi

Chronic Disease Management

4

Efficacy of liquid sinemet in the management of non-motor symptoms in Parkinson’s disease

Mary Danoudis

5

Evaluation of a new evidence based outpatient program for Parkinson’s disease

Kim Eckersley & Scott MacMillan

6

What Over the Counter (OTC) products are patients using at home?

Kyrillos Guirguis

7

Do education programs affect the quality of life of people with Parkinson’s disease? A systematic review and meta-analysis

Georgina Whish-Wilson

8

Home-based or centre based chronic heart failure rehabilitation?

Katie Palmer

9

Management of OA hip and knee – A holistic approach

Gaurav Arora

10

Enhancing social connections in a group pain management program

Dr Paul Beaton

11

Engagement, attendance and current CHF rehabilitation practice in Australia

Katie Palmer

12

Measuring dexterity in people with Parkinson’s disease: Reliability and validity of pegboard tests

Dr Elizabeth Proud

13

Sub-acute Point-of-Service Nutrition Screening Audit

Helen Stratmann

14

The effect of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation on Chronic Neuropathic Pain in patients with Multiple Sclerosis

Dr Maryam Zoghi

15

Factors associated with discharge destination from the acute general medical ward

Aruska D’Souza

16

My goals, my guide: An innovative self management model, The Guided Care Model, embedded in a Chronic Disease Management service

Nicole McFarlane

Consumer collaboration & carer engagement 

17

Evaluating the Volunteer Meal Assistance Program at Western Health; A positive patient experience

Vanessa Carter

18

Reasons for non-attendance at health service appointments and strategies to address: A literature review

Kathryn Bailey

19

Identifying and prioritizing allied health research priorities in a regional setting: a modified Delphi protocol

Dr Renee Clapham

20

Increasing occupational engagement and participation on the Geriatric Evaluation and Management Ward (GEM) at St Vincent’s Hospital, Fitzroy

Yvonne Mak-Yuen

21

Help or hindrance? Harnessing the resource of volunteers and visitors at hospital mealtimes

Ella Ottrey

22

Consumer feedback in stroke and neurology ward design

Katherine Clarke

23

Constructing a grounded theory of parents’ musical engagement with their premature baby and emerging parental identity in a neonatal unit (NU)

Dr Elizabeth McLean

24

Osteoarthritis, risk of falls and falls prevention – is it time to change our terminology?

Dr Sze-Ee Soh

Cultural diversity, access and equity

25

Dressed with dignity: the provision of clothing for patients being discharged from hospital

Siobhan Feely

26

Establishing the viability of videoconferencing as a method of increasing access to interpreters at Western Health

Anna Novak

27

Sneakers not Slippers – Promoting cross-cultural connections and enhancing the health of multicultural seniors

Dr Myrla Sales

Disability and enablement 

28

Post stroke communication disability: a risk factor for falls in inpatient rehabilitation

Rebecca Sullivan

29

Are participants of balance programs achieving a reduction in falls risk?

Candice Oberholster

30

Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games (MMORPG’s) and the emotional wellbeing of adults living with a physical disability

Anca Grobbelaar

31

Enhancing healthcare access and support for people with a disability and their carers: Working together to improve hospital experiences 

Caitlin Wright

Education and development

32

Effectiveness of an allied health emerging clinical leaders pilot program

Anne Harrison

33

Developing clinicians who model excellent practice, challenge poor practice and inspire others

Nicole Shaw

34

Evaluation of a ward-based risk assessment manual handling program on workplace practice

Helen Kugler

35

Short duration clinically-based interprofessional activities prepare heath professional students for the workforce: A systematic review

Peter Brack

36

Is a program of short duration learner-led interprofessional education activities for entry-level health professional students feasible at Northern Health? A pilot randomised controlled trial

Peter Brack

37

A prospective audit of allied health student supervisor activity at Western Health

Dr Laura Browning

38

A digital assessment and feedback resource for the School of Health Sciences and Melbourne Dental School

Dr Kwang Cham

39

What is effective clinical supervision of Physiotherapists?

