2018

  • Caffery LJ. Advice on priorities for, and governance of, telehealth in the Tasmanian Health Service. Tasmanian Health Service Telehealth Expansion Project Steering Committee. Hobart, Australia. 4 April 2018.

2017

  • Caffery LJ. Metadata in the era of mobile, cloud computing and VNAs Transforming Dermatology in the Digital Era. New York City, USA. 9 November 2017 [Invited]
  • Caffery LJ. Getting the ducks in row: A health informatician’s perspective on digital imaging in dermatology Centre for Research Excellence in Telehealth Forum Brisbane 6 October 2017
  • Caffery LJ. Telehealth service evalaution Metro South Telehealth Advisory Group Meeting  Brisbane 14 September 2017 [Invited]
  • Caffery LJ. FHIR: A new standard for informatics? RADaim2017. Gold Coast, Australia. 28-30 July 2017 [Invited].
  • Caffery LJ. The influence of telehealth on mental Health. Health Roundtable Mental Health Improvement Group HRT1712. Sydney, Australia. 8 June 2017 [Invited Keynote].
  • Caffery LJ. Telehealth substitution of rural outreach services: an economic analysis. 14th National Rural Health Conference. Cairns, Australia. 26-29 April 2017.
  • Caffery LJ. Practical research in telehealth. Cairns Hospital and Health Service Telehealth Workshop. Cairns Hospital Education Centre, Australia. 20 February 2017 [Invited].
  • Caffery LJ. Online Consultations using videoconferencing  The University of Queensland eHealthcare (HLTH2000) Webinar. 29 March 2017 [Invited].
  • Smith AC. Telehealth: Innovation to Implementation. National Health Innovation and Research Symposium. Opal Cove Resort, Coffs Harbour, Australia. 3 August 2017 [Keynote].
  • Smith AC. COH Overview of Research Activities. Health Systems Sustainability, CRE Meeting. Translational Research Institute, Brisbane, Australia. 11 July 2017.
  • Smith AC. Telehealth: Barriers and Enablers. Victorian Health Service (Telehealth) Community of Practice (Via videoconference). 30 June 2017 [Invited].
  • Smith AC. Understanding the potential of telehealth for people in remote locations. Health Services Research Association – Australia and New Zealand Webinar. 22 February 2017 [Invited].
  • Smith AC. Combining research with the development of clinical telehealth services – overview of the Centre for Online Health. Cairns Hospital and Health Service Telehealth Workshop. Cairns Hospital Education Centre, Australia. 20 February 2017 [Invited].

2016

  • Bird D. Learnings from the Development, Evaluation, & Scale-Up of the Telephone-Linked Care Diabetes Program. Pre_ICBM Symposium. 5-6 December 2016. Melbourne, Australia.
  • Caffery LJ. Telehealth interventions for reducing waiting lists for specialist outpatient service: a scoping review. Successes and Failures in Telehealth. 1 – 3 November 2016. Auckland, New Zealand. 
  • Caffery LJ Why DICOM for Dermatology? Envisioning the future of dermatology through the lens of medical informatics. 13 October 2016. New York, USA. [Invited]
  • Caffery LJ Image enabling the electronic medical record Memorial Sloane Kettering Cancer Centre, Faculty of Dermatology Journal Club.  11 October 2016. New York. USA. [Invited]
  • Caffery LJ. Exploring telehealth options for outreach services CheckUP Roundtable. 1 Sept 2016. Brisbane, Australia [Invited]
  • Caffery LJ. Technical Consideration for teleconsultations. Cognitive Decline Partnership Centre - Technology and Telehealth Workshop. 9 May 2016. Sydney, Australia. [Invited].
  • Caffery LJ. DICOM Cameras. RADAim Conference. 22 – 24 July 2016. Gold Coast, Australia.
  • Caffery LJ. DICOM Structured Reports. RADAim Conference. 22 – 24 July 2016. Gold Coast, Australia.
  • Caffery LJ. Image enabling the Electronic Medical Record. RADAim Conference. 22 – 24 July 2016. Gold Coast, Australia.
  • Caffery LJ. Luminance decay in iPads. RADAim Conference. 22 – 24 July 2016. Gold Coast, Australia.
  • Dallest K. Development of the CRE in Telehealth Policy Digest. Successes and Failures in Telehealth. 1 – 3 November 2016. Auckland, New Zealand. 
  • Deacon A. Design of an RCT to compare the effectiveness of smartphone and paper-based delivery of a mixed methods intervention for adolescents with type 1 diabetes. Successes and Failures in Telehealth. 1 – 3 November 2016. Auckland, New Zealand. 
  • Fatehi F. Telehealth service models for Australian general practices. Successes and Failures in Telehealth. 1 – 3 November 2016. Auckland, New Zealand. 
  • Gray LC. CRE and Telehealth Update. Successes and Failures in Telehealth. 1 – 3 November 2016. Auckland, New Zealand. 
  • Langbecker D. Delivering virtual speech language pathology to school children in the Western Downs. Rural and Remote Telehealth. 6 October 2016. Toowoomba, Australia.
  • Martin-Khan M. Challenges in implementing Randomised Control Trials in Health Service Implementation Research: Protocol issues in a telehealth trial in residential aged care. Successes and Failures in Telehealth. 1 – 3 November 2016. Auckland, New Zealand. 
  • Menon A. REthinking MOdel of Diabetes care utilising E-health (REMODEL). Successes and Failures in Telehealth. 1 – 3 November 2016. Auckland, New Zealand. 
  • Smith AC. Telecare for more remote communities. Caring for Country Kids Conference. 18 April 2016, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia. [Keynote].
  • Smith AC. Telepaediatrics: Telecare for paediatric surgical patients. Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, Annual Scientific Conference. 4 May 2016. Brisbane, Australia. [Invited].
  • Smith AC. Telehealth in the real world: practical examples from Queensland. Cognitive Decline Partnership Centre - Technology and Telehealth Workshop. 9 May 2016. Sydney, Australia. [Invited].
  • Smith AC. Telemedicine applications in Australia. Centre for Telepsychiatry. 26 May 2016. Odense, Denmark. [Invited].
  • Smith AC. Telemedicine from Denmark to Australia and back. 30 May 2016. Hospital of Southern Jutland, Denmark. [Invited].
  • Smith AC. Removing the “monkey games” from traditional health systems. Using telehealth models of care to improve patient experience and enable better access to care.  Syddansk Forskningscentre for Klinisk Sygepleje (SFKS) Conference. 3 June 2016. Hospital of Southern Jutland, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark. [Keynote].
  • Smith AC. Clinical telehealth – putting ideas into practice. 6 June 2016. South West Jutland Hospital, Esbjerg, Denmark. [Invited].
  • Smith AC and Edirippulige S. Webinar: Telehealth’s Impact on the Delivery of Care in Australia. Avisia Webinar. 24 June 2016. [Keynote].
  • Smith AC. Clinical telehealth service models which improve access to specialist care.  International Congress of Tropical Medicine and Malaria 2016. 19 September 2016.  Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Australia. [Invited].
  • Taylor M. Substitution rates of video consultations for traditional consultations at a tertiary public hospital. Successes and Failures in Telehealth. 1 – 3 November 2016. Auckland, New Zealand.

