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    REGISTRATION BROCHURE

    th10 ANNUAL QUEENSLAND CHILD

    HEALTH CONFERENCE

    “THE MOVING BUS ARE YOU ON IT?”

    Contemporary issues in child and youth

    health

    Rydges Hotel, Southbank, Brisbane

    "THE MOVING BUS - ARE YOU ON IT?"

    Friday, 25 - Saturday, 26 October 2002

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     th10 Annual Queensland Child Health Conference

Invitation to Attend

     thThe organising committee for the 10 Annual Queensland Child Health Conference has chosen

     the title “The Moving Bus Are You On It” Contemporary issues in child and youth health. The

     image and idea behind this metaphorical expression seeks to convey an urgency, not to be left

     behind. The challenges around delivery of child and youth health services are numerous for both

    providers and consumers. Consumers can only benefit from development of innovative models

    of care, the partnerships we form and all whilst ensuring international best practice. Join us for

    the journey!!

Organising Committee

Helen Hourigan, Nurse Practice Coordinator, Mt Gravatt Child Youth and Family Health

    Service.

Leonie Willis, Nurse Practice Coordinator, Coorparoo Child Youth and Family Health Service.

Lynelle Wagner, Nurse Practice Coordinator, Inala Child Youth and Family Health Service.

    Jim Davidson, Area Manager, Coorparoo Community Health Services.

    Kate Ramsay, Community Liaison Coordinator, Mater Hospital Brisbane.

    Bernie O’Brien, Area Manager, Inala Community Health Services.

Program

The conference will feature keynote and invited presentations, as well as free papers and poster

    sessions. Plenary and keynote presentations will have a multidisciplinary focus allowing

    paediatric, child and youth healthcare providers from different specialties to interact and learn from experts representing various disciplines.

The scientific program will explore the following themes:

    ? Contemporary child and youth health issues

    ? Early intervention and parenting support initiatives

    ? Continuum of care

    ? Clinical Issues

    ? Indigenous and multicultural approaches

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    PROVISIONAL PROGRAM

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    25 & 26 October 2002

Day 1. Friday 25 October 2002

8.00am 8.45pm Registration

8.45am 9.00am Introduction and Welcome

    Mr Jim Davidson, Area Manager, Coorparoo Community Health Services.

9.00am 10.30am Opening Session 1.

    Chair Ms Tracey Silvester, Executive Officer, Brisbane South Community Health Services, QE11

    Hospital Health Service District.

    9.00am 9.10am Welcome to the Hon. Wendy Edmond MLA, Minister for Health and th brief background on the 10 Annual Child Health Conference Ms Wendy Pilkington, District Manager, QEII Hospital Health Service District

9.10am 9.25am Opening address

    The Hon. Wendy Edmond MLA, Minister for Health

9.25am 9.30am Response to the Minister’s address

    Ms Tracey Silvester, Executive Officer, Brisbane South Community Services, QE11 Hospital Health Service District.

    9.30am 10.30am Keynote Speaker Contemporary Issues in Child Health Professor Graham Vimpani, Director, Child, Family & Adolescent Health, Hunter Area Health Service

10.30am 11.00am Morning Tea (30 minutes)

11.00am 12.20pm Session 2.

    Chair Mr Jim Davidson, Area Manager, Coorparoo Community Health Services.

11.00am 11.20am Child & Youth Health Unit

    Ms Katrina Horsley A/Manager Child and Youth Health Unit, Queensland Health

11.20am 11.40am The Evidence

    Associate Professor Ken Armstrong Paediatrician, Royal Children’s Hospital and Health Service District

    11.40am 12.00pm Early Intervention for Safe Healthy Families Initiative Ms Marilyn Chew Principal Project Officer, Child and Youth Health Unit, Queensland Health

12.00pm 12.20pm Indigenous Child Health

    Ms Gerry Cleary Principal Policy Advisor, Child and Youth Health Unit, Queensland Health

12.20pm 1.20pm Lunch (60 minutes)

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1.20pm 2.35pm Session 3.

