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IEPCP February E-Bulletin 2019

05.02.2019 e-Bulletin

IEPCP December E-Bulletin 2018

05.02.2019 e-Bulletin

IEPCP November E-Bulletin 2018

05.02.2019 e-Bulletin

From the Executive Officer’s Desk: February 2019

05.02.2019 News

2018 concluded on a fantastically positive note! The IEPCP annual partner forum in December was an inspiring morning with speakers sharing insights into their work in some of the IEPCP’s core focus areas. CEO of Disability Sport and Recreation Victoria, Richard Amon, gave a heartfelt, and passionate presentation as keynote speaker. Richard was able to […]

Coffee with…Jessica Anson, Manager – Health Promotion, Research and Strategy, Link Health & Community

04.02.2019 Coffee With

          Describe your work/role at Link H&C In my role as Manager – Health Promotion, Research and Strategy, I’m responsible for leading and coordinating a team of four incredible practitioners (five if you include me). Our work is focused on planning and implementing a range of primary prevention strategies to promote […]

Inner East PCP are recruiting for two new positions

15.01.2019 News

Executive and Program Support Officer The primary role of the Executive and Program Support officer is to provide administrative leadership, through support to the Executive Officer, Board, and staff, and office management of the IEPCP. The position is responsible for the delivery of timely, efficient and effective high level confidential executive assistance for the Executive […]

2018 Inner East PCP Partnership Evaluation

06.12.2018 News

In 2017 the IEPCP developed a new Strategic Plan 2017 – 2021 in consultation with our partners across the inner east region of Melbourne. We are now evaluating the first year of our work under that plan. It is important to us that your insights and experience help us identify the strengths as well as […]

From the Executive Officer’s Desk: December 2018

06.12.2018 News

November’s highlights have included the opportunity to attend many partner AGMs and hear about their great work both regionally and locally. • Eastern Community Legal Centre hosted Keynote Speaker, The Hon Dr Kay Patterson AO, Age Discrimination Commissioner, Australian Human Rights Commission. Dr Patterson is a dynamic advocate on issues for older people, particularly elder […]

VicPCP are recruiting

06.12.2018 News

The Director Strategy and Development role supports the PCP Leadership Executive, PCP Chairs and Executive Officers (EOs) to enhance the position of the PCPs as the platform for collaborative partnerships for health and human services in Victoria and to drive advocacy strategies to ensure that PCPs increase their collective profile as leaders in partnership work. […]

Strengthening Volunteering in the East

29.11.2018 News

The report is a retrospective summary of the work that the Inner East Primary Care Partnership (IEPCP) has done over the past 3 years in relation to understanding the volunteer sector and the work of the sector in the Eastern Metropolitan Region (EMR). The report was developed as a way to provide a historical reference […]

Coffee With… Sue Carlile, CEO, Family Access Network

28.11.2018 Coffee With

Describe the work of Family Access Network Family Access Network (FAN) was established in 1981, based in Box Hill providing services across the Eastern Region for young people, young families and accompanying children, and across the state of Victoria for LGBTI young people, experiencing or at risk of homelessness. We do this through a range […]

Positions Vacant at Eastern Volunteers

27.11.2018 News

Two new and exciting projects Eastern Volunteers will commence in January. One is for a regional volunteer training and mentoring program which covers Boroondara to Mansfield and has 4 tiers of training aimed to meet needs of all levels of volunteer manager experience. The other is the Your Volunteering  Website aimed at agencies using volunteers […]

From the Executive Officer’s Desk: November 2018

08.11.2018 News

Partnership activity October is the time when there are a flurry of AGMs happening in the region, which is a wonderful opportunity to hear about the extensive achievements of partner organisations and staff in the community. I was privileged to be able to attend my first Family Access Network AGM, where I listened to emotional […]

Coffee with… new faces at the Eastern Community Legal Centre (ECLC)

05.11.2018 Coffee With

Coffee with… Chris Walsh, Director Partnerships and Community Development Describe your work/role at Eastern Community Legal Centre (ECLC). I have recently joined ECLC as Director, Partnerships and Community Development based in Box Hill, working across the 6 local government areas in the East and spreading my time at our Box Hill, Boronia and Healesville and […]

IEPCP October E-Bulletin 2018

04.10.2018 e-Bulletin

From the Executive Officer’s Desk: October 2108

04.10.2018 News

September was annual reporting month for the IEPCP, and a time to reflect on the year’s significant achievements. It has been such a privilege to be able to support so many partnership activities, whether it be in planning, evaluation, facilitation and secretariat for leadership groups and networks, capacity building, steering funded projects, service coordination, and […]

Coffee with….Mandy Taylor, Director of Clinical Services, Cairnmillar Institute

03.10.2018 Coffee With

I am the Director of Clinical Services at Cairnmillar Institute. Cairnmillar is a not-for-profit charity organisation, established in 1961 by Professor Francis McNab. It is now under the leadership of Professor Kathryn von Treuer and has evolved into a highly regarded teaching institute offering short courses and higher education programs. One of the key things […]

IEPCP September E-Bulletin 2018

10.09.2018 e-Bulletin

From the Executive Officer’s Desk: September 2018

10.09.2018 News

Academic engagement August at the IEPCP has had a strong academic focus. We began by meeting with Dr Lena Gan, Program Director of the Master of Ageing at the University of Melbourne School of Population & Global Health to discuss how we might strengthen our partnership with the University around Ageing. Some may remember Dr […]

Coffee with….Sue Dunn, Manager, Clota Cottage Neighbourhood House

15.08.2018 Coffee With

          Describe your work at Clota Cottage Neighbourhood House? I manage a small community house in Box Hill (one of ten in Whitehorse). We offer child care, and training courses for people wishing to improve their skills or employment chances. Our biggest program is our Social Activity group. As part of […]

We acknowledge the Wurundjeri people and other peoples of the Kulin nation as the traditional owners of the land on which our work in the community takes place. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

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