2015

  • Al Dossary S. Development of a Planning Framework for Telemedicine Health Service Planning.Successes and Failures in Telemedicine 2015. 12-13 November 2015. Brisbane, Australia.
  • Armfield NR. The Seven Cardinal Sins of Telemedicine Evaluation. Successes and Failures in Telemedicine 2015. 12-13 November 2015. Brisbane, Australia.
  • Armfield, NR. Health-e-Screen4kids. NHMRC CRE in Telehealth Investigators Meeting: presentation series with CRE researchers and RHD students. 3 July 2015. TRI, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane.
  • Bradford N. Awareness, Experiences and Perceptions of Telehealth in a Rural Queensland Community.Successes and Failures in Telemedicine 2015. 12-13 November 2015. Brisbane, Australia.
  • Bradford N. Indigenous research values, principles and goals. NHMRC CRE in Telehealth Investigators Meeting: presentation series with CRE researchers and RHD students. 3 July 2015. TRI, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane.
  • Bradford N. New models of care including the use of home telehealth to support families and healthcare clinicians. End of Life Care Improvement Group Workshop. 29 May 2015. Brisbane, Australia.
  • Caffery L. The Appropriateness and Feasibility of Teledentistry for a Rural Indigenous Community.Successes and Failures in Telemedicine 2015. 12-13 November 2015. Brisbane, Australia.
  • Caffery L. Colour medical imaging. RADaim2015. 31 July-2 August 2015. Gold Coast, Australia.
  • Caffery L. The relationship between imaging workflow, DICOM objects and metadata. RADaim2015. 31 July-2 August 2015. Gold Coast, Australia.
  • Caffery L. Why DICOM for dermatology. RADaim2015. 31 July-2 August 2015. Gold Coast, Australia.
  • Caffery L. Integrating telehealth into clinical practice, beyond the technology challenges [Panel]Broadband for the Bush Forum IV - Unlocking the (Digital) Potential of the Bush. 15-16 July. Darwin, Australia.
  • Caffery L. The effectiveness of telehealth for the provision of health care to Indigenous Australian patients: a Systematic Review. NHMRC CRE in Telehealth Investigators Meeting: presentation series with CRE researchers and RHD students. 3 July 2015. TRI, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane.
  • Deacon A.  Using Mobile Technology to Motivate Adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus: A Systematic Review of Recent Literature. Successes and Failures in Telemedicine 2015. 12-13 November 2015. Brisbane, Australia.
  • Deshpande N. IUIH Telehealth Program South East Queensland. NHMRC CRE in Telehealth Investigators Meeting: presentation series with CRE researchers and RHD students. 3 July 2015. TRI, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane.
  • Edirippulige S. Education and Training to Support the Use of Clinical Telehealth: a Review of the Literature. Successes and Failures in Telemedicine 2015. 12-13 November 2015. Brisbane, Australia.
  • Edirippulige S. Education and Training needs in Telehealth: Telehealth Education Scoping. Queensland Health Statewide Telehealth, Clinical Skills Development Services. 5 March 2015. Brisbane, Australia.
  • Fatehi F. Design of a Mobile-based Diabetes Management System for Insulin Titration in Type 2 Diabetes: a Proof of Concept Study. Successes and Failures in Telemedicine 2015. 12-13 November 2015. Brisbane, Australia.

  • Fatehi F. Toward a Conceptual Framework for Mobile-based Diabetes Management System: an Evaluation of Functions and Features of Best Mobile Apps for Diabetes. Successes and Failures in Telemedicine 2015. 12-13 November 2015. Brisbane, Australia. 
  • Gray LC. Local Keynote Address: Second Generation Telegeriatrics. Successes and Failures in Telemedicine 2015. 12-13 November 2015. Brisbane, Australia. [Keynote].
  • Grey J. Aspects of Communication in Telemedicine Consultations Involving Children: a Review of the Literature. Successes and Failures in Telemedicine 2015. 12-13 November 2015. Brisbane, Australia.
  • Hoskin M. Connecting Rural Communities with Specialist Care - The Telehealth Journey for Our Rural GP Practice. Successes and Failures in Telemedicine 2015. 12-13 November 2015. Brisbane, Australia.
  • Lee JA. An Outcomes Oriented Study Identifying Contributions of Geriatric Consultations Via Video Conferencing. Successes and Failures in Telemedicine 2015. 12-13 November 2015. Brisbane, Australia.
  • Lucas K. The Reality of a Dedicated Telehealth Facility: Experiences from the Princess Alexandra Hospital Telehealth Centre. Successes and Failures in Telemedicine 2015. 12-13 November 2015. Brisbane, Australia.

