Training & Events

Prognosis over Diagnosis

Date: 31-Jul-2019

Time: 8.30am - 10.30am

Venue: Canberra

Address: Waldorf Hotel, 2 Akuna St, Canberra ACT 2601

Price: Complimentary


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Keynote Speaker:


Steven Kamper:

Principal Research Fellow. School of Public Health, University of Sydney

Career Development Fellow, National Health & Medical Research Council



Jonathan Dean

Work Health & Safety  (WHS) - Australian Federal Police (AFP)


A Recovery Partners Educational Seminar | Australian Capital Territory


Recovery from injury is multifactorial and becomes ever more complicated the longer a person has a given injury or condition. Relying therefore, on the diagnosis to determine factors such as recovery timeframes and treatment success and the overall track of a given condition is largely inaccurate when compared to prognosis mapping.


When considering prognosis, it is critical comorbidities are considered given the negative association it represents to the health and wellbeing of the diagnosed individual. The presence of comorbid diseases may impact a host of factors pertinent to better health including detection accuracy, treatment, functional independence, and mental health to call out a few. Notably, chronic disease and comorbidities are becoming increasingly common throughout Australia with greater than 50% of the population reporting to have a chronic condition.


The esteemed Steven Kamper will be leading our seminar on Prognosis over Diagnosis. Using an evidence based approach, Steven will break down the limitations of focusing on diagnosis as opposed to prognosis in injury management models.



~ Q&A following the speakers

~ Networking opportunities

~ Refreshments and breakfast provided



Key outcomes:

  • The factors contributing to injury recovery times;
  • How to address these factors using a holistic approach;
  • How to minimise the risk from comorbidities; and
  • How to build strategies to limit high claims cost in a no-fault scheme environment.



Facilitated by Paul Molinia, General Manager Rehabilitation - NSW & ACT, Recovery Partners.



** Please note that these seminars are for industry professionals **