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Conference: Health and Care Service for New Zealand's Ageing Population - "Planning for and resourcing the delivery of integrated services to meet future need" (Auckland) on 29–30 April 2019


posted by Research Admin 1 on 28 March 2019



Venue: Novotel Ellerslie, Auckland 

Explore the latest demographic projections for our ageing population • Understand the growth of future age-related need and its impact on activity  • Review the resourcing and funding of future health and residential aged care systems • Hear the latest from the Aged Residential Care Funding Model Review • Examine the system transformations required to meet future demand •  Share the experiences of innovative, integrated, whole system approaches to older persons health and care services from across New Zealand and the world • Tackle inequity and eliminate the poor health outcomes of older Māori • Learn how to deliver practical strategies to combat the Giants of Ageing – Dementia, Frailty, Social Isolation

  • KEY SPEAKERS INCLUDE: Denise McGregor, Deputy Government Statistician and DCE Insights and Statistics, Statistics New Zealand  Keriana Brooking, Deputy Director General - Health System Improvement and Innovation Ministry of Health  Professor Ngaire Kerse, Head of School of Population Health and Professor of General Practice and Primary Health Care, University of Auckland  Arnold Stroobach, Director – Australia, Buurtzorg International  Michele McCreadie, General Manager, interRAI Services, TAS  Professor Des Gorman, Ministerial Advisor and Associate Dean, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, University of Auckland  Andrea McLeod, Chairperson, Home and Community Care Association and GM, Strategic Change – Enliven, Presbyterian Support Thérèse Jeffs, Chief Executive,  The CARE Village 

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