  • Lucas K. Metro South Health – Telehealth. The Health Roundtable Special Roundtable: Hospital in the Home, Improving care of patients with cellulitis. 21 May 2015. Brisbane, Australia.
  • Lucas K. Insights into Telehealth: How, who and why? Australian Association of Stomal Therapy Nurses Queensland Branch Conference. 1 May 2015. Brisbane, Australia.
  • Lucas K. Rundown on Telehealth and Outpatients. Outpatient Operational Forum. 17 March 2015. Brisbane, Australia.
  • Mozer R. Management of pain in patients with cancer via telehealth access to pain specialists. NHMRC CRE in Telehealth Investigators Meeting: presentation series with CRE researchers and RHD students. 3 July 2015. TRI, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane.
  • Martin-Khan M. A Telegeriatric Service in a Small Rural Hospital: a Case Study and Cost Analysis.Successes and Failures in Telemedicine 2015. 12-13 November 2015. Brisbane, Australia.
  • Smith AC. Monitoring Ear Health through a Telemedicine-supported Health Screening Service in Queensland. Successes and Failures in Telemedicine 2015. 12-13 November 2015. Brisbane, Australia.
  • Smith AC. Paediatric and adult telehealth services: practical experience from Queensland.  Royal Far West. 30 October 2015. Manly, NSW. [Invited].
  • Smith AC. Overview of Research Projects in Indigenous Communities. NHMRC CRE in Telehealth Investigators Meeting: presentation series with CRE researchers and RHD students. 3 July 2015. TRI, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane.
  • Smith AC.  COH and CRE Overview – Telehealth developments in Queensland. Department of Internal Medicine, Odense University Hospital, Svendborg Hospital. 10 June 2015. Svendborg, Denmark.
  • Smith AC.  Connecting people to better healthcare: telehealth developments in Queensland. University of Southern Denmark Research Symposium. 9 June 2015. Odense, Denmark. [Keynote].
  • Smith AC.  Adjunct Professor - Introduction and Strategy Meeting. Board of Directors Meeting, Centre for Clinical Health Sciences, University of Southern Denmark. 8 June 2015. Odense, Denmark. 
  • Smith AC.  Establishing and evaluating telehealth applications.  University of Southern Denmark Masters Students Seminar Series. 8 June 2015. Odense, Denmark. 
  • Smith AC.  Putting telehealth under the microscope: what should we be looking for? University of Southern Denmark Research Symposium. 2 June 2015. Odense, Denmark. 
  • Smith AC. A multi-stakeholder strategy for the generation of new telehealth services in rural Queensland. American Telemedicine Association Conference, ATA Annual International Meeting and Trade Show 2015. 2-5 May 2015. Los Angeles, California, USA.
  • Smith AC. Round Table - Meet the Experts Round Table Panel. Strategies to promote telehealth uptake in the health service. Concurrent Paediatric Colloquium. American Telemedicine Association Conference, ATA Annual International Meeting and Trade Show 2015. 2-5 May 2015. Los Angeles, California, USA. 
  • Smith AC. An overview of paediatric telehealth services in Queensland. Seattle Children’s Hospital Grand Rounds. 2 April 2015. Seattle, Washington, USA. 
  • Smith AC. Delivering specialist health services into remote Indigenous communities; and planning research in the field of telemedicine. Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of Washington Medical Centre. 1 April 2015. Seattle, Washington, USA.
  • Smith AC. Telemedicine services for elderly residents in nursing homes. Department of Geriatrics, University of Washington Medical Centre. 1 April 2015. Seattle, Washington, USA.
  • Smith AC. Connecting people to better healthcare: a 15 year telehealth expedition in Queensland.NRTRC 2015 Telemedicine Conference. 31 March 2015. Seattle, Washington, USA. 
  • Smith AC.  Establishing and managing paediatric and adult telehealth services: practical experience from Queensland.  Victorian Department of Health Telehealth Forum. 16 March 2015. Melbourne, Australia.  
  • Taylor O. Paediatric Speech and Language Screening Using Telehealth. Successes and Failures in Telemedicine 2015. 12-13 November 2015. Brisbane, Australia
  • Wickramasinghe S. Clinician Experiences Using Telemedicine to Deliver Healthcare to Aboriginal Patients in Rural Queensland. Successes and Failures in Telemedicine 2015. 12-13 November 2015. Brisbane, Australia.
  • Wickramasinghe S. Establishment and evaluation of a telediabetes service for rural Indigenous communities in Queensland. NHMRC CRE in Telehealth Investigators Meeting: presentation series with CRE researchers and RHD students. 3 July 2015. TRI, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane.

2014

  • Armfield NR. Seven key principles of paediatric consultation by telemedicine. Successes and Failures in Telehealth 2014 (SFT-14). 17-18 November 2014. Adelaide, Australia.
  • Armfield NR. Challenges of establishing a multi-centre randomised controlled trial of telemedicine in a public health care system. Successes and Failures in Telehealth 2014 (SFT-14). 17-18 November 2014. Adelaide, Australia.
  • Armfield NR.  Telemedicine for critically ill children in Queensland.  What’s New in Children and Young People’s Health Care Technology? Australian College of Children and Young People's Nurses.  Queensland Chapter Meeting.  27 March 2014. Brisbane, Australia. 
  • Bird D. An automated diabetes self-management conversational platform: comparison of usage and adoption in Queensland. Successes and Failures in Telehealth 2014 (SFT-14). 17-18 November 2014. Adelaide, Australia.
  • Bradford N. Principles of a paediatric palliative care consultation can be achieved with home telemedicine. Successes and Failures in Telehealth 2014 (SFT-14). 17-18 November 2014. Adelaide, Australia.
  • Bradford N. Telepaediatrics in Queensland: past, present and future. Children’s Health Queensland Connected Care Network. 8 May 2014. RCH, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Bradford N. Telehealth – the poorly used tool in the toolbox?. Australian College of Children and Young People’s Nurses Conference 2014. 20-21 October 2014. Cairns, Australia.
  • Caffery L. Investigation the quality of video consultation performed using fourth generation (4G) mobile telecommunications. Successes and Failures in Telehealth 2014 (SFT-14). 17-18 November 2014. Adelaide, Australia. [Awarded Best Paper].
  • Caffery L. Reforming Australian healthcare: Does telehealth have a role? Annual HIMAA and NCCH National Conference 2014. 7-9 October 2014. Darwin, Australia. [Keynote].
  • Caffery L. The Importance of interoperability for medical imaging. RADaim2014. 25-27 July 2014.Gold Coast, Australia.
  • Caffery L. The application of DICOM in telehealth. RADaim2014. 25-27 July 2014. Gold Coast, Australia
  • Caffery L. Radiological diagnosis on tablet computers. RADaim2014. 25-27 July 2014. Gold Coast, Australia.
  • Edirippulige S. Feasibility study of telehealth services for a residential aged care facility. Successes and Failures in Telehealth 2014 (SFT-14). 17-18 November 2014. Adelaide, Australia.
  • Fatehi F. Clinical applications of videoconferencing: a large-scale scoping review of the literature during 2002-2012. Successes and Failures in Telehealth 2014 (SFT-14). 17-18 November 2014. Adelaide, Australia.
  • Garner, L. A review of paediatric telehealth for pre- and post-operative surgical patients. Successes and Failures in Telehealth 2014 (SFT-14). 17-18 November 2014. Adelaide, Australia.
  • Gray L. NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence (CRE) in Telehealth: what does this mean for telehealth research in Australia? Successes and Failures in Telehealth 2014 (SFT-14). 17-18 November 2014. Adelaide, Australia.
  • Gray L. CRE in Telehealth Workshop (Chair). Successes and Failures in Telehealth 2014 (SFT-14). 17-18 November 2014. Adelaide, Australia.
  • Kho J. The adoption of telemedicine in residential aged care facilities: A practice perspective.Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management. 3-5 December 2014. Sydney, Australia.
  • Kho J. The adoption of telemedicine in a residential aged care facility: a multi-stakeholder perspective. Successes and Failures in Telehealth 2014 (SFT-14). 17-18 November 2014. Adelaide, Australia.
  • Smith AC. Generating new telehealth services using a whole of community approach: experience in regional Queensland. Successes and Failures in Telehealth 2014 (SFT-14). 17-18 November 2014. Adelaide, Australia.
  • Smith AC.  Telemedicine – A challenge for several disciplines.  Invited staff forum - Studenterhusfonden Aarhus University. 3 November 2014. Aarhus, Denmark. [Invited Presentation].
  • Smith AC.  Telemedicine PhD Review - Telerabilitation.  Examination lead.  Academic Review Symposium and PhD Defence. 31 October 2014. Silkeborg, Denmark. [Invited Presentation and Panelist].
  • Smith AC.  “Here’s your appointment… We’ll see you online”.  14 years of telepaediatrics in Queensland.  Dignan-Stephens Oration 2014.  22 October 2014. Keidanren Lecture Theatre, Brisbane, Australia. 
  • Smith AC and Saunders R.  Reflecting on the ‘whole-of-community’ approach to promote and expand telehealth in the Surat Basin: the Health-e-Regions Project.  Rural and Remote Telehealth Conference.  16-17 October 2014. Toowoomba, Australia. 
  • Smith AC and Brown C.  Benefits of a community-based mobile telehealth screening program for people living in rural and remote Indigenous communities.  Rural and Remote Telehealth Conference.  16-17 October 2014. Toowoomba, Australia. 
  • Smith AC.  Establishing a dedicated telehealth facility: experiences from Metro South Health.  Rural and Remote Telehealth Conference.  16-17 October 2014. Toowoomba, Australia. 
  • Smith AC.  1. An overview of Telepaediatrics in Queensland and 2. An introduction to the CRE in Telehealth.  Rural and Remote Telehealth Conference.  16-17 October 2014. Toowoomba, Australia.
  • Smith AC. CRE Theme overview: Telehealth in small rural hospitals and Indigenous communities. Inaurgural CRE Seminar Series. 7 March 2014. Brisbane, Australia.
  • Smith AC.  The implementation and evaluation of a mobile, Indigenous telehealth screening service. ASOHNS ASM 2014 – Modern Approaches to ENT:  Indigenous Ear Health Satellite Meeting.  27 March 2014. Brisbane, Australia.
  • Smith AC.  The value of telemedicine in Indigenous communities.  What’s New in Children and Young People’s Health Care Technology? Australian College of Children and Young People's Nurses.  Queensland Chapter Meeting.  27 March 2014.Brisbane, Australia.  
  • Smith AC. Telemedicine successes in Queensland: improving access to specialist services – closer to home.  What’s New in Children and Young People’s Health Care Technology? Australian College of Children and Young People's Nurses.  Queensland Chapter Meeting.  27 March 2014. Brisbane, Australia.  
  • Smith AC.  Reengineering Health Service Models: The Value Of Telemedicine For People Living In Indigenous Communities.  American Telemedicine Association Conference, ATA Annual International Meeting and Trade Show 2014. 18-20 May 2014. Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
  • Smith AC.  Round Table - Meet the Experts: Telepaediatrics.  Service Management, Business Processes, Evaluation and Models of Care.  Concurrent Paediatric Colloquium.  American Telemedicine Association Conference, ATA Annual International Meeting and Trade Show 2014. 18-20 May 2014. Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
  • Smith AC.  An update on Telepaediatric Services in Queensland.  Paediatric Meeting, University of California, Davis.  22 May 2014. Sacramento, California, USA.
  • Smith AC.  The Centre for Online Health; the Queensland Telepaediatric Service; the PAH Telehealth Service; and key factors associated with successful telehealth implementation.  Interview with Parliamentary Committee Health and Community Services Committee – Inquiry into telehealth in public sector health services in Queensland.  4 August, 2014. Parliament House, Brisbane, Australia. 
  • Taylor O. A review of the efficacy and effectiveness of using telehealth for paediatric speech and language assessment. Successes and Failures in Telehealth 2014 (SFT-14). 17-18 November 2014. Adelaide, Australia.