    Chair Sandy Jamieson, Nursing Director, Brisbane South Community Health Services.

1.20pm 1.40pm Findings from the MCH Service Initiatives Projects Evaluation

     Victoria

    Professor Gay Edgecomb Clinical Chair Community Child Health Nursing, University of Melbourne

1.45pm 2.25pm Plenary sessions

Times

    Room A

    Room B

1.45pm 1.55pm

    Angela Ferguson:

    Children’s Memory Span Development

    Catherine Brewster & Susanne Forgan:

    Plugging the Gaps: Positive Pregnancies with Opiod Dependencies Program (PPQDP)

1.55pm 2.05pm

    Aileen Pidgeon:

    Attributional change through an Enhanced Behavioral Family Intervention for at risk families. Jordana Rigby & Meredith Kenny:

    Make It Sooner Rather Than Later: Social Worker Intervention

2.05pm 2.15pm

    Marilyn Chew & Heather Edwards:

    Supporting Families using a Developmental and Socio-Ecological Approach Miriam Locke:

    Community Network of Services Supporting Parenting

2.15pm 2.25pm

    Robyn Wyatt & Patrice Robinson:

    Orientation of Services Sunshine Coast

    Carol Markie-Dadds & Heather Edwards:

    Strengthening Families: Survey of Qld Parents

2.25pm 2.35pm Plenary Panel Questions

2.35pm 3.00pm Afternoon Tea (25 minutes)

3.00pm 4.30pm Session 4.

    Chair Ms Leonie Willis, Nurse Practice Coordinator, Coorparoo Child Youth and Family Health Service.

    3.00pm 3.20pm Indigenous Family Structure in a Changing Environment Dr Noel Hayman Public Health Physician, Indigenous Health Service, QEII Hospital Health Service

    District

3.20pm 4.00pm Plenary sessions

Times

    Room A

    Room B

3.20pm 3.30pm

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Robyn Furjes & Jan Pinnington:

    School Health Nursing: Moving in a New Direction

    Julie Cox & Heather McLaughlin:

    Partnerships in Care

3.30pm 3.40pm

    Judy Rose:

    Sex on the Net

    Cynthia Peterson:

    The “Shuttle Bus” Extended Midwifery Service

3.40pm 3.50pm

    Judy Rose:

    Out with Homophobia

    Robyn Penny:

    Early Feeding Support Initiative

3.50pm 4.00pm

    Debra Robins & Susan Welch:

    Laughter Therapy in High Schools

    Kate Ramsay:

    Mater Misericordiae Health Services Inc Reaching into the Community

4.00pm 4.15pm Plenary Panel Questions

4.15pm 4.25pm Summation

    Professor Graham Vimpani Director, Child, Family & Adolescent Health, Hunter Area Health Service

4.25pm 4.30pm Close

    4.30pm - 5.30pm PACHN Inc AGM & Special Meeting

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Day 2. Saturday 26 October 2002

8.00am 9.00am Registration

9.00am 10.40am Session 5.

    Chair Ms Bernie O’Brien, Area Manager, Inala Community Health Services.

    9.00am 10.00am Family CARE Child Protection Issues Associate Professor Ken Armstrong Paediatrician, Royal Children’s Hospital and Health Service District

10.00am 10.20am Mater Child Protection Unit

    Ms Annette Murphy Child Protection Unit SCAN Coordinator, Mater Children’s Hospital

10.20am 10.40am Champs Clinic

    Ms Ann Kingsbury Project Officer, National Illicit Drug Strategy, Mater Mother’s Hospital

10.40am 11.00am Morning Tea (20 minutes)

11.00am 12.15pm Session 6.

    Chair Ms Helen Hourigan, Nurse Practice Coordinator, Mt. Gravatt Child Youth and Family Service.