Shae Cooke

40

Altered Airway Education: A training program for nursing staff to minimise clinical risk for patients with altered airways in hospital

Amy Cutcliffe

41

Breaking down professional siloes – Using interprofessional education to help hospital allied health and doctors work together

Gemma Houston

42

Driving change in research culture through knowledge translation

Owen Howlett

43

Clinical on-boarding as a tool to enhance service delivery and confidence in hospital based occupational therapists. A qualitative study

Anna Joy

44

‘The D Word’: Allied Health led dementia professional development

Jacqueline Kay

45

Recruiting and developing a capable workforce: Translation of the Allied Health Capability Framework into practice

Merridy Moore

46

Implementation of a multidisciplinary allied health training program centred on student & intern supervision

Trent Wilkie

47

Building allied health research capacity at a regional Australian hospital: a follow up study

Dr Tilley Pain

48

Which learning activities enhance physiotherapy practice? A systematic review and meta-analysis

Edmund Leahy

49

What is the value of spiritual care? Patient reported outcome measures

Dr Heather Tan

Innovations in rural health

50

Advancing rural allied health practice through health service collaboration

Daniel Baker

51

Development of an “Advanced Developmental Paediatric Practitioner” role – a one-stop-shop for children with developmental delay

Kait Brown

52

Design and implementation of a Care Pathway and Oncology Rehabilitation Program in a rural health service using exercise sessions and multidisciplinary education to improve health outcomes

Keren Fuhrmeister

Leadership and mentoring

53

Allied Health Flow and Interdisciplinary Referral Management (AHFIRM) Program

Angela Mucic

54

Interprofessional collaboration at mealtimes in hospital: The need for cultural change

Ella Ottrey

55

More than just a Buddy: Implementation of a peer-support program in a private community neurorehabilitation setting

Pip Willson

Novel allied health models

56

Home environment simulation as an alternative to home assessment

Sarah Campbell

57

HEARTOON – A multimedia, multidisciplinary approach to Cardiac Rehabilitation

Carolyn Conway

58

Allied Health Assistant (AHA) led exercise before Physiotherapy assessment was safe and feasible in a Geriatric Evaluation Medicine (GEM) service: A pilot trial

Kate Kerrigan

59

Implementing tele-rehabilitation for eligible speech pathology clients in a community rehabilitation setting: A process analysis

Ricci Presser

60

Inpatient rehabilitation home assessment service

Bronwyn Simpson

61

Improved discharge planning through a community & ambulatory in-reach model

Haria Lambrou

62

Understanding the impact of additional allied health staffing models- The Mornington Centre SPeED program

Freya Coker

63

Advanced Practice Gastroenterology Dietitian (APGD) to conduct primary contact screening clinics for patients on the gastroenterology waiting list (WL)

Katherine Healy

64

The impact of occupational therapy in a targeted therapy in acute rehabilitation program at Alfred Hospital

Anna Kennedy

65

Implementation of the assessment for rehabilitation tool for Northern Hospital acute stroke interdisciplinary discharge planning

Camille Meredith

66

We are the champions: Model for facilitation of an organisation wide malnutrition strategy

Kathryn Pierce

67

Does the implementation of an e-learning package to medical and nursing staff improve adherence to dysphagia screening?

Nicole Reyes

68

Activity levels of rehabilitation and geriatric and evaluation management inpatients

Natasha Selenitsch

69

A new model of physiotherapy rehabilitation to improve outcomes after hip fracture

Catherine Senserrick

70

A new paradigm of emergency dental care at the community dental clinic: no appointment necessary!

Associate Professor Michael Smith

71

Up and Active: preventing functional decline for older people in general medicine wards

Melanie Haley & Rhiannon Pendleton

72

Allied health and rotary equipment reissue program for hardship

Angela Mucic

Public health and human services workforce innovations

73

Breaking Bad News via Social Media: an exploratory study of the implications of the use of social networking sites during a sudden, unexpected, emergent hospital admission

Margaret Cowgill

74

Incorporating environment enrichment strategies to assist in the management of behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia (BPSD): A review of the evidence

Bridget Hoole

75

Introduction of an allied health assistant (AHA) role across oncology and lymphoedema services at Monash Health

Lucy Whelan

76

Allied Health Assistant Clinical Supervision: Fulfilling the entitlements

Lucy Whelan

77

“Communicate, communicate, communicate”: Advanced Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy services, enabling factors for multi-site implementation

Bridget Shaw

78

Food For Thought: Evaluation of malnutrition risk identification & management at Western Health

Hollie Bevans

79

Improving hospital performance: The implementation of a new hospital-wide Daily Management System (DMS) and the integration of Allied Health

Belinda Cary

80

Factors influencing workplace location choices for Allied Health professionals: A systematic review

Anna Couch

81

Supervision and delegation framework for allied health assistants and the support workforce in disability

Annette Davis

82

Can a Novel approach to Clinical Supervision for junior Dietitians improve department capacity and functionality?