2013

  • Armfield NR. Supporting regionalised perinatal care by telemedicine - acute care consultation, ward rounds and clinical education outreach. 18th ISFTeH International Conference. October 2013. Takamatsu, Japan.

  • Armfield NR. Using telemedicine to improve access to specialist care: Experiences from Queensland, Australia. 35th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC13). July 2013. Osaka, Japan. [Invited]
  • Bradford, N. Palliative Care by Video Consultations at Home: A Cost Effective Approach to Care.Successes and Failures in Telehealth 2013 (SFT-13). November 2013. Brisbane, Australia.

  • Bradford N. Telehealth in the paediatric cancer palliative care setting. QLD Cancer Council Education evening: “End of life care”, 17 September 2013. Brisbane, Australia.
  • Bradford N, Young Y, Armfield N, Herbert A and Smith A. Palliative care and telehealth: what is stopping us? 12th Australian Palliative Care Conference, 3-6 September 2013. Canberra, Australia.
  • Bradford N and Pedersen L. The development of a paediatric palliative care service. 25th Quadrennial International Nurses Congress, 21 May 2013. Melbourne, Australia.
  • Bradford N and Young Y. The potential of mobile technology to support community based nursing. 25thQuadrennial International Nurses Congress, 20 May 2013. Melbourne, Australia.
  • Bradford N and Herbert A. Neurodegenerative case studies. 12th Annual Palliative Care Research Conference. April 2013. RBWH Brisbane, Australia.
  • Caffery, L. Telehealth: A Framework of Competencies for the Informatics Workforce. Successes and Failures in Telehealth 2013 (SFT-13).  November 2013. Brisbane, Australia.

  • Edirippulige, S. Investigating the Educational and Training Needs of Australian General Practitioners (GPs) In Telehealth: A Qualitative Study. Successes and Failures in Telehealth 2013 (SFT-13).  November 2013. Brisbane, Australia.

  • Martin-Kahn, M. A Break-Even Analysis of Delivering a Memory Clinic by Videoconferencing. Successes and Failures in Telehealth 2013 (SFT-13).  November 2013. Brisbane, Australia.

  • Peel, N. Internet Use and Seeking Pregnancy Related Information by Iranian Women. Successes and Failures in Telehealth 2013 (SFT-13).  November 2013. Brisbane, Australia.

  • Sanoni, P. The Effect of Health System Policies on the Establishment and Sustainability of Clinical Telemedicine Services is Queensland. Successes and Failures in Telehealth 2013 (SFT-13).  November 2013. Brisbane, Australia.

  • Smith, AC [Invited]. An introduction to the PA Telehealth Centre; and overview of telehealth services in Queensland – paediatric, adult and geriatric support for regional and remote hospitals. Medicare Local Greater Metro South Brisbane Telehealth Workshop, April 2013. Brisbane, Australia.
  • Smith, AC [Invited panellist]. Telehealth design and principles for Indigenous communities (Indigenous ear health workshop – making a difference). The Australian Society of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery Annual Scientific Meeting, March 2013. Perth, Australia, via videoconference.
  • Smith, AC [Invited]. Delivering Specialist Healthcare to Remote Communities: Telehealth Developments in Queensland. Australian e-Health Research Colloquium, March 2013. Brisbane, Australia.
  • Smith AC. Retrospective Review of Medicare Reimbursement for Telehealth in Australia.  American Telemedicine Association Conference. ATA Annual International Meeting and Trade Show 2013.  5-8 May 2013. Austin, Texas, USA.
  • Smith AC and Saunders R.  Health-e-Regions: Introducing Telehealth Services through a Whole of Community Approach. Geriatric Medicine Seminar Series, 10 September 2013. Brisbane, Australia. [Invited]
  • Smith AC.  PAH Telehealth Update.  Princess Alexandra Hospital Clinical Senate Meeting.  6 November 2013. PAH, Brisbane, Australia. 