    11.00am 11.20am Impact of Domestic Violence on Infant Attachment Dr Janet Rhind Child Psychiatrist and Psychotherapist, Brisbane 5/20/10

    11.20am 11.40am KOPING When a child has a Parent with a Mental Illness Ms Michelle Hegarty Project Officer, Child and Youth Mental Health Service, Royal Children’s Hospital

    and Health Service District

11.40am 12.00pm From Policy to Practice

    Ms Jan Pratt Nursing Director, Primary Care Program, Community Child Health Service, Royal

    Children’s Hospital and Health Service District

12.00pm 1.00pm Lunch (60 minutes)

1.00pm 3.20pm Session 7.

    Chair Ms Lynelle Wagner, Nurse Practice Coordinator, Inala Child Youth and Family Service.

1.00pm 1.20pm Healthy Weight in Children

    Dr Amanda Lee Director, Statewide Health Promotion Unit, Queensland Health

1.20pm 1.40pm Lift the Lip Project

    Ms Janice Moodie Statewide Training Coordinator, Oral Health Education Centre, Brisbane

1.40pm 2.00pm Results of State Wide Survey Regarding Health Service Practices

     and Infant Nutrition

    Ms Natalie Kenney A/Senior Policy Officer, Child and Youth Health Unit, Queensland

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2.05pm 2.55pm Plenary Sessions

Times

    Room A

    Room B

2.05pm 2.15pm

    Dr Terry Coyne:

    Childhood Obesity What are the Issues?

    Wendy Kastelein:

    Breastfeeding Tip Sheets

2.15pm 2.25pm

    Kim Fraser:

    Fun no Fuss with Food: An Evaluation of a Multi-disciplinary Program for Early Childhood Eating Problems Julie Appleton:

    Health Promoting Early Childhood Settings Pilot Project

2.25pm 2.35pm

    Barbara Radcliffe:

    The Better Food Better Care Project:

    Improving Food and Nutrition Outcomes for Young Children and their Families Andrew Christopherson:

    Child Health Inititatives in Cape York Communities

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2.35pm 2.45pm

    Lorraine Moore:

    Improving Child Health Outcomes through Reducing Toxicity of Food Sources Jenny Walsh:

    Influences on Nurses use of Antipyretics in the Management of Fever

2.45pm 2.55pm

    Kristina Palmer-Field:

    The Southern Brisbane and Logan Promotion and Training Breastfeeding Coalition Karmen Hellmuth:

    Healthy Teeth for Life

2.55pm 3.15pm Plenary Panel Questions

3.15pm 3.35pm Afternoon Tea (20 minutes)

3.35pm 3.50pm Session 8.

    Chair Ms Kate Ramsay, Community Liaison Coordinator, Mater Hospital, Brisbane

3.35pm 3.45pm Summation

    Professor Graham Vimpani, Director, Child, Family & Adolescent Health, Hunter Area Health Service

3.45pm 3.50pm Close

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Keynote Speaker

Professor Graham Vimpani

Professor Graham Vimpani is head of the Discipline of Paediatrics and Child Health at the

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University of Newcastle and head of community child health services within the Child and Youth

    Health Network in Newcastle. He has a background in community paediatrics and a

    longstanding interest in promoting child development through social justice and early intervention

    strategies that address the support needs of families with young children. His research interests

    have spanned childhood injury prevention, child protection, the impact of lead on child

    development, the evaluation of home visiting, health outcomes in adolescent boys and the links between socio-economic inequality and child health. As well as being a member of several

    national paediatric committees, he is Chairman of the Board of NIFTey Australia (the National

    Investment for the Early Years). A cross-sectoral advocacy body designed to promote greater

    awareness of the importance of the early years of life and a member of the Ministerial

    Partnership for the Stronger Families and Communities Strategy and the Australian Council for

    Children and Parenting. He was a member of the Steering Committee of the Australian

    Research Alliance for Children and Youth.

Invited Speakers

Dr Ken Armstrong

Dr. Ken Armstrong is a Senior Paediatrician with the Royal Children’s Hospital and District Health

    Services working within Community Child Health; Senior Paediatrician to the Prince Charles

    Hospital and District Indigenous Health Unit; Associate Professor in the Department of

    Paediatrics and Child Health, University of Queensland and Honorary Fellow in the Department

    of Health and Behavioural Sciences, Griffith University.

