Welcome

The 3rd International Primary Health Care Reform Conference will again bring together primary care organisations, policy makers, consumers, researchers and clinicians from Australia, New Zealand, Europe, the Asia Pacific and North America, to continue the reform platform for primary care globally, and to further develop our international network for future growth. 


The conference will once again held at the Stamford Plaza, Brisbane. The Brisbane region is amongst the world's most desirable destinations, with a beautiful climate offering visitors a range of experiences. Brisbane city offers a modern and diverse subtropical capital city experience, complemented by the splendid array of hinterland, country and bay experiences available within just one hour's drive of the metropolitan area. T
he city is uniquely positioned as the hub of South East Queensland, which encompasses two world-class coastal destinations, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast, as well as spectacular rainforest, mountain and wilderness experiences.

 

In a dynamic health environment, our key primary care themes this time will focus on primary care in transition, primary/secondary health integration, quality and capacity development, e-health, measurement, end-users as partners, change management, innovation, incentives and improving the health care value proposition.

 

I look forward to seeing you again in Brisbane in 2016.

 

Claire Jackson

Conference Chair

Director, Centres for Primary Care Reform Research Excellence, and

Professor in Primary Care Research

University of Qld Discipline of General Practice

Immediate Past-President, Royal Australian College of General Practitioners

 

Invited Speakers

Speakers to be announced soon

Abstracts

Abstract Submission Now Open!

 

The conference planning committee invites clinicians, researchers, consumers, policy makers and health care organisations to submit abstracts for presentations or posters that reflect the conference themes.

 

Conference Themes: Primary Care in Transition, Primary/Secondary Health Care Integration, Quality and Capacity Development, E-Health, Measurement, End-Users as Partners, Change Management, Innovation, Incentives, Improving the Health Care Value Proposition

 

Confirmation of Receipt of Abstracts: Immediately following submission, you will receive an acknowledgment email confirming receipt of your abstract. If you need to make changes to your abstract submission, you can do so by logging back into your dashboard no later than the submission deadline, 30th September 2015. No changes will be possible after this deadline.

 

Acceptance Notification: Authors presenting posters and talks will be notified by Friday 30th October 2015.

 

Abstract Submission Guidelines

Submit an Abstract

 

Registration

Full Registration

Earlybird Regular
Delegate $899 $1050

Day Registration

Earlybird Regular
Delegate $530 $640

Venue

Located in the heart of Brisbane, the Stamford Plaza Brisbane will host 3rd International Primary Health Care Reform Conference. Located in the heart of the city, beside Brisbane's Botanic Gardens, Stamford Plaza Brisbane os graced by an elegant, grand colonial atmosphere, with a blend of tranquility and graciousness.

Walking distance from luxurious accommodation, 5-star restaurants and many of Brisbane's main attractions we trust that your experience at the Stamford Plaza Brisbane will be great.

 

Transport Options

City Train: Central Station is an easy 800m from Stamford Plaza

City Cat: 500m to the Riverside Ferry Terminal

Buses: Buses leave along Edward St; 600m to Queen Street Mall Bus Terminals; 800m to King George Square Bus Terminal

Taxis: Taxis easily hailed or booked through the Hotel

For public transport timetable information, please visit www.translink.com.au

 

Parking at Stamford Plaza

$45.00 per day for self parking

$50.00 per day for valet parking

 

Alternative parking is available at a secure car park close to the hotel. Please refer to the following link for further details on this option - Alternate Car Park Information