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

All presentations are in Darwin time.


10 June (10:30 – 12:30 Darwin time)

Red 6.1.01

Health services

Chair: Prof Daniel Bressington

Webinar registrations:


Red 7 (Mal Nairn Auditorium)

Livelihoods, economic and community development

Chair: A/Prof. Natasha Stacey

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Red 6.1.15

Environmental sciences & society

Chair: Dr Robin Leppitt

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10:30-10:45 Liony Fransisca – Menzies

Impact of a clinic-based “Malaria Corner” on healthcare delivery and recurrent episodes of malaria in Timika, Papua, Indonesia

10:30-10:35 Lucinda Middleton- CEITE

Nutrition Sensitive Aquatic Food Systems: Have Mangroves Been Overlooked for their Potential to Support Gendered Food and Nutrition Security in Indonesia?

10:30-10:45 Mara F. Muller – CEITE

Exploring the effect of ambient temperature on free-ranging activity of granivorous finches inhabiting Australia’s tropical savanna

10:45-11:00 Winnie Chen – Menzies

Clinical decision support systems for chronic diseases – a systematic review of effectiveness, economic, and qualitative outcomes

10:35-10:50 David McKenzie – CHHS

Strengthening the adaptive responses of Australian farmers for reducing the effects of climatic risks

10:45-11:00 Elnaz Saki – CEITE

Synthesis of Australian native plant extracts as a nanoemulsion with antimicrobial and wound healing properties

11:00-11:15 Anvitaa Chadha – CoNM

The cost of reducing preterm birth: A systematic review

10:50-10:55 Alexander Marsden – CIFEA & NI

Small-scale Farmers Adaptations to the Impacts of COVID-19: A systematic literature review

11:00-11:05 Stephen Lee- CEITE

Exploring continental-scale groundwater-related processes using Australia-wide hydrogeochemical data

11:15-11:30 Varunika Ruwanpura – Menzies

What evidence is really needed? Optimising introduction of new global guidelines for P. vivax malaria – stakeholders’ insights

10:55-11:10 Billee McGinley – CEITE

Spatial planning for sustainable utility-scale solar and wind energy in the Northern Territory

11:05-11:20 Vanessa Solano- CEITE

Contribution of stream metabolism to CO2 evasion changes seasonally as a function of landscape connectivity and discharge in a tropical stream

11:30-11:35 Ruth Canty – Menzies

Global mapping study of tobacco retail regulatory schemes

11:10-11:25 Donna Mack – CIFEA & NI

Yolngu Entrepreneurship

11:20-11:35 Linda Luck -CEITE

Reducing 3D model complexity for up-scaled tree volume monitoring

11:35-11:40 Nicole Norman – CoNM

Physical health improvement tool for inpatients of mental health services

11:25-11:30 Clarice Campos – CIFEA & NI

Development of workforce in the forestry industry on Tiwi Island

11:35-11:50 Mujiburrahman Thontowi –CIFEA & NI

Navigating the complexity of a Multi-hazard Early Warning System in Bali

11:40-11:45 Sarah Mills – CoNM

How do personal, socio-political and organisational factors contribute to missed nursing care in acute care hospitals?

11:30-11:35 Anh Nguyen – APCBL

Promoting sustainable food: A longitudinal study of organic milk purchase in Vietnam

11:50-11:55 Mohammad Ridwan Lessy – CIFEA & NI

Small islands Vulnerability and stakeholders’ resilience in Eastern Indonesia

11:45-12:00 Awube Menlah – CoNM

Factors and barriers to post-operative pain management among nurses in selected district hospitals in Ghana

12:00-12:15 Vicki Kerrigan – Menzies

Ask the Specialist: a podcast to inspire better healthcare delivery

12:15-12:20 Jennifer Byrnes 

A Systematic Review on efficacy of Graduated Compression Stockings in Australian Aboriginal People

Q&A – Wraps up at 12:30 pm