Dr Sullivan graduated with Honours from the University of Queensland. She completed a Research Doctorate in Medicine (UK) at The General Infirmary at the University of Leeds. She maintains several national and international collaborations and research interests. She has received several large grants including a prestigious Pfizer CVL fellowship and a Diabetes Australia fellowship.
David Hansen has extensive leadership experience in building innovation based organisations that deliver information and communication technologies to the health and life sciences industries. David has a rare mix of skills and experience, incorporating executive leadership. technical research, product and business development and spanning the private and public sector. David is passionate about the use of information to improve outcomes across the health and life science industry: from biomedical research to the delivery of health services.
Marlien’s research focuses on the design, development, delivery and large scale implementation of e-health care models. Specifically, she has extensive experience in solutions designed to deliver support to the management of conditions such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes to patients, at home. Through involvement and management of numerous research projects, she has studied innovative ways in ambulatory monitoring and self-management strategies to best support individuals living with chronic conditions.
Research Scientist, CSIRO Australian e-Health Research Centre. My current research is focussed on applying Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning techniques to model, analyse, predict, simulate and optimise patient flow through Australian public hospitals. My research interests include Applied Artificial Intelligence, Prediction and Forecasting, Planning and Scheduling, Multi Agent Systems, Distributed Constraint Reasoning, and Decision Making and Learning under Uncertainty.
Elizabeth Manias is a registered nurse and a pharmacist. Her areas of interest include medication safety, medication adherence, communication processes between health professionals, patients and family members, and patient safety and risk management. Her work also involves examining organisational and environmental aspects of patient safety, and consumer participation in care. She employs diverse research methodologies in undertaking research. These methodologies include interventional studies, ethnographic approaches, clinical audits and the validation of risk assessment tools. Elizabeth is very passionate about developing, testing and implementing practices aimed at improving patient safety, and facilitating patient and family engagement in health care. She also enjoys working with clinicians in effort to bring about health care improvements. Elizabeth is a strong advocate of supporting students in their learning to facilitate high quality patient care.
Dr Enrico is a Professor of Medical Informatics and Director, Centre for Health Informatics at Macquarie University. He received a PhD of Philosophy with specialisation in Computer Science from the Universtiy of New South Wales. Prof Enrico's research interests include the application of information and communication technologies (e-Health) to solving health service delivery problems.
Professor Liaw is an internationally recognised general practice and informatics practitioner, educator and researcher. His expertise is in patient-held health records, multidisciplinary care, general practice and integrated care informatics and clinical decision support, focused on diabetes and asthma, quality use of medicines, mental health, and Aboriginal health. His publications on information and business process modelling have improved understanding of asthma and falls prevention.
Trish is a Cisco Chair and Professor of Digital Health Systems at Flinders University. She received a PhD of Medical Information Security from Edith Cowan University. Her interests include security research, information capability management, big data, Health MIC - Management Informatics, medicine, primary care and telehealth.
PhD Candidate in Health Informatics, University of Melbourne. My PhD explores patient-generated data quality management when patients collect these data from connected health tools such as wearables in remote monitoring programs.
Sarah Fisher is regional marketing manager at Nuance healthcare division covering UK, Ireland and APAC. Sarah has 25 years in marketing and sales at companies including Xerox, Siemens and Cisco. A spell at Novartis leading a team to deliver ‘more-than-medicines’ solutions in UK healthcare combined her degree and a first job in Pharmacology research with a passion for the potential of healthcare IT to overcome the many challenges faced by all healthcare systems. In her spare time Sarah leaps fences and tackles tricky trails pursuing her hobbies of horse trials and mountain biking.
With 30 years’ practice working in the Health and Medical Sciences, Susan’s experience has covered basic science and research, clinical tissue therapeutics practice, clinical registries and data systems management, clinical & health services research and professional development. Susan’s interest and passion has evolved to supporting how we use clinical outcomes data for better decision-making in health through the science of epidemiology and informatics.
Dr. Xiongcai (Peter) Cai is a scientist with a general background in AI with expertise in the fields of machine learning, data mining, social network analysis and health informatics. He has been spending the past decade researching and developing models to better understand behaviours and patterns that expand the scope of human possibilities.