Addressing the challenges of health care sector, Health Issues Centre publishes a unique collection of reports, research papers and booklets. Written with the consumers' viewpoint in mind, these publications offer a detailed and considered examination of crucial health care issues as they emerge.
Strategic Plan 2010 - 2013
Health Issues Centre's Annual Report 2009-2010
Health Issues Centre's Annual Report 2008 - 2009
Health Issues Centre's Annual Report 2007 - 2008
Health Issues Centre's Annual Report 2006 - 2007
Health Issues Centre's Annual Report 2005 - 2006
Health Issues Centre's Annual Report 2004 - 2005
Health Issues Centre's Annual Report 2003 - 2004
Consumer, Carer and Community Participation Publications
Making Space for the Consumer Voice in Quality and Safety
Getting Involved: A Kit for Consumers Interested in the Consumer Nominee Program
Getting Started: Involving Consumers on Committees
Consumer, Carer and Community Participation Resource
Position Statement - Paying and Reimbursing Consumers, Carers and Community Members to Participate
Committed to Participation Forum Report
Consumers and Carers' Experiences of the Acute Phase of Stroke Care
Consumer and Community Participation in Metropolitan Health Services
Developing the Consumer Nominee Program: A Report from the Workshop held on Friday 15 November 2002
Exploring Women-centred Care in Maternity Services Report
Informed Parental Consent for New Born Screening in Victoria: Final Report
Interviews with Consumers and Carers about their Experience of Care for the Treatment of Colorectal Cancer
Report on Interviews with Consumers and Consumers and Carers about their Experience of Receiving Colorectal Cancer Surgery Information
Turning Wrongs into Rights: Learning from Consumer Reported Incidents: A Literature Review
Consumer Participation and Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities: A Discussion Paper
Overveiw of Documents Related to Newborn Screening and Informed Consent
Submissions and Responses
Go to the submission page for a full list of submissions and responese prepared by Health Issues Centre.
These publications clearly written and many feature lively illustrations. They are not available electronically so can not be downloaded but hard copies can be order via the order form.
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