Program

The virtual Justice Health Conference 2021 will be hosted over two days from Wednesday 3 to Thursday 4 November 2021. Below is a preliminary program overview and is subject to change at any time. Topics and Keynote Speakers will be added once confirmed.  

  

All plenary sessions will be recorded and made available on demand, therefore if you miss a live session you can catch up at a time that suits you. The virtual Conference Portal will be open to registered delegates for an extended time following the conference dates, to catch up on anything you have missed.

 

All sessions will be hosted in the PHAA Conference Portal. Sessions marked LIVE will be hosted in Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT). All other sessions will be made available on demand.

Program Overview

Wednesday 3 November 2021

  

11:45am - 12:05pm 

Opening Plenary Session LIVE

Welcome to Country

Conference Welcome

Opening Keynote Address: The Hon. Ken Wyatt AM MP (bio)

 

12:15pm - 1:25pm

Plenary Session 2: Over representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in custody LIVE

Keynote presentations followed by live facilitated Q&A

 

1:30pm - 2:00pm 

Virtual Exhibition LIVE

Meet with our exhibitors live. At other times, exhibitor profiles can be visited to view brochures, videos and information.

From 1:30pm

Concurrent Session 1

A series of presentations available on demand

  • 1A - Violence and Domestic Violence

  • 1B - Surveillance and Treatment of Prisoners with Hepatitis C (SToP-C)

  • 1C - Research Priorities

  • 1D - Mental Health and Mental Health Services

  • 1E - Evidence, Accountability, Action - Long Oral

 

2:25pm - 3:35pm 

Plenary Session 3: Monitoring and healthcare standards in custody LIVE

  • Keynote Speaker: Associate Professor Penny Abbott (bio)

Keynote presentations followed by live facilitated Q&A

 

3:35pm - 4:05pm 

Networking Session LIVE

Opportunity to meet with fellow delegates through small group interactions 

3:50pm - 4:10pm

Concurrent Speaker Q&A LIVE

Opportunity to connect with abstract presenters for Q&A. 

 

4:20pm - 5:30pm

Plenary Session 4: Improving health, wellbeing, safety and prevention of trans and gender diverse people in the criminal justice system LIVE

  • Panelist: Teddy Cook (bio) 

  • Panelist: Kaz Zinnetti (bio)

  • Panelist: Keith Quayle (bio)

  • Panelist: Brianna Curtis

  • Panelist: Witt Gorrie

Panel discussion followed by live facilitated Q&A

 

Thursday 4 November 2021

   

From 9:00am 

Concurrent Session 2

A series of presentations available on demand

  • 2A - Youth Justice

  • 2B - Evidence, Accountability, Action - Rapid Fire

  • 2C - Alcohol and Other Drugs

  • 2D - COVID-19 and Infectious Diseases

 

11:30am - 14:40pm

Plenary Session 5: System Reform LIVE

  • Keynote Speaker: Dr Mindy Sotiri (bio)

  • Keynote Speaker: Dr Michael Levy AM (bio)

Keynote presentations followed by live facilitated Q&A​​

 

12:45pm - 1:15pm

Virtual Exhibition LIVE

Meet with our exhibitors live. At other times, exhibitor profiles can be visited to view brochures, videos and information.

 

12:45pm - 1:15pm

Networking Session LIVE

Opportunity to meet with fellow delegates through small group interactions

 

1:25pm - 2:35pm

Plenary Session 6: Peer and community involvement in research: methodologies and co-design to support evidence-based action/advocacy LIVE

  • Panel Speaker: Paul Simpson

  • Panel Speaker: John Killick

  • Panel Speaker: Ray Mooney

  • Panel Speaker: Janeeta Dickson

  • Panel Speaker: Russell Manser

  • Panel Speaker: Makayla Reynolds

Keynote presentations followed by live facilitated Q&A​​

 

2:50pm - 3:10pm

Concurrent Speaker Q&A LIVE

Opportunity to connect with abstract presenters for Q&A. 

 

3:20pm - 4:50pm

Closing Plenary: Youth Justice LIVE

  • Keynote Speaker: Emma Davidson (bio)

  • Keynote Speaker: Shane Rattenbury (bio)

  • Panel Speaker: Donald Hansen

  • Panel Speaker: Joanne Ugle

Keynote presentations followed by live facilitated Q&A​​

 

Conference wrap up and close 

  • Terry Slevin, CEO, Public Health Association of Australia

Access to content on demand

   

All presentations from the virtual Justice Health Conference 2021 will be made available to view on-demand until Sunday 6 February 2022. Access to Exhibition, networking and Delegate Hub will no longer be available.