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Sharon Leitch May 31
“There’s an expert at both ends of the stethoscope.” Debra Letica, Patient Rapporteur
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U n i v e r s e Jun 10
Watching twitter and youtube like
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Christopher McMaster May 31
Professor Jeremy Nicholson says we may have point-of-care metabolomics testing in GP practices within 5 years
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Christopher McMaster May 30
Good data prevents morbidity and mortality. It’s that simple.
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Brad Gellert May 31
First Australian conference I’ve been to with consumer rapporteurs and I hope it’s not my last because their honest views have really put it all in perspective - so valuable
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Matt Spellman May 31
Seems fitting since we had chicken 🐔 strips for dinner!
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NPS MedicineWise Jun 1
Congratulations to Tobias Speare, Centre for Remote Health, the winner of the National MedicineWise Award for Health Professional programs under $100,000
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Matt Spellman Jun 1
Bus one is 45% awake at this moment! 😂
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Leanne Wells May 30
For system like health to change (for the better) we need big disrupters says Prof Keith McNeil
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David Liew May 31
It seems to me, from everything discussed at , that technology as it evolves, whether it stratifies or illustrates, is there to give clinicians the right tools, so they can spend less time guessing and more time caring so our patients can get the interactions they deserve
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NPS MedicineWise May 31
I am not a patient. I am not a health consumer . I am not a client. I am a partner. The future of healthcare. Susan Morris
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andrewmarson May 31
Incredibly powerful and informative talk by Susan Morris, executive director NSW of Lynch Syndrome Australia, about her journey through the healthcare system, the power of language and the need for partnership in personalised healthcare. Amazing speaker.
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Kirsten May 30
GPs want to do the right thing by their patients, so let's help them do that in an easy and efficient way -Mieke van Driel
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Esa Chen May 31
Replying to @pharmec_
The revolution is to replace patient/health consumer/client with partner. Adults talking to adults, recognising that individuals are experts in their care
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North Arrow Minerals Apr 11
North Arrow caught off guard to win the Corporate Award at the Nunavut Mining Symposium for our work at Naujaat. Thanks !
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Sharon Leitch May 31
Great panel discussion at around the importance of capturing the patient experience in a way that can meaningfully contribute to treatment and research decisions.
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Sara McMillan May 31
Health partners...not patients, clients or health consumers. Such a personal presentation by Thank You for sharing.
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andrewmarson May 31
Message to health professionals from those receiving healthcare: "Don't call us the worried well" - Susan Morris, executive director NSW of Lynch Syndrome Australia
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Joanne Gross May 31
I’m a relatively health literate consumer and a terrible cyclist. However, the cyclist analogy helped me remember that some consumers still want/need training wheels with Mum/Dad holding on as they navigate the health system.
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David Liew May 31
If we’re going to use the electronic medical record to guide and support deprescribing, it’s got to be in a way that works for end users. Great iterative process from Mai Duong and team from based on end user feedback
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