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30th Annual Conference 2019

The Best is yet to come

22 & 23 October 2019, Novotel Hotel Parramatta


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KEYNOTE SPEAKERS


Challenging health – the latest intellectual disability health advocacy and action in the health system and NDIS

Jack Kelly and Jim Simpson, NSW Council of Intellectual Disability

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Health and Wellbeing of Autistic Adults and their Carers

Professor Julian Trollor

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Frailty and Ageing in People with Intellectual Disability – Emerging Challenges

Dr Seeta Durvasula

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Recognition of nurses and the important role they play in people lives

Adjunct Professor Kim Ryan

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Closing the Gap for People with Intellectual Disability: Focus on Mental Health

Clinical Professor Robyn Wallace

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NSW Health – Enhancing and Integrating health care for people with Intellectual Disability

Tish Bruce, Executive Director Health Ministry NSW

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What was + what is = what can be. The role of nurses in developmental disabilities

Adjunct Professor Sue Hawes


INVITED SPEAKERS


Conscious bias towards disability. A family experience

Kim and Jae Creevey


PROGRAM SPEAKERS


CPR and Basic Life Support for all of us, more than just a dream

Elisha Deegan

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A New Zealand First: A National Survey of IDD Nurses

Henrietta Trip

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Intentional Community Housing: A Case Study

Jennifer Rollo OAM

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QUM Again? Revisiting analgesia administration in a young person with developmental disability

Georgina Hoddle, Olivia Morcos and Johannah Flynn

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Toward nurse-led oral health interventions for people with IDD

Zhen Lin

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Experience Sampling Method and the everyday experiences of adults with intellectual disability:

A feasibility study toward supported self-management of chronic illnesses

Nathan Wilson

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WORKSHOP

Restraint Reduction: procedure, policy, improving practice and current issues

Sharon Paley

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PANDDA RESEARCH PROJECTS UPDATE


PANDDA Funded Research Project Updates

Dr Peter Lewis and Associate Professor Nathan Wilson

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