Conference papers archive
NZHHA Conference 2010
The 2010 conference "Dollars and Sense", held from Wednesday 1 September to Friday 3 September, was a great success. Thank you to Conference Brokers for their very good organisation of the conference, to our speakers for their vision and energy, and to our sponsors and exhibitors for their support.
Conference papers 2010 - Dollars and Sense
Hon Dr Jonathan Coleman, Associate Minister of Health
Trish Neal, Chairperson
- Dr Rodger Spiller and Chellie Spiller “I Belong Therefore I am – the Leadership Challenge”
- Dr Brian Easton “The Economic Context” Presentation Notes
- Dr Rod Oram "Investing in Homes"
- Di Grennell “How does Whanau Ora Connect to Home Health”
- Joanne Hope-Murray “Looking at Aged Care through Rose Coloured Glasses – Visualising the Change"
Other 2010 Conference presentations
- Dr Michal Boyd "Caring for People with Dementia"
- Pati Umaga, Randal Southee – ACC National Serious Injury Service – Working in partnership for Improved Outcomes in Independence and Participation
- Rob Gill – Who decides ‘when, how and by whom’ lessons from Manawanui’s experience as the IF pioneer in New Zealand.
- Julie Martin – IRIS – The Family in Control – IRIS’ experience of Individualised Funding and Person Centred Planning.
- Anton Venter – Healthcare NZ – Integrated Family Health Networks
- Lisa Gestro “A new model of Home Based Support Service – the Auckland DHB experience”
- Ruth Baxter “International Residential Assessment Instrument” Presentation Notes
- Scott Arrol “Quality and Audit”
- Oliver Evans “It is about Sense and Dollars & Improving Clinical Governance”
- Jane MacGeorge “Clinical Risk Management Framework”
- Mike Keyworth “The Business Part of the Equation – Business Mentoring for Home Health” and “Success Factor in Implementation”
- Barry Williams “What Can Information Technology offer?”
- Michael Beaumont “The Importance of training and documentation in a successful IT project”
- John Wade “Introducing the CASA (Care and Share Associates) Home Care Model.
Conference papers 2008 – Continuity and change
Conference Poem by Ian Harcourt - an entertaining summary of Day One.
View From the Top
Panel presentation from a range of strategic perspectives:
- Kathy Spencer (Strategic interface MOH/ACC and joint funders collaboration)
- Alison Hearn (Ministry of Health)
- Gillian Bremner (CEO Presbyterian Support Otago)
- John Wade (CEO Focus)
- Glenda Foster (ACC)
- Support to live at home - Joanne Edwards (Wairarapa DHB)
- Transitioning to new models of care - Susan Watson, Pat Curry and Carole Kerr (NB 3MB large file)
- Restorative support - Ondine Claridge
- Changing to an outcome model of home based support - Lavender Blue
- Critical thinking skills - Penney Kemp
- Changing policy and practice - older persons' health and housing - Max Reid
- 40/70 rule - conversation starters - Neil Farnsworth
- Impact of Tai Chi on older people - Anthony Busch
Conference papers 2007
- Sue Lindsay - Inspire!
Sue's presentation was based around the philosophy of "daring to be different"
- Ian Hardy - Helping Hand
Presentation Day 1: "So you think you know what aged care is all about?" Some thoughts about the increasing complexities, accountabilities and competition, which will be part of our future
Presentation Day 2: "Towards a preferred future." How might we bring closer together aging and disability services policy and practice?
- Tom Matthews - Positive Psychology
Positive psychology is in effect a science of happiness. This strength-based field has produced a vast range of research about increasing resilience and wellbeing.
- Stephen Jacobs - University of Auckland
This presentation is about results-based contracting, looking at how to develop a trusting relationship between funders and providers.
- Shelley Marshall - Ministry of Social Development
This presentation follows on to look at how to turn this trusting relationship into a meaningful contract.
- Maree Burley - Healthcare NZ
Maree talked about the Healthcare NZ programme (Safeguarding Unregulated Carers Delivering Complex Support - the Waikato Medically Fragile Children's Service), which was a finalist in the 2007 NZ Health Innovation Awards.
- Geraldine Woods - Ministry of Health
Geraldine was asked by the Minister of Health (Hon Pete Hodgson) to deliver his address
- Tony Foulkes - DHBNZ
A report about current DHBNZ/MoH care and support workforce initiatives.
- Eileen Brown - NZCTU
A presentation about how collective bargaining relates to meeting workforce goals.
Conference papers 2006
- Ageing in place - Beatrice Hale
- Lives and their meanings - Grant Gillett
- Pacific ordinary home life
- Maori ordinary home life
- Disability Support Services - Geraldine Woods
- Supporting ordinary lives:a government sector perspective - Jan Scown
- Sexuality as part of an ordinary home life - Frances Bird
- Career Force
- Parsons and Martin (ASPIRE)
- An Everyday Life Part 1 - Dr Jan White(ACC)
- An Everyday Life Part 2 - Dr Jan White(ACC)
- Your health - Grant Schofield
- InterRAI Assessment
- Strategic remuneration - David_Lowe
- Partnership possibilities - Tania Eden
- Situated based learning - Nurse Maude
- HDANZ presentation
- Netsoft NZHHA 2006 powerpoint
- Health Phone presentation