ADMA Evidence Based Primary & Secondary Prevention of Chronic Disease Seminar

Friday March 11th 2016 - AMREP Education Precinct, The Alfred Hospital, Melbourne

Program pdficonsm

The VicHealth Approach - Communityhealth promotion and primary prevention of chronic disease pdficonsm (4KB)

Dr Bruce Bolam, Executive Manager, Programs Group, Victorian Health Promotion Foundation, Vic

 

Who is accountable for prevention? Tracking progress on chronic disease pdficonsm (1.6KB)

Prof Maximillian P de Courten, Director, Centre for Chronic Disease Prevention and Management, Victoria University, Vic

 

Pinkmoves - Heartmoves for Breast Cancer pdficonsm (251KB)

Amanda Doring, Heartmoves National Training Manager, YMCA, Australia

 

Jamie's Ministry of Food - Cooking for long term health pdficonsm (1.6KB)

Elise Bennetts, Acting CEO, The Good Foundation & Jamie's Ministry of Food Australia

 

Managing the long term oral health of children with chronic conditions pdficonsm (1.2KB)

A/Prof Richard Widmer, Associate Clinical Professor, Paediatric Dentistry, The University of Sydney, Head of Dental Department, The Childrens Hospital, Westmead, NSW

 

Mind-Body Medicine - Clinical Application of evidence based meditation techniques pdficonsm (2.7KB)

Mr Phillip St Evens, Consultant Neurophysiologist, Sleep Scientist, certified Yoga teacher and mindfulness meditation tutor

 

Smiling Mind: An accessible technology based mindfulness program pdficonsm (2.9KB)

Dr Addie Wootten, CEO, Smiling Mind

 

Gut Health - An Integrative Approach pdficonsm (6.1KB)

Dr Iggy Soosay, National Institute of Integrative Medicine, Vic

 

Influence of exercise, motivation and coaching on chronic illness prevention pdficonsm (1.7KB)

Louise Czosnek, Policy and Relations Advisor, Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA)

 

Physical activity programs for people with chronic conditions  pdficonsm (1.4KB)

David Menzies, Manager Quality Systems and Health Partnerships, Fitness Australia

 

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