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Sydney Health Partners’ Virtual Care Clinical Academic Group (CAG) is conducting a series of seminars in 2022, exploring innovation in virtual health care across services, industry, and government.
The Virtual Care CAG, in collaboration with the University of Sydney’s Digital Health and Informatics Network and the Westmead Applied Research Centre, presents its first industry spotlight:
When: Wednesday, February 9, 3.30-4.30 pm
Keynote speaker: Dr Noel Duncan of Sisu Health. Dr Duncan will speak about the rise in direct-to-consumer virtual care. Building on more than 3.9 million successful healthcare screenings performed in retail settings, Sisu’s health check stations and integrated dashboards are now linking directly to GP practices for point of service prescribing.
Noel holds a PhD in Muscle and Exercise Physiology from The University of Melbourne and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Penn State University (USA). Motivated by lifestyle behaviour change and health innovation, Noel founded SiSU Health in 2014. Prior to SiSU, Noel co-founded Fitness2live, establishing AUS, UK and USA operations before it was acquired by McKesson.
Noel’s extensive senior leadership experience also includes roles as the head of fitness & nutrition at leading AUS sporting organisations including the Collingwood and Richmond AFL teams.
About our Clinical Academic Group (CAG)
The Virtual Care CAG is a research translation capacity building and networking initiative of Sydney Health Partners. Chaired by Professors Tim Shaw and Clara Chow, it identifies priority implementation research questions in virtual care, to address the research gaps and support the expansion of evidence-based virtual care across SHP acute and chronic disease services.

For more information about Sydney Health Partners and its CAGs go to https://sydneyhealthpartners.org.au/collaborative-networks/

For further information about the seminar or the Virtual Care CAG contact: Emma Charlston | Project Manager – Digital Health
The University of Sydney,  Faculty of Medicine and Health,
Westmead Applied Research Centre