It's that time of year again! This year we're looking to showcase our impressive range of research and innovation at BHS in a digital setting. In a shift away from previous formats we’re offering the chance for all projects along the research and innovation continuum to be presented. We are looking forward to sharing with you the significant impact that our research and innovation has on the organisation and our community.

Join us in a series of events whereby staff will be presenting their research or quality improvement/innovation projects in a variety of virtual settings.

Project Presentations - Live

Presenter/s

​Project Title

 

 

​Jaclyn Bishop

Addressing knowledge gaps for virtual delivery of rural community-based programs: rapid integrated knowledge translation during COVID-19

 

 

​Victoria Wishchusen

​Improving antimicrobial adverse drug reaction documentation in the medical record: Evaluation of an education module for clinical pharmacists

 

 

​Kylie McKenzie

​Frequent potentially avoidable ED presentations - consumer and clinician perspectives

 

 

​​Judith Russell

​The challenges of breastfeeding a late preterm or early term infant: women’s and clinicians’ perceptions of provision of antenatal information when considering early planned birth

 

 

​​Sarah Williams​

​​The role of relapse prevention plans for mental health consumers in reducing acute inpatient admissions

 

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MS Teams Event Link

Presenter

​Project Title

 

 

Adam Livori

Assessment of Telehealth Card​iology Pharmacist Clinic in Improving Therapy Adherence following Acute Coronary Syndrome and PCI: A matched cohort study

 

 

Glenn Reeves​

The smsPRO Project

 

 

Jessica Henegan

Seeds to success - implementation of Magseed as localisation method for impalpable breast lesions in regional Victoria

 

 

​Sagun Banjade

​Initiation of CPAP as an inpatient in patients with confirmed or suspected Obesity Hypoventilation Syndrome and Subsequent Outcomes​

 

 

 

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MS Teams Event Link

Webinars and Workshops

Thursday 4 November, 12:30pm - 2:00pm
In this special VCCC Alliance Nurse-Led Research Hub event, Professor Jill Francis will provide an overview of Implementation Science, discussing some relevant frameworks and the impact and opportunities within nurse led research.
Issues discussed will include:
  • ​Introducing a generalisable Implementation Science method for exploring and addressing care gaps
  • Identification of key behaviours and barriers / enablers / acceptability / organisational readiness
  • Highlight of key insights and how to think about addressing issues identified

To register

Monday 8 November 1:00pm - 2:00pm
 
​No experience necessary! This session will provide you with an overview to statistics as pertains to your research project. Particular emphasis will be on planning your study, types of data and analysis.

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