Karen Edis

83

Smart triaging: the impact of multiple small interventions and inter-disciplinary collaboration on the Orthopaedic waiting list

Caitlin Farmer

84

DASH – Dynamic Allocation of Staff Hours

Kath Feely

85

Development of an allied health clinical supervision framework for Victoria

Marcus Gardner

86

Occupational therapists self-perceived knowledge and skills for enabling older adult with delirium

Dr Danielle Hitch

87

Victorian allied health assistant network

Tarrlita Kay

88

A Family Safety Worker’s (FSW) reflective evidence based practice to compare perpetrator self- assessment of violent and controlling behaviors versus the lived experience of affected family members (AFM) over a 20 week period at DPV Health’s Men’s Behavior Change Program (MBCP)

Deidre Pakendorf

89

Exploring the professional identity of allied health staff within organisational structures

Associate Professor Judi Porter

90

Development of an allied health research framework within a major paediatric Hospital and Health Service (HHS) in Queensland

Ayala Rogany

91

Digital recruitment: Evaluation of a video component within a values based model for new graduate Allied Health recruitment

Leonie Shaw

92

Where do they go? Methodology and lessons from collaborative allied health graduate tracking research

Dr Susan Waller

93

Implementation of an Osteoarthritis Hip and Knee Service (OAHKS) in a community health setting compared to the hospital setting: a feasibility study for a new care pathway

Alison Gibbs & Dr Jason Wallis

94

Improving efficiency of referral triage for ambulatory pain management service for improved patient access and flow

Swapna Gokhale

95

Allied health inpatient service provision in Australian and New Zealand hospitals

Megan Jepson

Public health; diet, exercise and lifestyle

96

Attitudes and expectations of pregnant women towards regular gestational weight monitoring

Julia Zinga

97

Strictly Come Dancing with Parkinson’s: a regional health service – community research initiative translating evidence into practice

Dr Anna Moran

98

Adherence rates to home exercise programs in older adults following hip fracture: A systematic review and meta-analysis

Lucinda Yau

99

Is safe footwear a thing? Falls, footwear and older adults

Annette Davis

100

Associations of dietetic intervention and maternal and neonatal outcomes in women with gestational diabetes

Julia Zinga

Translating research into practice

101

Malnutrition Prevalence in regional oncology patients

Wendy Swan

102

Risk factors for medication non-adherence among Victorian patients receiving Home Medicine Reviews (HMRs)

Kyrillos Guirguis

103

Engaging in an evidence-based osteoarthritis management program: Referrer and patient perspectives

Dr Christian Barton

104

Implementing evidence based education and exercise for knee osteoarthritis

Matthew Francis

105

SENSe Partnership: A Network of sites and ‘up-skilled’ therapists to deliver best-practice stroke rehabilitation of the upper limb

Liana Cahill

106

Longitudinal evaluation of a knowledge translation role in occupational therapy

Dr Danielle Hitch

107

Development and evaluation of a Community of Practice (CoP) to reduce waiting time for community outpatient services

Annie Lewis

108

Reducing the cancer malnutrition burden: highlights of state-wide collaborations in Victoria

Jenelle Loeliger

109

Psychometric properties of assessment tools for cognitive impairment after mild Traumatic Brain Injury

Rosalie Lui

110

Ethnography in nutrition and dietetics research shows opportunities for allied health

Ella Ottrey

111

Measuring research translation: Introducing evidence briefs

Dr Tilley Pain

112

Development and feasibility of a bedside decision support tool (DST) to identify and treat hospital acquired malnutrition

Natalie Simmance

113

Cost effectiveness of a model to improve access to community outpatient services

Dr David Snowdon

114

Translating evidence for the rehabilitation of post-stroke sensory loss: perspectives of occupational therapists and physiotherapists

Liana Cahill

115

Factors influencing current Evidence-Based Practice in Allied Health and Community Services

Dr Tamara Tse

116

Comparison of spatiotemporal measures of gait in soft versus hard soled footwear

Simone Crange