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2022 Outreach Conference

2022 OUTREACH CONFERENCE

The NSW Rural Doctors Network (RDN) Outreach Conference held in Sydney on 18 and 19 August 2022 was a great success with over 120 delegates attending RDN's first face-to-face conference since 2019.

The Outreach Conference is a once-a-year opportunity and is attended by a range of Aboriginal Health Workers, medical specialists, GP's, allied health professionals, health administrators and medical students delivering outreach services across NSW and the ACT. The theme of the conference was 'Coming together for a healthy future', highlighting the continued commitments of frontline staff, outreach health practitioners and service providers to improve health outcomes for patients and communities. The 2022 Conference participants were given the opportunity to exchange information, showcase innovative outreach models and share best practice. 

Held over one and half days, this year's conference saw a range of inspirational keynotes, thought-provoking panel discussions, interactive table-top presentations and a sunset cocktail function. The inspiring event saw a lively and engaged audience who appreciated the opportunity to learn, build networks, see old faces and enjoy the spirit of collaboration.

Outreach Conference Program

2022 POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS

RDN Program Update 2022

Presented by Amanda Masset and Naomi Freuden, NSW Rural Doctors Network

Outreach Porgramme Update

 

Shared Medical Appointments & Decolonising Diabetes

Presented by Willow Firth, Waminda

Waminda

 

A Day in the Life of an Outreach Clinic

Presented by Katrina Ward, Brewarrina Aboriginal Health Service and Melissa Nathan, Walgett Aboriginal Medical Service

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Medicare Sustainability - Strong Model

Presented by Katrina Otto, Train IT Medical and Jade Hansen, AH&MRC

Medicare Sustainability Strong Model of Care

 

Social and Emotional Wellbeing Model for Aboriginal People

Presented by Jamie Newman, Orange Aboriginal Medical Service

SEWB Step Model of Care at OAMS

 

What a day! Roo Runs, Vegetarian Lunches and Exit Row Seats

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Getting in Early- An Innovative Approach for Rural Children with Hearing, Speech and Language Difficulties  

Presented by Yolande Boys, Wentworth Healthcare

Getting in Early - an Innovative Approach for Rural Children with Speech, Language and Hearing Difficulties