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Coffee With…Dr Tamsin Short: Executive Director, Drug and Alcohol Services, Connect4Health

02.08.2017 Coffee With

What is Connect4Health? Describe your role there? My position is a unique role working across three community health services (Access Health and Community, Carrington Health and Link Health and Community) to develop the alcohol and other drug (AOD) services to deliver a holistic, integrated service within the community health model. I’ve had the opportunity to […]

From the Executive Officer’s Desk: August 2017

01.08.2017 News

After just over three years in the role, I have decided that it is time to retire and embrace “the third age”.   We have just completed a three year strategic plan – started just after I arrived – and are currently embarking on developing a new plan. Developing a summary of the completed plan has […]

IEPCP July E-Bulletin 2017

10.07.2017 e-Bulletin

2017 Musculoskeletal Health Webinar Series

04.07.2017 News

2017 Musculoskeletal Health Webinar Series: Webinars 6-11 Date and Time: 7-8pm (AEST) on various dates between July – November 2017. Audience: Health professionals of various disciplines across the musculoskeletal health and other sectors. Purpose: To provide participants with clinically-meaningful skills and knowledge to deliver recommended care by focusing on issues relevant to the evidence-based treatment […]

Coffee with…Kate Jeffery, Link Health & Community

29.06.2017 Coffee With

Describe your role as Senior Strategy, Research and Inclusion Officer at Link HC? Strategy, research and inclusion is quite wide-ranging as a portfolio. Strategy can include: service planning; developing strategy plans for improving cultural competency; responding to diversity; identifying opportunities to work with partner organisations; helping to develop initiatives designed to meet gaps in our services; […]

Women’s Health East Vacancy

20.06.2017 News

Women’s Health East are looking for a project coordinator to fulfil the role funded by their successful Community Partnerships for Primary Prevention grant application. Further information is available from the WHE website  Position description Closing date for applications: July 17  

IEPCP June E-Bulletin 2017

19.06.2017 e-Bulletin

From the Executive Officer’s Desk: June 2017

08.06.2017 News

The Well The EMR PCPs are working hard to continue the development of The Well website – a collaborative venture between Outer and Inner East Primary Care Partnerships.  Recent work has included contracting of a new website developer and development of online links between the priorities “portals” on the site and the Victorian Government Outcomes Framework. […]

Coffee with…Klaudia Lozo, Louise Multicultural Community Centre

08.06.2017 Coffee With

   Describe your work/role at Louise Multicultural Community Centre The Louise Multicultural Community Centre (LMCC) works with migrants and refugees living in Australia by encouraging and assisting them to practice, enjoy and share their own culture and to fully participate in public and civic life. LMCC offers programs and activities, of which the core are […]

IEPCP May E-Bulletin 2017

02.05.2017 e-Bulletin

IEPCP April E-bulletin 2017

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Coffee with…Michelle Hollingworth, Acting Manager Population Health and Planning, DHHS

02.05.2017 Coffee With

Describe your work/role at the East Division Department of Health & Human Services? I am currently acting manager of Population Health and Planning whilst Iain Butterworth is holidaying in Japan but my substantive role is as Senior Program Adviser – Active and Healthy Ageing (AHAA). This is a new role which commenced last year. There […]

From the Executive Officer’s Desk: May 2017

02.05.2017 News

I’m sure you are all aware of the huge changes going on at DHHS and within the service sector, with many reforms planned or in train. In order to ensure PCPs continue to provide appropriate support to our member agencies, we have been re-thinking our role.  VicPCP – the coordinating body for all Primary Care […]

Family violence workforce census

18.04.2017 News

Victoria’s first family violence workforce census gives workers the opportunity to have a voice on the key issues affecting them and to shape the 10-year Family Violence Industry Plan

Coffee with… Tracey Blythe, Prevention Coordinator, Inner East PCP

11.04.2017 Coffee With

Hi Tracey! Welcome to the Inner East PCP. Can you describe your work as Prevention Coordinator? As the Inner East PCP Prevention Coordinator I’m responsible for leading, co-ordinating, facilitating, and contributing to a broad range of prevention strategies across the sub-region and region as well as facilitating working groups to progress specific IEPCP and member generated initiatives. […]

From the Executive Officer’s Desk: April 2017

10.04.2017 News

This week I was fortunate to be able to attend the World Congress on Public Health. The presentations from the keynote speakers were both sobering and inspiring. Some key messages from the morning’s presentations were about international trends and their impact on health – the increasing disparity between rich and poor, and a growing political […]

Opening Doors Community Leadership Program: Applications invited

10.04.2017 News

Alex Mills, Opening Doors Coordinator, is thrilled to report that applications for the 2017 Opening Doors Community Leadership Program are now open! This year Opening Doors celebrates 9 years of making a real difference in local communities. Alex would be delighted to hear from anyone who is interested in applying for the 2017 Program. Applications will […]

IEPCP March E-bulletin 2017

17.03.2017 e-Bulletin

From the Executive Officer’s Desk: March 2017

17.03.2017 News

This month it has been great to welcome two new project staff to our team. Samina Alam and Sarah Italiano have joined the team on a short term basis to help with a range of project work. We are also looking forward to having our new Prevention Coordinator Tracey Blythe on board. Tracey starts on […]

IEPCP February E-bulletin 2017

09.03.2017 e-Bulletin
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