  • Smith AC.  Introducing specialist telehealth services in residential aged care facilities.  Better Practice 2013, Aged Care Standards and Accreditation Agency.  8 November 2013. Brisbane, Australia. [Invited].

  • Smith AC. Changes in paediatric hospital ENT service utilisation following the implementation of a mobile, indigenous health screening service.  Successes and Failures in Telehealth 2013 (SFT-13).  11-12 November 2013. Brisbane, Australia. 

2011

  • Armfield, NR. Remote assessment and management of ill infants by telemedicine - a novel approach to supporting the care of a vulnerable patient group. Healthcare Improvement Symposium. Queensland Health, Brisbane. August 2011.
  • Armfield NR. Telehealth: An overview of requirements and an appraisal of the technology options. 19th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australasian Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine (AFRM)/2011 Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australia and New Zealand Spinal Cord Society (ANZSCoS). Brisbane, Australia. September 2011.
  • Armfield NR, Smith AC. Telemedicine in the NICU and PICU - Experiences from Queensland. ANZICS / ACCCN Intensive Care ASM 2011. Brisbane, Australia. October 2011.
  • Armfield NR. Is the use of Skype to deliver clinical telehealth services supported by evidence?International conference on successes and failures in telehealth (SFT-11). Brisbane, Australia. December 2011
  • Armfield NR. Feasibility and efficacy of medication checks by Internet-based videoconferencing.International conference on successes and failures in telehealth (SFT-11). Brisbane, Australia. December 2011.
  • Armfield NR. A retrospective review of Medicare expenditure in Australia for psychiatric consultations delivered in person and via videoconference. International conference on successes and failures in telehealth (SFT-11). Brisbane, Australia. December 2011.
  • Bird D. Effectiveness of an automated telephone system in promoting dietary change in adults with type 2 diabetes. International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity. Melbourne, Australia. June 2011.
  • Bird D. AUS TLC DM: an automated telephone system supporting type 2 diabetes self-management.Australian Diabetes Society Annual Scientific meeting. Perth, Australia. September 2011.
  • Bird D. AUS TLC DM: an automated telephone system supporting type 2 diabetes self-management.International conference on successes and failures in telehealth (SFT-11). Brisbane, Australia. December 2011.
  • Bradford N. Cancer and beyond: the development of a state-wide paediatric palliative care service.Palliative care Australia national conference. Cairns, Australia. August 2011.
  • Bradford N. Using videoconferencing to support discharge: A paediatric oncology service innovation.Queensland Health Healthcare Improvement Symposium. Brisbane, Australia. August 2011.
  • Bradford N. Evaluation of a home telehealth service for children with life limiting illnesses. QCMRI Student Expo. Brisbane, Australia. August 2011.
  • Bradford N. Palliative Care Afterhours, who calls and why: A retrospective review of an afterhours phone service. ANZCHOG (Australian and New Zealand Children’s Haematology Oncology) Annual scientific Meeting/SIOP 43rd Meeting. Auckland, New Zealand. October 2011.
  • Bradford N. Utilisation of a home telehealth service for pediatric palliative care. International conference on successes and failures in telehealth (SFT-11). Brisbane, Australia. December 2011.
  • Bradford N. Feasibility and efficacy of medication checks by Internet-based videoconferencing.International conference on successes and failures in telehealth (SFT-11). Brisbane Australia. December 2011.
  • Bradford N, Pedersen l, Herbert A, Irving H: Palliative Care Afterhours, who calls and why: A retrospective review of an afterhours phone service. SIOP 43rd Meeting. Auckland, New Zealand. 26-30 October 2011. [Poster]
  • Bradford N, Edwards R, McIntyre D, O’Grady B. The education opportunities discovered during the implementation of a new treatment protocol. SIOP 43rd Meeting. Auckland, New Zealand. 26-30 October 2011. [Poster]
  • Bradford N, Hastings Y, Lockwood L, Young J, Ward R. Understanding Parents and adolescents’ perceptions of a research clinical trial and the informed consent/assent process in the paediatric oncology setting. SIOP 43rd Meeting. Auckland, New Zealand. 26-30 October 2011.
  • Gray L. Consulting at a Distance in Aged Care. Australian College of Rehabilitation Medicine Annual Scientific Meeting. Brisbane, Queensland. September 2011.
  • Gray L. Consulting at a Distance in Aged Care. Baycrest Centre for Education and Knowledge Exchange in Aging – Visiting Professor Lecture Series. Toronto, Canada. November 2011.
  • Gray L. How can aging societies improve quality of care for the elderly? interRAI RBC Global Summit - Aging, Health and Well-Being-Personal, Government and Business Partnerships. Toronto, Canada. November 2011.
  • Gray, L. Telehealth for Specialist Aged Care Services. ACI Orthogeriatrics Symposium 2011. Concord, New South Wales. November 2011.
  • Gray L. Telehealth Opportunities in Australia. International conference on successes and failures in telehealth (SFT-11). Brisbane, Queensland. December 2011.
  • Gray L. The use if RAI in Geriatric Acute care settings. Needs Assessment of the Aged and Disabled: An International Experience. University of the Mediterranean, Marseille, France. 2011.
  • Smith AC. Telepaediatrics: Virtual Ward Rounds and Remote Critical Care (The Virtual PICU). 6th World Congress on Pediatric Critical Care. Sydney, Australia. 17 March 2011.
  • Smith AC. Telepaediatrics: Establishing New Models of Care for Specialist Paediatric Health Services in Queensland. 6th World Congress on Pediatric Critical Care. Sydney, Australia. 17 March 2011.
  • Smith AC. Telepaediatrics: The Ten Year Journey from Pilot Project to Mainstream Health Service in Queensland. 3rd Annual National Telemedicine Summit. Sydney, Australia. 21-22 March 2011.
  • Smith AC. Emerging health applications and mobile delivery. CeBIT - eHealth Conference. Sydney, Australia. 1 June 2011.
  • Smith AC, Armfield NR. Telemedicine in the NICU and PICU - Experiences from Queensland. ANZICS / ACCCN Intensive Care ASM 2011. Brisbane, Australia. October 2011.
  • Smith AC. The role of telemedicine in the context of new models of care for children and families: strategies which have led to the development of a safe and effective telepaediatric service in Queensland. Joint Conference of the Society For Paediatric Anaesthetists in New Zealand and Australia (SPANZA) and the Australian and New Zealand Association of Paediatric Surgeons (ANZAPS). 'Safe Practice in the Age of Technology'. Coolum, Australia. 20-23 October 2011.
  • Smith AC. Specialist paediatric health services for patients in remote areas: the role of telemedicine in Australia. 5th Asia Telemedicine Symposium, Kyushu Hospital University, Fukuoka, Japan. 16-17 December 2011.
  • Smith AC. A retrospective review of Medicare expenditure in Australia for psychiatric consultations delivered in person and via videoconference. International conference on successes and failures in telehealth (SFT-11). December 2011. Brisbane, Australia.

