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| PANDDA 2022 Annual Conference Presentations

CONFERENCE THEME

NURSES: Engineering Health Pathways. Know me for my specialist nursing knowledge


Aknowledgement to Country

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Day 1 Conference Opening

The Hon. Ged Kearney, Assistant Minister Health & Aged Care


Day 2 Conference Welcome

Professor Alieson McMillan PSM, Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer Australia

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PANDDA President Update: A/Professor Nathan Wilson

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KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Professor Christine Duffield, Emeritus Professor at Edith Cowan University, Perth and University of Technology Sydney and President of the Australian College of Nursing

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Ms Rae Samuel, Executive Director, Keogh Bay Consulting

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A/Professor Mary-Ann O’Donovan, Conjoint Associate Professor and Executive Director, Centre for Disability Studies, University of Sydney

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INVITED SPEAKERS

A/Professor Melissa Desroches, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth USA

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PANDDA/UWS Research Project: Dr Peter Lewis and A/Professor Kathryn Weston

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Mandy Donley, Victorian Senior Practitioner and Anthony La Sala, Systems Manager, Department of Families, Fairness and Housing Victorian Government

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Dr Samuel Arnold, Lecturer, Department of Developmental Disability Neuropsychiatry (3DN), University of New South Wales

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Dr Kaitlyn Parratt, Neurologist and Epileptologist, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney Australia

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Tracey Corbin-Matchett and Joni Campbell, Bus Stop Films

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Carmel Curlewis, Accredited Practising Dietitian, Advantage Nutrition:  Sponsored by Abbott Nutrition Australia

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PROGRAM SPEAKERS

Heather Miller RN

Engineering health pathways in intellectual disability through the role of nurse health educator

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Dr Natasha Jojo RN & Robyn Rosina

What is effective sex education for children and young people with intellectual disability:

A systematic review

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Dr Natasha Jojo RN

Effectiveness of a sexual abuse prevention program for children with intellectual disabilities

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Dr Natasha Jojo RN

Educational needs of nurses working in the intellectual disability nursing sector in Australia

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Sharon Paley RN & Tassiana Gorday RN

Complex Healthcare Planning; developing and implementing effective support

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The Hunter New England LHD Specialised Intellectual Disability Health Team (SIDHT)

Trish Stedman, CNC/Team Leader; Dr Ria Leonard, Psychiatrist; Dr Kate Thomson Bowe, Paediatrician; Dr Sachi Fernando, Rehabilitation; and Karissa Freestone, Social Worker

“Respect, Deciding with People with an Intellectual Disability”

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Virginia Howie RN & A/Prof Anthony Welch

Acute care registered nurses caring for people with intellectual disability: An educational void

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Maria Heaton CNC

Patient Centred Care- Planning for Admission: What Does It Really Take?

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A/Prof Nathan Wilson

Toward a systems-led, biopsychosocial framework to underpin oral health supports for people with intellectual and developmental disability

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Alison Devitt RN

Virtual Care for people with Intellectual Disability: Preparing for communication success

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Elisha Deegan RN

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation and basic life support for people with atypical chest shapes and wheelchair users: Toward supplemented education and emergency management plans delivered by specialist nurses

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Lisa Wragg RN

Toilet Time Colouring Books • Me, My Bladder and Wee • You, Your Bowel and Poo

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Macey Barrett RN & Moria Bochholtz RN

SPECTROM: A way forward, reducing the overuse of psychotropic medications

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Natalie Duckworth RN

Medication oversight, governance, and administration in intellectual disability services: legislative limbo

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