Associate Professor Armstrong teaches undergraduate and graduate students in medicine,

    psychology, early childhood and nursing. His research interests are normal infant and early

    childhood behaviour and its impact on families, and modes of delivering health services that

    address the needs of the most vulnerable families in society. His recent research has focused on

    the healthy psychological development of infants and enabling disadvantaged families and urban

    indigenous families to achieve this.

Dr Noel Hayman

Dr Noel Hayman graduated in medicine from the University of Queensland, and was one of the

    first Aborigines to complete the medical curriculum at this University.

He subsequently received his MPH, and was appointed a Fellow of the Australasian Faculty of

    Public Health Medicine, of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians in 2000.

Dr Hayman’s current position is Manager of the Indigenous Health Service, QEII Hospital Health

    Service District. His interest areas include improving indigenous access to mainstream health

    services and medical education, including teaching of Aboriginal Health Workers.

     th10 Annual Child Health Conference Presenters

Marilyn Chew

Principal Project Officer, Child and Youth Health Unit, Queensland Health, Brisbane.

Gerry Cleary

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    Principal Policy Advisor, Child and Youth Health Unit, Queensland Health, Brisbane.

Dr Andrew Cotteril

    Director, Paediatric Endocrinology, Mater Children’s Hospital, Brisbane.

Professor Gay Edgecomb

Clinical Chair, Community Child Health Nursing, Director of International Studies for Nursing and

    Midwifery, RMIT University, Melbourne.

Michelle Hegarty

    Project Officer, Child and Youth Mental Health Service, Royal Children’s Hospital and Health Service District.

Katrina Horsley

    Acting Manager, Child and Youth Health Unit, Queensland Health, Brisbane.

Natalie Kenney

    Acting Senior Policy Officer, Child and Youth Health Unit, Queensland Health, Brisbane.

Ann Kingsbury

    National Illicit Drug Strategy Project Officer, Mater Mother’s Hospital, Brisbane.

Janice Moody

    Statewide Training Coordinator, Oral Health Education Centre, Yeronga, Brisbane.

Annette Murphy

    Child Protection Unit SCAN Coordinator, Mater Children’s Hospital, Brisbane.

Jan Pratt

Nursing Director, Primary Care Program, Community Child Health Service, Royal Children’s

    Hospital and Health Service District.

Dr Janet Rhind

    Child Psychiatrist and Psychotherapist, Wickham Terrace Brisbane.

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Plenary Sessions

Julie Appleton

Project Officer, Community Nutrition Unit, Mt. Gravatt Community Health Services, QEII Hospital

    Health Service District.

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Catherine Brewster

    Clinical Nurse, Opiate Treatment Service, West Moreton Community Health, West Moreton Health District.

Marilyn Chew

    Principal Project Officer, Child and Youth Health Unit, Queensland Health, Brisbane.

Andrew Christopherson

    Flight Nurse, Cairns Base Royal Flying Doctor Service Queensland Section.

Julie Cox

    Nurse Practice Coordinator, Redcliffe Hospital, Redcliffe-Caboolture Health Service District.

Dr Terry Coyne

Senior Lecturer, Nutrition Program, University of Queensland and Nutritional Epidemiologist,

    Epidemiology Services Unit, Queensland Health, Herston.

Heather Edwards

    Senior Project Officer, Child and Youth Health Unit, Queensland Health, Brisbane.

Angela Ferguson

Psychologist/Early Intervention Specialist, Palmdale Child, Youth and Family Service, QEII

    Hospital Health Service District.

Suzanne Forgan

    Clinical Nurse, Logan Central Community Child Health, Logan Health Service District.

Kim Fraser

Community Child Health Nurse, Southport Community Child Health, Gold Coast Health Service

    District.

Robyn Furjes

Clinical Nurse, Nundah School Health, Children’s Community Child Health Service, Royal

    Children’s Hospital and District Health Service.

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Plenary Sessions

Karmen Hellmuth

    State Health Promotion Coordinator, Oral Health Unit, Queensland Health, Brisbane.

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