2010

  • Armfield NR, Donovan T. Telemedicine for neonatal teleconsultation: feasibility and efficacy. 16th Annual Neonatal Seminar. Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, February 2010
  • Armfield NR, Donovan T, Smith A C. Neonatal consultation at a distance – a case series. Perinatal Society of Australia and New Zealand 14th Annual Congress. Wellington, New Zealand, March 2010 [Poster]
  • Armfield NR.  Neonatal telemedicine applications – experience in Queensland. APAN Conference(Remote Medicine Session). Hanoi, Vietnam. 11 August 2010 [via videoconference]
  • Armfield NR, Donavan T and Smith AC.  Clinician’s perspectives of telemedicine for remote neonatal consultations. Global Telehealth 2010. Perth, Australia. 10-12 November 2010
  • Bird D. Implementation trial of an automated telephone system targeting diabetes self-management.11th International Congress of Behavioural Medicine, Washington DC, USA. 4- 7 August 2010
  • Bird D. A Randomised Controlled Trial of an Automated Telephone System Targeting Diabetes Self – Management. The Australian Disease Management Association Conference, Melbourne, 19-20 August 2010
  • Bradford N.  Telemedicine for paediatric oncology patients: An overview of past and current projects. Queensland Health Cancer Care Conference - Advancing Key Initiatives in Cancer care.  Brisbane. 28 May 2010
  • Bradford N. Symptom management and support with home based video-conferencing: palliative care delivery in regional and remote areas. Australia New Zealand Children’s Hematology Oncology Group Annual Scientific Meeting. Sydney. 2 September 2010
  • Bradford N, Herbert A, Walker R, Pedersen L, Hallahan A, Irving H, Bensink ME, Armfield NR and Smith AC.  Home telemedicine for paediatric palliative care. Global Telehealth 2010 Perth, Australia. 10-12 November 2010
  • Caffry L and Smith AC.  A literature review of email-based telemedicine.  Global Telehealth 2010 Perth, Western Australia. 10-12 November 2010
  • Caffery L & Smith AC.  A transmission security framework for email-based telemedicine.  Global Telehealth 2010 Perth, Western Australia. 10-12 November 2010
  • Edirippulige S. Educating health professionals in e-Health: 10 years experience at the Centre for Online Health. Norwegian Centre for Integrated Care and Telemedicine.  Tromso, Norway.  4 May 2010
  • Edirippulige S. The benefits of Telemedicine in Developing Countries. 1st South African Conference in Telemedicine. South Africa. 16 - 17 September 2010
  • Irving H, Bensink M, Herbert A, Bradford, N & Pedersen L. Videotelephony: an innovative mode of palliative care service delivery.  Seattle International Pediatric Oncology Meeting, 42nd Annual Congress. Boston, Massachusetts, 21-24 October 2010
  • Maon SN & Edirippulige S. An overview of the national telehealth initiative in Malaysia.  Global Telehealth 2010. Perth, Australia. 10-12 November 2010
  • Smith AC.  Telepaediatrics in Queensland. Victorian District Health Paediatric Advisory Group (Chair: Dr Andrew Lovett), Melbourne. 29 April 2010 [Videoconference]
  • Smith AC. The establishment and development of telepaediatric services in Queensland – experience and practical guidelines. Lessons Learned from Previous Oncology Related Capital Works Symposium – Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing, Canberra, Australia. 14 July 2010
  • Smith AC. Telepaediatrics – Robots and Mobile Clinics in Queensland. APAN Conference (Remote Medicine Session). Hanoi, Vietnam. 11 August 2010 [via videoconference]
  • Smith AC, Armfield NR, White MM, Williams M, Koh G, Hurley T, Mclean S, McCrossin R, Van der Westhuyzen J & Coulthard MG.  Clinical services and professional support: a review of mobile telepaediatric services in Queensland. Global Telehealth 2010. Perth, Australia. 10-12 November 2010
  • Smith AC.  Clinical services and professional support: a review of mobile telepaediatric services in Queensland. Global Telehealth 2010. Perth, Australia. 10-12 November 2010

