safeYARN: safeTALK for Indigenous Australians

In by Jodie McHarry

safeYARN is in training in suicide alertness. It helps participants recognise a person with thoughts of suicide and connect them with resources who can help them in choosing to live.

safeYARN: safeTALK for Indigenous Australians

In by Jodie McHarry

safeYARN is training in suicide alertness. It helps participants recognise a person with thoughts of suicide and connect them with resources who can help them in choosing to live.

safeYARN: safeTALK for Indigenous Australians

In by Jodie McHarry

safeYARN is training in suicide alertness. It helps participants recognise a person with thoughts of suicide and connect them with resources who can help them in choosing to live. Registration is essential. Please phone or email LivingWorks Australia on telephone 1300 738 382 or email info@livingworks.com.au

New Handbook to reduce the impact of gynaecological cancers in Indigenous women

In Sunshine Coast, Central Queensland, Wide Bay by PHN Communications

A new publication from Cancer Australia will help Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health professionals reduce the impact of gynaecological cancers in their communities by providing women with information and support. Gynaecological Cancers: a Handbook for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers and Health Practitioners promotes risk reduction, cervical …

Healthy Communities Flood Wellbeing

Healthy Communities Flood Wellbeing and Resilience Grants Program CCQ recognises the importance of enhancing both individual and community wellbeing and resilience through collaborative efforts. In 2023, Healthy Communities initiated a community support program to aid ongoing and future flood-affected areas in Gympie, Noosa, and Maryborough regions. Understanding the health impacts …

Governance – Board

GovernanceSunshine Coast Health Network (trading as Country to Coast, Qld) is an independent not- for-profit organisation, structured as a company limited by guarantee. We are registered as a charity with the Australian Not for Profits and Charities Commission. We are a membership-based organisation with a Constitution and Board of Directors and …

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Expert CPR and First Aid Training for GP & Day Surgeries specialising in medical emergencies in your practice.

In by PHN Communications

Queen of Hearts CPR and First Aid Training & Consultancy delivers advanced, professional and customised training to Education and Health Care Providers and organisations on the Sunshine Coast. We also offer public CPR and First Aid courses for individuals, groups and clubs. Additionally, our education consultancy service, allows Queen of …

Referral templates

Referral templatesFind referral templates for practice software below. Ensure you follow instructions on how to open the templates.For immunisation catch up templates please visit the Immunisation program for health practitioners page. Statewide and National Forms and TemplatesBest Practice Allied Health Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Allied Health Services RTF (32 …

Online launch of the first national Stillbirth Clinical Care Standard

In by Ala Pietranik

Join the launch of the first care standard on stillbirth You are invited to join the online launch of the first national Stillbirth Clinical Care Standard, developed by the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care. The event will be streamed live from the Annual National Stillbirth Forum. Stillbirth is a …

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workforce Forum

In by Ala Pietranik

Join us at our online Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workforce Forum 11:00am – 12:00pm (AEST) 12:00pm – 1:00pm (AEDT) In this forum we will hear from Gamilaroi woman Tracy Hardy, a freshwater woman, with a matrilineal line of descent to the Barwon River region in North-West New South Wales. Tracy is …

Respiratory Health with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples: Closing the Gap

In by Ala Pietranik

Nearly one-third of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have a respiratory condition; withAsthma and COPD contributing to the highest burden of disease1. Hospitalization for Asthma and COPD exacerbations are higher for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders than for non-Aboriginal Australians2,3. Among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, COPD is …

LivingWorks safeYARN – Emerald 1st November

In by Ala Pietranik

Do you want to learn how to keep your mob in community safe from suicide? Learn Suicide First Aid Learn how to recognise and engage a person who might be having thoughts of suicide, to confirm if thoughts of suicide are present, and to move quickly to connect the person …

LivingWorks I-ASIST – Emerald

In by Ala Pietranik

Do you want to learn how to keep your mob in community safe from suicide? Learn Suicide First Aid ABOUT LivingWorks I-ASIST programs aim to help Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workforces, communities and people who work within their communities to recognise Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people who are …

LivingWorks safeYARN

In by Logan Sanders

LivingWorks safeYARN program is a half day training that aims to help Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workforces, communities and people who work within their communities to recognise Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people who are thinking about suicide and connect them to a resource who can help them to …

Polypharmacy, adjusting doses, drug burden index

In by Jodie McHarry

For the last of the Multimorbidity Webinar series, Dr Justin Coleman (General Practitioner, Inala Indigenous Health Service) will talk about “Polypharmacy, adjusting doses, drug burden index” in the context of multimorbidity with Emeritus Professor Mieke van Driel (General Practice Clinical Unit, The University of Queensland) to chair the discussions. According to a survey conducted …