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The National Mesh Implant Forum will be held in Melbourne on Friday April 5, 2019, to consider all aspects of Australia’s mesh implant crisis.
Health Issues Centre together with Council on the Ageing (COTA) Victoria is pleased to present 'Unspoken: What Will Become of Me?' across Victoria in 2018.
In June 2017, Health Issues Centre will present the one-day forum, Diversity is Diverse.
An update on the work that we have been doing to understand pelvic mesh (or tape) usage.
The Minister for Health, the Hon Jill Hennessy MP, is pleased to invite applications for part time board positions on rural health service Boards.
Health Issues Centre is offering new training programs in 2017. Find out more!
Health Issues Centre presents our one-day regional forums The Survey Says...Keep Asking.
Health Issues Centre is excited to launch three new resources in peer support.
Health Issues Centre's response to the review of hospital safety and quality assurance in Victoria.
Dental Health Services Victoria is developing a new Strategic Plan to set the future direction for public oral healthcare in Victoria.
The Australian Institute for Patient & Family Centred Care presents a unique event, Gathering of Kindness, in March/April 2016.
Health Issues Centre will be delivering a series of regional training workshops for both health service staff and consumers between February and June 2016. Register your interest today!
Public consultation on version 2 of the draft National Safety and Quality Health Services Standards is now open and feedback is being sought.
Grampians Pyrenees Primary Care Partnership is running a Consumer Engagement Forum to highlight the importance of the consumer voice in health service design, delivery and quality improvement.
Loddon Mallee Integrated Cancer Service (LMICS) is inviting consumers impacted by cancer and staff to attend free training in Castlemaine, Bendigo, Swan Hill and Mildura.
Public information briefings that impact on possible reforms for primary health care in Australia start next week. Get involved!
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