2009

  • Armfield NR.  Improving continuity of care for transported infants by the use of telemedicine. 13th Annual Congress PSZANZ09, Northern Territory, Australia. 19-22 April 2009
  • Armfield NR.  Neonatal Consultation at a Distance a case series. American Telemedicine Association Mid-Year Meeting - 4th Annual Pediatric Telehealth Colloquium, Palm Springs, California. 23-25 September 2009 [Poster]
  • Armfield NR. Can Telemedicine Reduce the Frequency of Unnecessary Neonatal Transport? - A Case Series. International Conference on Successes and Failures in Telehealth, Brisbane. 10-11 November 2009
  • Armfield NR, Smith AC and Spitzer P. Humour Sans Frontieres? – Experiences of Clown Doctoring at a Distance by Telemedicine. International Conference on Successes and Failures in Telehealth, Brisbane. 10-11 November 2009 [Poster]
  • Armfield NR, Smith AC, Bensink ME, White MM and Williams M. Extending a Tertiary Paediatric Telemedicine Service Beyond the Centralised Hub and Spoke: Preliminary Investigation of a Centrally Managed Muti-regional Hub Model. International Conference on Successes and Failures in Telehealth, Brisbane. 10-11 November 2009 [Poster]
  • Bensink ME. Delivery of care using Telemedicine: Australian Experience (via videoconference), University of Sri Jayewardenepura – Sri Lanka. 20 March 2009
  • Bensink ME.  Is a Mobile Telehealth Screening Service for School Aged Indigenous Children in Regional Communities Cost Effective? International Conference on Successes and Failures in Telehealth, Brisbane. 10-11 November 2009
  • Bensink ME. Economic Evaluation of Telehealth Follow-up Care for Adult Plastic Surgery Patients in Western Australia: Phase 1 Cost-Minimisation Analysis. International Conference on Successes and Failures in Telehealth, Brisbane. 10-11 November 2009
  • Bird D.  TLC Diabetes: Conversing with an Automated Telephone System to Improve Diabetes Management. International Conference on Successes and Failures in Telehealth, Brisbane. 10-11 November 2009
  • Caffery L. Developing picture archiving and communication systems (PACS) workshop.   Delivering ICT Capabilities within Healthcare Service.  Sydney, Australia. 3-5 February 2009
  • Caffery L.  Radiology Informatics Standards. Combined Scientific Meeting (RANZCR, AIR, FRO and ACPSEM) 2009, Brisbane. 22-25 October 2009
  • Caffery L.  A privacy and security framework for email-based telemedicine. RBWHDMI Research Committee Conference, Brisbane. 18 November 2009
  • Caffery L. A privacy and security framework for email-based telemedicine. International Conference on Successes and Failures in Telehealth, Brisbane. 10-11 November 2009
  • Coulthard M, White M and Smith AC. Extending the Scope of Surgical Tutorials to Medical Students during Remote Placements via Videoconference – Feasibility and Student Satisfaction. International Conference on Successes and Failures in Telehealth, Brisbane. 10-11 November 2009
  • Crowe B.  Use of Teleradiology, PACS and CAD to Obtain Productivity Gains in Radiology Based Large Scale National Screening Programs Including Screening for Colonic Cancer. International Conference on Successes and Failures in Telehealth, Brisbane. 10-11 November 2009
  • Dominique B.  TLC consultations of the future? Australian Diabetes Educators Association’s Qld Branch Conference 2009, Brisbane, 19 - 20 June 2009
  • Edirippulige S. Online Health – an introductory workshop (via videoconference), University of Sri Jayewardenepura – Sri Lanka. 20 March 2009
  • Edirippulige S.  Enhancing student engagement in curriculum: Experience in teaching e-health.Blended Learning Conference, Brisbane. 18 June 2009 [Poster]
  • Edirippulige S.  A Preliminary Study Evaluating the use of Information and Communication (ICT) in General Practice in Sri Lanka. HIC2009 (Health informatics conference),Canberra, 19-21 August 2009 [Poster]
  • Edirippulige S.  Use of ICT in delivering healthcare at a distance: issues and future prospects. Faculty of Nutrition Kobe Gakuin University, Kobe, Japan. 27 November 2009
  • Edirippulige S.  Telehealth for delivering healthcare: Australian experience. School of Informatics Shizuoka Prefectural University, Shizuoka, Japan. 30 November 2009
  • Elliott G and Brown C. Health-eScreen4Kids: Health-e-piccaninny. 6th Statewide Deadly Ears Forum: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Ear Health Network Forum. Are we hear yet? Challenges and solutions for the future.  Brisbane. 26 March 2009
  • Elliott G. A Community-Based Mobile Telehealth Screening Service for Indigenous Children - The Journey So Far… International Conference on Successes and Failures in Telehealth. 10-11 November 2009
  • Gray L. Telegeriatrics: Building an Online Service System for Specialist Aged Care [Keynote].International Conference on Successes and Failures in Telehealth, Brisbane. 10-11 November 2009
  • Gray L.  e-Health and Telegeriatrics. Alzheimer’s Disease Master Class, Sydney. May 2009 [Keynote]
  • Gray L.  Telegeriatrics: Lessons for Dermatology. The Australasian College of Dermatologists Annual Scientific Meeting. Gold Coast, Queensland. 17-20 May 2009 [Keynote]
  • Gray L.  Geriatric Assessment “Online”. A Clinical Decision Support System based on the interRAI Acute Care. 19th IAGG World Congress, Paris. 5-9 July 2009
  • Hailey D. Successes and Challenges in Use of the Internet to Manage Mental Health Conditions.International Conference on Successes and Failures in Telehealth, Brisbane. 10-11 November 2009
  • Maon S.  Web-based Interventions for preventing overweight and obesity: A Review of the Literature.International Conference on Successes and Failures in Telehealth, Brisbane. 10-11 November 2009
  • Marcin J.  The Use of Telemedicine in Paediatric Sexual Abuse Examinations in Rural, Underserved Hospitals: A Comparison of Live Vs. “Store-and-Forward” Modalities. International Conference on Successes and Failures in Telehealth, Brisbane. 10 -11 November 2009 [Keynote]
  • Martin-Khan M.  Identifying depression via video consultation: the challenges. Hammond Care International Conference on Depression, Sydney Conference and Exhibition Centre Darling Harbour. 14-15 May 2009 [Invited]
  • Martin-Khan M.  Identifying Depression in older adults via video consultation. Princess Alexandra Hospital Week 2009, Brisbane. 17-21 August 2009 [Poster]
  • Martin-Khan M. Identifying Depression in older adults via video consultation. Annual National Dementia Research Forum, Sydney. 24-25 September 2009 [Poster]
  • Martin-Khan M.  Cognitive assessment in older adults via video consultation: Interim results.International Conference on Successes and Failures in Telehealth, Brisbane. 10-11 November 2009
  • Martin-Khan M.  Differences in diagnosis for cognitive assessment following an in-person physical examination versus a telegeriatric evaluation. International Conference on Successes and Failures in Telehealth, Brisbane. 10-11 November 2009 [Poster]
  • Marasinghe RB.  Development of a Low-cost Mobile-ICT Platform to Deliver Psychotherapy to Prevent Suicide. International Conference on Successes and Failures in Telehealth, Brisbane. 10-11 November 2009
  • Melaka A, Armfield NR, Bensink ME and Smith AC. Taking wonder to the bedside: the development of a wireless entertainment, communication and education system for a tertiary paediatric hospital. International Conference on Successes and Failures in Telehealth, Brisbane. 10-11 November 2009 [Poster]
  • Smith AC. Telepaediatrics: a sustainable healthcare service model for children and young people.Delivering ICT Capabilities within Healthcare Services. Sydney, Australia. 3-5 February 2009
  • Smith AC. Telepaediatrics in Queensland - an overview of experience and lessons learnt. Queensland Pharmacy Directors Conference. Brisbane, Queensland. 27 February 2009 [Invited]
  • Smith AC. Telepaediatrics in Queensland / Remote Medicine. Asia Pacific Advanced Networking (APAN) Conference. Taiwan. 4 March 2009 [Videoconference]
  • Smith AC. Ten Years of Telepaediatrics: Supporting Children in the Australian Outback.  American Telemedicine Association Mid-Year Meeting - 4th Annual Pediatric Telehealth Colloquium, Palm Springs, California. 23-25 September 2009
  • Smith AC.  The delivery of specialist health services for remote communities – the role of telepaediatrics in Queensland. APEC Workshop for Innovation in Telecare. Chinese Taipei. 14 October 2009 [Keynote]
  • Smith AC.  Ten years of telepaediatrics – lessons learnt in Queensland. Geriatrics beyond the Boundaries 2009: e-Health and Technology in Aged Care Conference. Brisbane. 9 October 2009
  • Smith AC. Telepaediatric Services Delivered at the Bedside – a Review of Experience in Queensland.International Conference on Successes and Failures in Telehealth, Brisbane 10-11 November 2009 [Keynote]
  • Smith AC.  A case study of telepaediatrics in Queensland – from concept to routine service.Engineering and Physical Sciences in Medicine & The Australian Biomedical Engineering College Conference. Canberra, Australia. 12 November 2009 [Keynote]

