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 29th August 2018

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: SARRAH2018_Lastname_Firstname

Click here to upload your ePoster

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 2018 secretariat at mail@conferencedesign.com.au.

ePoster Number Title Author
Aboriginal Health
1 Using the cultural appeal of bush tucker to market healthy food Maxine Daley & Renee Watts
Clinical practices and service
2 Adjusting for ACEs: services for rural children with Adverse Childhood Experiences Dagney Hopp
3 Understanding and meeting the needs of rural and regional radiotherapy patients with educational multimedia Jacinta Krstic
Community engagement
4 Changing lives: one smile at a time! Cathryn Carboon
Cross cultural service provision
5 Cultural Mentoring for Students on Clinical Placement: A critical component of learning and practice Kathryn Fitzgerald
Interprofessional education
6 Interprofessional education: an allied health graduate case study in the Northern Territory Justine Williams
7 Teaching and Assessment of Clinical Reasoning of Health Science Students on Clinical Placement: A Systematic Literature Review Kathryn Fitzgerald
8 Developing intentional interprofessional practice on the West Coast Jane George
9 The Allied Health and Nursing Education Outreach Program – Reaching Out Across the State Ruth Nicholls
Needs of Specific consumers or consumer groups
10 Bariatric Specialist Multi-Disciplinary Consultancy Service (Phone B-A-R-I) Peter Young
11 The Changing Landscape of Oral Health Leonard Crocombe
12 The changing landscape of physiotherapy student clinical placements: An exploration of geographical distribution and student outcomes across settings Lani DeSilva
Rural generalism
13 A case study of the rural generalist-consultant allied health model in the NDIS Edward Johnson
Service delivery models
14 Changing the landscape of our rural workforce – Establishing a network of Burns Link Therapists for Country South Australia – the (not so) secret to our success Joanne Lawson
15 Mealtime dangers; assessing food allergy practices within a sub-regional hospital Elizabeth Walker
Technology and digital health systems
16 Changing the rehabilitation journey across SA through telehealth Chris Leung
17 Using telehealth technology to optimise access to high risk foot services in the rural setting Diane White
18 Electronic records and telehealth facilitate safe, equitable and quality dietetics care closer to home to remote Torres Strait communities Kiah Peterie
19 Rural eMeds: achieving Smarter Safer Better approaches to medications Angela Firth
20 Stories from Experience, a new portal for safe storytelling Hilary Smith
21 Measuring balance in children aged 4 to 12 years of age using the Balance Master: Normative values and associations Jessica Kolic
Training and professional development
22 Using The Calderdale Framework to implement a work based education programme for the Support Workers, within the CREST at CDHB Vicki Prout
23 Best practice management of the hemiplegic upper limb: Utilising telehealth to provide education to clinicians in regional Victoria Thao Nhuyen
24 Mental Health Response Box – A toolbox for all organisations Deborah Reveley
25 Don’t mind my pyjamas – Can I borrow your toothbush? Kate Pollard