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Showcase and recognition

The annual AH-TRIP Showcase is designed to showcase and celebrate the translation of research into practice across QLD health services. It also recognises individual’s who undertake systems-based changes to enable or facilitate the implementation of research translation.

Are you interested in holding an AH-TRIP Showcase event? Please refer to the AH-TRIP Showcase Toolkit for more information.

Showcase Event 2019

Winners

Overall Winner The 'My Translation Rules' Award

The winner(s) will be chosen by the judging panel based on the highest scoring entry across all judging categories.

Sponsors: Allied Health Professions’ Office of Queensland (AHPOQ), Menzies Health Institute – Griffith University, Dietitian Connection

Allied Health Professions’ Office of Queensland (AHPOQ)Menzies Health InstituteDietitian Connection

Recipients

Lucy Griffin and Jordan Langford, Central West Hospital and Health Service (Longreach)

"Digesting the TRIP Process: Implementation of a multidisciplinary paediatric feeding service in remote Queensland."

Chloe Jobber, Mater Hospital

"Implementing a best practice weight management model of care."

Enabling Implementation Award

Open to Allied Health managers, team leaders or other senior staff who undertake systems-based changes to enable or facilitate the implementation of research translation.

This award is focused on the establishment and facilitation of strategic processes that enable implementation rather than the results of the implementation itself.

Sponsor: Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (RBWH) Foundation

RBWH Foundation

Recipients

Perry Judd, Mark Cruickshank, Adrienne Pozzi, Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital (RBWH)

Partnerships Award

To recognise projects that have established or strengthened multi-site or external partnerships or collaborations with other allied health departments, disciplines, health services, institutes or industry.

Sponsor: Translational Research Institute (TRI) Australia

Translational Research Institute (TRI) Australia

Recipients

Erin Kelly, Maeve O’Neill, Anna O’Gorman, Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH)

“Improving services for patients with Disorders of Consciousness (DOC): Implementation of family & staff education packages in a Neurosciences Unit.”

New Presenter Award

The overall presentation of the principal entrant is judged, not the project.

This award is to recognise novice staff for their first presentation in a research forum.

Criteria will include clarity of presentation and slides, delivery of presentation and keeping to time.

Sponsor: Mater Foundation

Mater Foundation

Recipients

Hannah Rigby and Donna Fingland, The Prince Charles Hospital (TPCH)

“Evaluation of the effectiveness of supplements as medicine (SAM) in a geriatric population.”

Lessons Learnt Award

We all make mistakes! Let everyone learn from you, and you could win a prize!

This award is to recognise those projects that didn’t go exactly to plan but created valuable learning opportunities.

Sponsor: Allied Health Professions’ Office of Queensland (AHPOQ)

Allied Health Professions’ Office of Queensland (AHPOQ)

Recipients

Clare Cutmore, Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital (RBWH)

“Improving teamwork to improve the care of patients admitted due to medically unstable eating disorders.”

FEEDS Champion

This award recognises the project that uses, promotes and/or contributes to the FEEDS (Framework for Effective & Efficient Dietetic Services) initiative.

Sponsors: Queensland Health Nutrition and Dietetic Leaders Coalition (QHNDLC), Dietitian Nutritionist Strategic Coalition (DNSC)

Queensland Health Nutrition and Dietetic Leaders Coalition (QHNDLC

Recipients

Angela Matson, The Prince Charles Hospital (TPCH)

“Colorectal cancer (CRC) screening in adults with cystic fibrosis a CF bowel preparation to assist effective screening.”

People’s Choice

This will be selected as the submission(s) with the highest number of votes from the online audience voting - maximum of one vote per audience member. There are no judging criteria as this award is based on the popular vote only.

Sponsors: Allied Health Professions’ Office of Queensland (AHPOQ), Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA)

Allied Health Professions’ Office of Queensland (AHPOQ) Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA)

Recipients

Lucy Griffin and Jordan Langford, Central West Hospital and Health Service (Longreach)

Digesting the TRIP Process: Implementation of a multidisciplinary paediatric feeding service in remote Queensland.”


Hannah Rigby and Donna Fingland, The Prince Charles Hospital (TPCH)

“Evaluation of the effectiveness of supplements as medicine (SAM) in a geriatric population.”

2019 Photo Gallery

Showcase Event 2018

Winners

Overall Winner The ‘My Translation Rules’ Award

The winner(s) will be chosen by the judging panel based on the highest scoring entry across all judging categories.

Sponsors: The Australian Centre for Health Services Innovation (AusHSI), Dietitian Connection, Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA)

The Australian Centre for Health Services Innovation (AusHSI) Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA)

Recipients

Kai Elmas, The Prince Charles Hospital (TPCH)

“The feasibility assessment and implementation of an easy chew diet in a tertiary facility.”

Samantha Robertson, Sunshine Coast University Hospital (SCUH)

“Implementation of nutrition screening and optimising nutrition management in acute stroke.”

Enabling Implementation Award

Open to Allied Health managers, team leaders or other senior staff who undertake systems-based changes to enable or facilitate the implementation of research translation.

This award is focused on the establishment and facilitation of strategic processes that enable implementation rather than the results of the implementation itself.

Sponsor: Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) Foundation, Great Creates

The Princess Alexandra Hospital Great Creates

Recipients

Marnie Seabrook, Logan Hospital

Partnerships Award

To recognise projects that have established or strengthened multi-site or external partnerships or collaborations with other allied health departments, disciplines, health services, institutes or industry.

Sponsor: Translational Research Institute (TRI) Australia

Translational Research Institute (TRI) Australia

Recipients

Nicci Muggeridge, The Prince Charles Hospital (TPCH)

“Engaging patients and staff to determine facilitators and barriers to dining room attendance in a rehabilitation ward.”

New Presenter Award

The overall presentation of the principal entrant is judged, not the project.

This award is to recognise novice staff for their first presentation in a research forum.

Criteria will include clarity of presentation and slides, delivery of presentation and keeping to time.

Sponsor: Dietitian Connection

Dietitian Connection

Recipients

Hilary Powlesland, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (RBWH)

“Effectiveness of group education to reduce sodium intake in patients with chronic kidney disease.”

Lessons Learnt Award

We all make mistakes! Let everyone learn from you, and you could win a prize!

This award is to recognise those projects that didn’t go exactly to plan but created valuable learning opportunities.

Sponsor: Allied Health Professions’ Office of Queensland (AHPOQ)

Allied Health Professions’ Office of Queensland (AHPOQ)

Recipients

Danielle Brewer, Toowoomba Hospital

“Review of enteral feeding practices in an acute stroke unit.”

People’s Choice

This will be selected as the submission(s) with the highest number of votes from the online audience voting - maximum of one vote per audience member. There are no judging criteria as this award is based on the popular vote only.

Sponsors: Queensland Health Nutrition and Dietetic Leaders Coalition (QHNDLC), Dietitian Nutritionist Strategic Coalition (DNSC)

Queensland Health Nutrition and Dietetic Leaders Coalition (QHNDLC

Recipients

Tayla Robertson, Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH)

“Early oral feeding after colorectal surgery: a mixed methods study of knowledge translation.”

2018 Photo Gallery

Last updated: 25 November 2020

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