2008

  • Armfield NR, Bensink M, Donovan T, Wootton R. NEMO: A System for Neonatal Teleconsultation. 12thAnnual Congress - Perinatal Society of Australian & New Zealand. Gold Coast, Australia. 20-23 April 2008
  • Beller E, Byrne G, Edwards H, Flicker L, Gray L, Loh PK, Martin-Khan M, Varghese P, and Wootton R. Diagnostic agreement of dementia diagnosis via video consultation. Asia Pacific Geriatric Conference 2008. Bali, Indonesia. 13 – 16 November 2008
  • Bensink M. Cost-effectiveness analysis in paediatric oncology home videotelephone support. e-Health and Telemedicine (eHT) Workshop. Perth Western Australia. November 27-28 2008Bird, D, Oldenburg, B, Wootton, R, and Friedman, R. Development and evaluation of an automated telephone system for diabetes self-management. Society of Behavioural Medicine Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions. San Diego, USA. 26-29 March 2008
  • Caffery L. PACS administration and education. The Standards: HL7, DICOM and IHE, We need a new PACS: The next generation. Conference: RADAIM. Gold Coast, Australia. 25-27th July 2008
  • Caffery L. Email-based store-and-forward telemedicine.  e-Health and Telemedicine Workshop. Perth, 27-28th November 2008
  • Courtney M, Oldenburg B, Bird D, Wootton R, and Friedman, R. Using telehealth to improve diabetes self-management and service delivery: an overview of an automated interactive telephone system. The Fourth Pan-Pacific Nursing Conference & The Sixth Hong Kong Nursing Symposium on Cancer Care. Hong Kong. 13-15 November 2008
  • Gray, L. (2008). Geriatric rounds by mobile videoconference. Annual Scientific Meeting of the ANZSGM, Melbourne, Australia, Internal Medicine. 8-10 September 2008
  • Irving H, Bensink M. Innovations in care: using Home Telehealth to support paediatric palliative care delivery in Queensland. Children’s Hospice International World Congress. San Francisco USA. November 16-19 2008 (via audio recording)
  • Martin-Khan M., Flicker L, Wootton R, Loh PK, Edwards H, Byrne G, Varghese P, Beller E, and Gray L. Assessing cognitive function via tele-consultation [Invited presentation]. 7th Biennial International Dementia Conference, Sydney, Australia. 16-17 June 2008
  • Martin-Khan M, Varghese P, Wootton R, and Gray L. Differences in diagnosis for cognitive assessment following an in-person physical examination versus a telegeriatric evaluation. Princess Alexandra Hospital Week. Woolloongabba, Queensland. 4-8 August 2008
  • Martin-Khan M, Varghese P, Wootton R, and Gray L. Differences in diagnosis for cognitive assessment following an in-person physical examination versus a telegeriatric evaluation. National Dementia Research Forum. Sydney, Australia. 17 – 18 September 2008
  • Martin-Khan M, Varghese P, Wootton R, Gray L. Research project to clinical service: the challenges of establishing a telegeriatric memory service. Emerging Researchers in Ageing. Freemantle, Western Australia. 17 November 2008
  • Martin-Khan M, Flicker L, Wootton R, Loh PK, Edwards H, Byrne G, Varghese P, Beller E, and Gray L. Multicentre Pilot for assessing the diagnostic accuracy of cognitive assessment via video consultation. Australian Association of Gerontology Conference. Freemantle, Western Australia. 18-21 November 2008
  • Oldenburg B, Bird D, Russell A, and Harris V. TLC Diabetes: An automated telephone system to support daily diabetes management. Using telehealth to improve diabetes self-management and service delivery: an overview of an automated interactive telephone system. Chronic disease self-management Congress. Melbourne, VIC. 26-28 November 2008
  • Smith AC. An overview of the development and evaluation of telepaediatrics in Queensland. Brunel University MSc. Lecture Series. Brunel, UK. 11 February 2008 (via videoconference)
  • Smith AC. Telepaediatrics in Queensland. Queensland Health Statewide Telehealth Symposium. Brisbane. 22 April 2008 (via videoconference)
  • Smith AC. The future of paediatrics and child health – making a difference [Invited panel presentation]. 10th International Paediatric and Child Health Nursing Conference. Darwin, Northern Territory. 30 April 2008
  • Smith AC. Improving access to specialist services: the role of telemedicine in paediatrics and child health [Keynote presentation]. 10th International Paediatric and Child Health Nursing Conference. Darwin, Northern Territory. 30 April 2008
  • Smith AC. Telepaediatrics workshop. eHealth and Telemedicine Workshop, University of Western Australia. 27-28 November 2008
  • Stillman J. Improving Access with a Telepaediatric Diabetic Eye Screening Program for young people with Diabetes in Queensland. 10th International Paediatric and Child Health Nursing Conference. Darwin, Northern Territory. 30 April 2008
  • Stillman J. The Role of Telepaediatrics in the Care of Young People with Diabetes in Queensland. 2nd Child and Youth Health Forum 2008 - Growing up with Diabetes from Infancy to Young Adult. Toowoomba, Queensland. 24 October 2008
  • Oldenburg B, Bird D, Russell A, and Harris V. TLC Diabetes: An automated telephone system to support daily diabetes management. Using telehealth to improve diabetes self-management and service delivery: an overview of an automated interactive telephone system. Chronic disease self-management Congress. Melbourne, VIC. 26-28 November 2008

     

    Smith AC. An overview of the development and evaluation of telepaediatrics in Queensland. Brunel UniversityMSc. Lecture Series. Brunel, UK. 11 February 2008 (via videoconference)

     

    Smith AC. Telepaediatrics in Queensland. Queensland Health Statewide Telehealth Symposium. Brisbane. 22 April 2008 (via videoconference)

     

    Smith AC. The future of paediatrics and child health – making a difference [Invited panel presentation]. 10th International Paediatric and Child Health Nursing Conference. Darwin, Northern Territory. 30 April 2008

     

    Smith AC. Improving access to specialist services: the role of telemedicine in paediatrics and child health [Keynote presentation]. 10th International Paediatric and Child Health Nursing Conference. Darwin, Northern Territory. 30 April 2008

     

    Smith AC. Telepaediatrics workshop. eHealth and Telemedicine Workshop, University of Western Australia. 27-28 November 2008

     

    Stillman J. Improving Access with a Telepaediatric Diabetic Eye Screening Program for young people with Diabetes in Queensland. 10th International Paediatric and Child Health Nursing Conference. Darwin, Northern Territory. 30 April 2008

     

    Stillman J. The Role of Telepaediatrics in the Care of Young People with Diabetes in Queensland. 2nd Child and Youth Health Forum 2008 - Growing up with Diabetes from Infancy to Young Adult. Toowoomba, Queensland. 24 October 2008