*Any changes to the presentation schedule will be updated closer to 8 June*

All presentations are in Darwin time.

Wednesday, 8 June 2022

10:45 AM-12:30 PM

Red 6.1.19

Society and technology (1)

Chair: A/Prof Mamoun Alazab

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Red 6.1.01

First Nations health

Chair: Dr Robyn Williams

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Red 7 (Mal Nairn Auditorium)

Environmental sciences & conservation

Chair: Dr Dylan Irvine

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10-45-11:00 Pradipta Chatterjee – APCBL

Metal Additive Printing: An investigation of the sustainability prospects and challenges

10:45-11:00 Rebecca Smith – Charles Sturt University

Exploring the use of observational methods to evaluate cognitive abilities with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the Northern Territory

10:45-11:00 Rabaka Sultana – CEITE

Life Cycle Environmental and Energy Sustainability Assessment of Timber Wall Construction: A Comprehensive Overview

11:00-11:15 Kiran Sreedhar Ram – CEITE

Characterising Exciton Generation in Bulk-Heterojunction Organic Solar Cells

11:00-11:15 Vongayi Majoni – Menzies

Impact on the wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australian women who relocate for dialysis in the NT

11:00-11:15 Isabel Ely – CEITE

Bioaccumulation of Toxic Metals in the Finniss River Food Web

11:15-11:30 Farida Habib Semantha – CEITE

A Conceptual Framework to Ensure Privacy in Patient Record Management System

11:15-11:20 Christel van den Boogaard – Menzies

Improving maternal and child health outcomes and well-being in remote communities through sustained nurse home-visiting

11:15-11:20 Charles Baah- APCBL

Household water conservation: A systematic quantitative review of contemporary literature and future research directions

11:30-11:45 Irrai Anbu Jayaraj – CEITE

Steganography based cybersecurity against software-defined radio attacks on the Internet of Medical Things

11:20-11:35 Kobi Schutz – Menzies

Improving bronchiectasis education for First Nations populations through a multi-lingual culturally appropriate mobile application (APP)

11:20-11:25 Tegan Dedman – CEITE

How will sea level rise affect food webs of tropical freshwater wetlands?

11:45-11:50 Vanya Bosiocic – CEITE

Unlocking the skies to remote healthcare access in the Northern Territory using Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems

11:35-11:40 Victoria Cox – Menzies

Working towards scabies control in northern Australia: considering the role of mass-drug administration programs

11:25-11:30 François Brassard – RIEL

Savanna ant communities respond more strongly to the long term than the short-term effects of varying fire regimes.

12:00-12:05 Yannan Lu – CEITE

Optimal design of all-in-one energy system for wearable thermoelectric generators combined with supercapacitors

11:30-11:35 Angga Rachmansah – CEITE

Does a conceptual framework for understanding ant responses to disturbance apply to terrestrial reptiles?

    11:35-11:40 Allyson Malpartida – RIEL

Using eDNA metabarcoding approaches to monitor terrestrial invertebrate bioindicators for ecosystem restoration


     Q&A: Wraps up at 12:30

Wednesday, 8 June 2022

1:30-3:30 PM

Red 6.1.19

Health sciences

Chair: Prof Benjamin Tan

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Red 6.1.01

Wellbeing & mental health

Chair: Dr Kim Caudwell

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1:30-1:45 Kate Pussepp – CHHS

Implementing health behavior change interventions: mechanisms of fidelity

1:30-1:45 Josie Povey – Menzies

The Aboriginal and Islander Mental Health Initiative for Youth (AIMhi-Y) App Project: Development and feasibility testing

1:45-2:00 Kian Soon Hoon – Menzies

New software (MinSNPs) and pipeline for resolution optimised SNP set derivation

1:45-2:00 Mohammad Rajib Hasan – APCBL

A Systematic Quantitative Literature Review on Subjective Well-being: Current Knowledge and Future Needs

2:00-2:15 Haiying Wang- CoNM

Chronic pain management in breast cancer survivors: breathing exercise intervention protocol development

2:00-2:15 Jessica Blower – APCBL

Could Leisure Activities and Experiences Enhance HDR Education Success? Exploring Candidates’ Engagement in Recovery Experiences

2:15-2:30 Donelle Cross – CHHS

Effectiveness of supervised Kegel exercises using bio-feedback versus unsupervised Kegel exercises on stress urinary incontinence: A quasi-experimental study

2:15-2:30 Thi Bach Yen Tran – APCBL

Drivers of tobacco consumption and smoking cessation among young smokers: Empirical evidence from Vietnam

2:30-2:35 Amy Bleakley- Menzies

Vitamin D supplementation to promote beneficial immune responses to respiratory pathogens

2:30-2:45 Braden James Dunn – Central Queensland University

The Tern Programme: An Innovative Way for Providing Mental Healthcare to Young People with Histories of Complex Trauma

2:35-2:50 Angelica Tan – Menzies

The detection of zoonotic Plasmodium knowlesi using WHO-evaluated rapid diagnostic tests designed for detection of human malaria

2:45-2:50 Donna Diffley – CoNM

Fostering Suicide Resilience Among Student Nurses

2:50-2:55 Jennifer Riches – CHHS

A Comparison of Two Interventions for CPTSD in a Military Population

2:55-3:00 Kunzang Chophel – CIFEA

Mindfulness as a Transformative Intervention for Building Psychosocial Resilience of People Living With HIV/AIDS in Bhutan

3:00-3:05 Tereza Hlavackova – CIFEA & NI

Revitalisation of Indigenous traditions in food preparation as a means of transmission of cultural and environmental knowledge

Q&A : Wraps up at 3:30