Working Together Conference Summary
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The conference was a milestone in the development of chronic condition self management through the participation of internationally recognised academics and practitioners at the forefront of this discipline. Many states have supported the use of both the Flinders and Stanford programs as an approach to chronic condition management. This was an opportunity to see these complementary programs working together. The afternoon presentations focused on Men's Health in action.

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Key Note Speakers & Presentations
  • Professor Kate Lorig

  • Professor Malcolm Battersby

  • Miss Susan Reid

  • Doctor Patrick McGowan

  • Doctor Saravana Kumar

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Men's Health In Action Presentations

Daniel Cox

SA Health, Service Modernisation Unit
Opening Address

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Wendy Currey

Perth Primary Care Network
CDSM – Improving life skills for homeless men in Perth.

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Ben Riley

Statewide Gambling Therapy Service, South Australia
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and its contribution to the understanding and management of chronic disease.

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Dr Helen Cameron-Tucker

Royal Hobart Hospital
THE ‘CENTREd’ MODEL for Self-Management Support - Steps, Skills and Tools. Application to Men’s Health.

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Mr Mike Evans

SA Health, Playford Primary Health Care Services
Men & Chronic Condition Self Management, She’ll be right.

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Dr Annapurna Nori

Watto Purrunna Health Services
Implementing the Flinders Closing the Gap Program – how hard can it be?

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Mrs Barbara Oerman

Flinders Human Behaviour & Health Research Unit
A Veteran’s Journey

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Highlights of the 'Working Together' Conference