Ochre Day Conference Agenda 2019


*Ochre Day conference agenda may be subject to change prior to conference.*

Download PDF version of current conference agenda.

Day 1- Thursday 29 August 2019

SESSION
TOPIC
PRESENTER
8:15am
Registration open
OPEN Introduction and welcome Ben  MItchell

Welcome to Country

One Fire – Performance

AM session 1

Scene Setting: What is Ochre Day All About?

Host state address – VACCHO CEO, Trevor Pearce

John Paterson
MORNING TEA
AM session 2 Camping on Country Program Lomas Amini and Ernie Dingo
LUNCH
PM session 1 Using the data to tell the story of health in our people Associate Professor Ray Lovett
George Institute for Global HealthDepression Screening Tool Maree Hackett
AFTERNOON TEA
PM session 2         

Youth focus – Addressing Mental Health for Rural Youth via Art and Music

Delroy Bergsma and Robert Binsiar

Aboriginal Health TV 

Jake Thomson and Dr Norman Swan
CLOSE  Parking board issues
Passing to next focus city

Day 2 – Friday 30 August 2019

SESSION
TOPIC
PRESENTER
08:45am Doors open
AM session 1 ‘Our Stories – hearing innovation from across the nation‘

Smoking in Prisons (SA)

Trevor Wingard and Grant Day

Hearing from the Kimberley – Outreach program in Kununurra

Derek Donohue

Hearing from the Kimberley – Syphilis response program

Kirsten Hunter
MORNING TEA and GROUP PHOTO
AM session 2 The Preston Campbell Foundation Preston Campbell
LUNCH
PM session 1 Behavioural Change DARDI MUNWARRO

Reversing diabetes

Ray Kelly

PM session 2            

Australian Men’s Health Forum – National Men’s Health Strategy 2020-2030

Glen Poole
        

Health Spirits Program – Family Violence prevention

Bendigo and District Aboriginal Cooperative
AFTERNOON TEA
CLOSE  Facilitated Wrap Up / Conference Close Ben Mitchell

Thursday, 29 August 2019

Jaydon Adams Memorial Dinner

TIME
TOPIC
7:00PM Welcome
Dinner being served
Presentation of Jaydon Adams Memorial Award
Jaydon Adams Foundation – Lizzie Adams
NACCHO Ochre Day Shield hand over
Entertainment
11:00PM CLOSE

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