Consumers Health Forum Australia has released several media statements sharing their views and evaluation of the health policies tabled by the major political parties for the upcoming federal election. You can access the Consumers Health Forums's full platform for the 2016 Federal election here.
Individual media releases are available below.
The Australian Health Care Reform Alliance has released a media statement calling on all political parties to make health inequality, discrimination and disadvantages experienced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders a Federal election Policy. You can read the full release below
The Community Partnership Program Communique is now available below. It includes information on the DASSA survey results, community networking events, training opportunities and community participation opportunities.
SA health has released their winter demand Strategy for 2016. The plan includes a number of strategies that aim to free up hospital beds and manage the demand during the traditionally busy winter period. The full management plan is attached below.
The Minster for Health Jack Snelling released a statement in relation to the winter management plan/strategy which can be viewed here.
The June edition of the Transforming Health news letter is now available below.
Friday, 2 September 2016
Thursday, 7 July 2016
Come and learn about Wardliparingga and SAHMRI’s research including country guest speakers, tours of the SAMRI building and lunch. See the full flyer below which includes the details of registration.
The Mental Health and Wellbeing of Young People Seminar addresses topical and emerging issues affecting the mental health and wellbeing of young people.
29 July 2016, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Adelaide Town Hall, 128 King William Street, Adelaide
26-28th July, Crowne Plaza, Adelaide
Have you ever tried to get a new guideline or piece of evidence into your everyday practice? Were you surprised by how long it took and how complex it was? What would you have liked to have known before you started out on the journey and what help would you have liked on the way? And how did you know things got better as a result?
Friday 29 July 9:30am to 3pm
Our Introduction to Consumer Advocacy Training session will give you information on the role, challenges and benefits of being a consumer advocate. The sessions are interactive and based on adult-learning principles. Participants receive reference materials and a certificate of attendance. To register and find out more information visit here.