Electronic posters (ePosters) will be prepared in PowerPoint and displayed for the duration of the conference on the Delegate App and on flat screen monitors in the trade and catering area. Poster slides will rotate automatically and each will be shown for one minute duration at a time. Delegates will be able to pause individual posters to view them in more detail.

ePosters Due: COB 28th September 2016

ePoster Slide Upload
Please use the template and instructions below to prepare you ePoster slide. Ensure your submission is named with the conference name and the last and first name of the first (submitting) author: SARRAH2016_Lastname_Firstname

ePoster Abstracts:  Your word abstract document will also be included in the Delegate App.  You can use this document for additional information such as references.  If you wish to update your abstract please send it to the SARRAH 2016 secretariat at mail@conferencedesign.com.au.

ePoster  Authors
01  Supporting positive rural student placements Heather Agnew, Robyn Gill
02 Radiographic and ultrasonic practice in the Torres Cape Kayt Alexander
03 Exploring the ‘F’ word in children’s oral health literature Cathryn Carboon
04 Nurses’ survey: The implementation of “hub and spoke” pharmacy service model in country South Australia Thong Wing Chan, Jennifer Pink
05 Reflections of a novice clinician researcher – challenges and pitfalls Meredith Castle
06 Teaching clinical education online: Improving the experience for supervisors and supervisees Rosanne Crouch
07 Do Indigenous clients with Spinal Cord injury have lifelong access to specialist medical clinics post discharge from inpatient rehabilitation – a retrospective clinical audit. Sheelagh Donohoe
08 Exploring incentives for early career professionals to ‘work in the village’: Industry stakeholder perspectives Annie Farthing
09 Better understanding our clients to deliver culturally safe and appropriate services to Indigenous people Lauren Gale, Lara Bishop, Martin Laverty
10 Leaping the chasm – supporting clinicians to deliver ‘face to face’ outpatient services via telehealth Jane George
11 iPlan4Change: Helping our youth reach ‘real world’ goals Nick Keith, Chris Gray
 12 A financial analysis of additional and earlier allied health input, across seven days, in orthogeriatric, stroke and rehabilitation services.  Karen Grimmer
13 Living an adventurous life with lymphoedema: One patient’s journey to acceptance and management Ruth Klee
14 Hearing distressing voices – reflections from rural health students and health workers Lee Martinez, May Walker-Jeffreys
15 Emergent literacy and digital experience: Exploring the literacy environment of preschool children with speech sound disorders Sarah Masso
16 Using a quality action cycle improves training outcomes Liza-Jane McBride
17 The use of a hub and spoke methodology to implement allied health expanded scope models of care 2014-16: Conditions for success Liza-Jane McBride
18 The development of a chronic wound strategy for County Health South Australia. Fiona Murray
19 The EPPIC Service – Eyre Peninsula Podiatry Integrated Clinical Service – a partnership approach Fiona Murray
20 Challenges in rural and remote allied health workforce planning Ilsa Nielsen
21 Cook, eat, live – more than just the food Emma Nunan
22 Views and experiences of allied health professionals about palliative care: Results of a national survey Deb Rawlings
23 Establishing increased clinical pharmaceutical roles to attract more pharmacists into rural and remote areas Unni Susil Kumar
24 Preventative healthcare, empowered and educated communities, the healthcare system that we want to work in Anthony Wall
25 Improving access and attendance to allied health services in rural and remote NSW through collaborating partnerships Alycia Young, Laura Gillan