20 December 2016[caption id="attachment_3925" align="alignright" width="300"] Professor Nancy Pachana and Chris Seiboth[/caption] Leaders of Brisbane Diamantina Health Partners Themes outlined their visions for priority health areas at a special Theme event at Old Government House, QUT on 9 November 2016. Professor Nancy Pachana (pictured right with Chronic Disease co-chair Chris Seiboth), Professor Geoff Hill and Professor Nicholas Graves gave an insight into their work, whetting the appetite for those present about the vision and depth of scientific and clinical possibilities that will emerge. BDHP has nine Clinical Themes that reflect the key areas identified as priority healthcare challenges in Queensland as well as bringing together clinicians, researchers and educators from across the partners in a collaborative approach. Addressing the audience, BDHP Chairman Professor David Siddle (pictured above left with BDHP General Manager Areti Gavrilidis) said the nine Themes were pivotal in BDHP's mission of delivering the highest quality healthcare for Queensland and beyond. Each Theme is led by eminent experts in their respective fields and includes several integral components called Streams. The nine Themes and their key leaders include:
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