Coffee with…Raini Nailer, Prevention Coordinator, Inner East PCP

19.03.2018 e-Bulletin

Hi Raini! Welcome to the Inner East PCP! Describe your role at the IEPCP. Dynamic. Challenging. Exciting… My role consists of supporting social and health organisations in the East to coordinate and collaborate on prevention initiatives across a broad range of priority issues, some of which include prevention of violence against women, social inclusion and […]

From the Executive Officer’s Desk: March 2018

19.03.2018 News

February-March has been an exciting time of high energy among partners, with many in the action planning phase, collaborating across the catchment and region. The IEPCP have been providing backbone support to the Community Health Integrated Health Promotion action planning focussing on social inclusion, and actively looking for opportunities to partner with local governments. We […]

IEPCP February E-Bulletin 2018

26.02.2018 e-Bulletin

Coffee with…Monique Hameed: Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health

12.02.2018 Coffee With

Describe your role in facilitating the workshops on intersectionality that MCWH, WHE and MIC are coordinating for the prevention workforce in the EMR. My role at MCWH is as the National Training Officer and I have been working with the Together for Equality and Respect team to deliver workshops on Intersectionality and using intersectional frameworks […]

From the Executive Officer’s Desk: February 2018

05.02.2018 News

Following the successful December launch of the IEPCP Strategic Plan 2017-2012, January has been a great time to focus on the coming year. We are now developing our operational plan, and incorporating valuable partner feedback on how to measure our effectiveness through an evaluation framework. Our website will shortly be updated by our web developer, […]

Health Literacy Development Course 2018

18.01.2018 News

The Health Literacy Development Course, delivered by the Centre for Culture, Ethnicity and Health, is designed to build the capacity of agencies to respond to health literacy at both a client and an organisational level. The course provides support to refine and progress a series of appropriate health literacy interventions tailored to your workplace, and […]

IEPCP December E-Bulletin 2017

15.01.2018 e-Bulletin

Recruitment Vacancy: Primary Prevention Coordinator

11.01.2018 News

A position has come available with the Inner East Primary Care Partnership. See information and position description

Coffee With…Leah Anderson: Annecto

15.12.2017 Coffee With

          Describe your work/role as the South East Regional Manager at Annecto Annecto is a not-for-profit social purpose organisation. We provide advocacy and practical assistance for adults and children with a range of cognitive, physical and social abilities, and their families to realise their full potential. Through collaboration, communication and asking […]

IEPCP November E-Bulletin 2017

15.12.2017 e-Bulletin

PCP Future Directions Update

15.12.2017 News

On 23rd of November, at the final Victorian Primary Care Partnership Chairs and EOs Forum for 2017, DHHS A/Assistant Director of Primary and Community Health, Elise Davies provided an update to the group regarding PCP future directions. Summary of PCP future directions

From the Executive Officer’s Desk: December 2017

15.12.2017 News

The past month seems to have had a theme of meeting with and listening to leading academics on a range of relevant topics. Swinburne Business School presented to the IEPCP and partners on the development of SALUS – a web based digital tool that explores capacity to share explicit and tacit information in complex, multi-organisation […]

Coffee with…Jayde McBurnie: Women’s Health East

06.11.2017 Coffee With

            Describe your work/role at Women’s Health East? I work in Prevention of Violence against Women. At the moment my role includes: • Participation in the Together for Equality and Respect (TFER) Evaluation working Group (EWG), where I am contributing to the development of the regional evaluation of TFER 2013-2017. […]

Inner East PCP: recruiting a Primary Prevention Coordinator

03.11.2017 News

The Inner East Primary Care Partnership is seeking a temporary Primary Prevention Coordinator, commencing December – Full time (or Part time considered) until 30 April or up to 30 June 2017 if considering part time. The role would have responsibility for supporting partnerships around priority health issues of Healthy Eating, Alcohol Harm Minimisation, Social Inclusion, […]

From the Executive Officer’s Desk: November 2017

02.11.2017 News

Regional planning October has been a busy time of finalising Strategic Planning processes. The Inner East PCP Strategic Plan 2017-2021 was endorsed by the Executive Committee on 26 October, and the Community and Women’s Health Integrated Health Promotion Strategic Plan 2017-2021 (bringing together Carrington Health, Access Health & Community, Link Health and Community, Women’s Health […]

IEPCP October E-Bulletin 2017

16.10.2017 e-Bulletin

From the Executive Officer’s Desk: October 2017

02.10.2017 News

Strategic Plan Partner Workshop The Inner East PCP convened a partner’s workshop to present the draft Inner East PCP Strategic Plan 2017-2021 to partners for feedback. With an excellent response, the workshop was attended by 30 partner representatives from across the Inner East, as well as the Department of Health and Human Services. The workshop, […]

Coffee With…Bronwyn Upston: Whitehorse City Council

02.10.2017 Coffee With

Describe your work as Community Development Officer, Health & Wellbeing, at Whitehorse City Council? As my title suggests, my role is to promote the health and wellbeing of the community in the City of Whitehorse. Our community development team work to enhance the social connectedness, strengths and resilience of the people who live, work, study […]

Regional Consultations: Community Services Industry Planning

26.09.2017 News

Victoria has a mature and vibrant community and social services sector, with a proud history of supporting people experiencing poverty and disadvantage. However, the sector is entering a time of significant change driven by State and Commonwealth Government reforms, as well as social and economic factors. It is critical that planning for the industry is […]

Consultation: Changes to public health notification requirements for doctors and laboratories

26.09.2017 News

Medical practitioners and laboratories in a range of settings – including public and private hospitals, primary and community health, private practice and commercial pathology services – are required to notify specific cases of infectious disease and other medical conditions to the department. These notifications protect the health of Victorians as they allow the department to […]

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