SEMINAR: Collaborative care modelling to provide distance health services
|Collaborative care modelling to provide distance health services : School of Human Sciences Seminar Series
Dr.Yulia Shiikha joined the School of Human Sciences and IRCOHE as a Research Fellow in 2013. Dr Shiikha graduated as a Dentist in 2000, and then pursued her Master’s degree in Orthodontics. She progressed to do a PhD in Physiology/Dentistry. In addition, she has a MBA qualification from Kingston University (UK). Dr. Shiikha’s work focus on rural/remote dental workforce distribution. Her first project with the team was to calculate which Australian communities lacked a dental service within a reasonable travel time/distance. She has published more than 20 papers in last five years.
Dr Chris Orloff is a dental graduate (1989) of Kings College School of Medicine and Dentistry in London. Dr Orloff was accepted into the orthodontic training programme at UWA in 1996, and subsequently gained a Master of Science in Orthodontics. He was also conferred Membership of the Royal Australian College of Dental Surgeons. Dr Orloff worked in various positions as a specialist orthodontist before establishing Class 1 Orthodontics. Class I Orthodontics’ first clinic in Kalgoorlie opened in 1999. Rockingham followed in 2002 and the Class 1 Orthodontics name has grown from there. Dr. Orloff is a PhD student of the School of Human Sciences.
The Collaborative Case Modelling is a system in which several specialists from different clinical disciplines simultaneously consult on an individual patient whose treatment requires input from multiple clinical areas. Currently complex assessment require the patient to have consultations with multiple specialists, necessitating multiple appointments, duplicating travel, time from work or school and significant costs. In this seminar, Dr Shiikha and Dr Orloff will discuss the importance of distance health services. The seminar will show the implementation of a care model into a busy orthodontic practice.
Tele-diagnosis has become a popular method utilised in healthcare. Health informatics has contributed to a high-quality, cost effective and time efficient care for individuals and populations in many countries around the world. Australia, as an example, has one of the healthiest populations but it still has significant inequalities in healthcare. Health information research and publications are a vitally important step in the contribution to the solution of inequalities, through the sharing of experiences, in continuing development of evidence-based health informatics. Dr Shiikha and Dr Orloff will discuss the impact of access to receive or to provide orthodontic care.
Drs Yulia Shiikha and Chris Orloff
Seminar Room 1.81, School of Human Sciences, Anatomy Building
Tue, 23 Oct 2018 13:00
Tue, 23 Oct 2018 14:00
Christine Page <[email protected]>
Thu, 11 Oct 2018 09:11
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