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The Solution Room: JBI Evidence-based Healthcare Symposium

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Having trouble getting evidence into practice?

The Solution Room is a dynamic and interactive half-day designed to provide pragmatic solutions to your challenges in getting evidence into practice.

Our esteemed panel of speakers will give you 'real-world' insights during their presentations. As a 'think tank' they will then respond directly to questions around challenges during the panel discussion. Their aim is to provide practical solutions for you in your clinical setting.

Our panel are local and international prominent speakers in evidence implementation. You will also hear from local clinicians who will provide an overview of their evidence-based implementation projects, their challenges and solutions.

Meet our speakers, network over a supplied lunch and get back to work inspired and equipped with solutions!

ABOUT THE SPEAKERS:

Professor Zoe Jordan | Director, Joanna Briggs Institute
Prof Zoe Jordan is an experienced academic, business and communications professional with a long history working in evidence-based healthcare. In her role as Executive Director of the Joanna Briggs Institute Prof Jordan works with collaborating entities across the world to ensure that the Institute’s vision and mission are achieved. She is particularly interested in exploring strategies to foster strong international partnerships to achieve more effective translation of knowledge into policy and practice globally and in understanding the role of leadership, cross cultural collaboration, cultural brokering, discursive competence and relational empathy in achieving this goal.

Professor Bridie Kent, | University of Plymouth, UK
Prof Kent is a Registered Nurse. With a background in both clinical and academic appointments, Prof Kent has extensive experience in quality improvement, practice change, health services education and implementation research. For the last 20 years, Prof Kent has played a leading role in evidence-based practice uptake and implementation in the UK, New Zealand and Australia, leading Joanna Briggs Collaborating Centres in each of those counties – currently she is Director of The University of Plymouth Centre for Innovations in Health and Social Care: A Joanna Briggs Institute Centre of Excellence. Her research interests focus on knowledge translation (Implementation Science) and practice improvement, in acute and primary care settings.

Professor Ian Olver | University of South Australia
Professor Ian Olver, AM was Director, University of South Australia Cancer Research Institute and Professor of Translational Cancer Research. A renowned oncologist, cancer researcher and bioethicist, his research interests are in anticancer drug studies, symptom control, bio-ethics and psycho-oncology. Professor Olver AM is author of over 290 journal articles and is a regular commentator on cancer issues in Australia and internationally. Prof Olver AM was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for service to medical oncology as a clinician, researcher, administrator and mentor, and to the community through leadership roles with cancer control organisations.

Prof Olver AM graduated MB, BS from the University of Melbourne in 1976, was awarded an MD in 1991 and completed a PhD from Monash University in bioethics in 1997. He also holds a Certificate of Ministry (Lay Preaching) from the Adelaide College of Divinity. Prof Olver AM is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (FRACP), its Chapter of Palliative Medicine (FAChPM), an Associate Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Medical Administrators (ARACMA), and a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Science.

Prof Olver AM trained as a medical oncologist at Peter MacCallum Cancer Institute, the Alfred Hospital, Melbourne and the University of Maryland Cancer Centre in Baltimore. He practised at Peter MaCallum and then at The Royal Adelaide Hospital where he became Clinical Director of the RAH Cancer Centre, set up tele-oncology links with Darwin, established an oncology clinic in Alice Springs and trained the first medical oncologist for the CMC Hospital in Vellore India. From May 2006 to December 2014 he was appointed CEO, Cancer Council Australia in Sydney and received their Gold Medal in 2104.

Prof Olver AM is a past chair of the Medical Oncology Group of Australia and received their Cancer Achievement award in 2008. He currently chairs the Australian Health Ethics Committee of NHMRC and sits on NHMRC Council. Prof Olver AM is President of the Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer.

Dr Elizabeth Ann Lynch | Research Fellow, Adelaide Nursing School, University of Adelaide
Dr Lynch has a clinical background as a physiotherapist providing hospital-based rehabilitation to people with stroke. As a clinician and now as a researcher, she have a strong interest in delivering evidence-based care, ensuring equity of access to rehabilitation services and providing patients and family members information so they feel empowered and can partner with health professionals during rehabilitation. Dr Lynch's current research focuses on how to embed recommendations from the Stroke Clinical Guidelines into usual rehabilitation care for people with stroke. In particular, Dr Lynch is investigating how to provide carers with useful and timely information, and how to organise services so patients are able to practice standing, walking and using their arm as much as possible during their hospital stay.


Wendy Keech | Chief Executive Officer, Health Translation SA
Wendy commenced as CEO at SA Academic Health Science and Translation Centre in February 2018. Prior to this she spent 4 years in the Aboriginal Research Unit at the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) where she was the Executive Officer of the SA Aboriginal Chronic Disease Consortium and Senior Research Translation Manager working on a range of state and national research projects.

In 2014 she moved to SAHMRI from the Heart Foundation where she had been Director of Cardiovascular Health for 11 years. Through her career she has had significant experience in developing, implementing and evaluating evidence-based programs and working between research, policy and program delivery. She has a strong background in strategic planning, prevention, public health, heart disease, physical activity, tobacco control and nutrition.


This event will commence at 9:45am for registration & beverages with presentations commencing at 10:00am.

A light lunch will be served during the event with drinks and nibbles at the conclusion. Please provide any dietary requirements during registration.

Registrations close: Wednesday 27 March 2019.

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If you have any questions, please feel welcome to contact JBI at jbieducation@adelaide.edu.au

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