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Diabetes eLearning course for nurses
1 in 4 adults are either living with diabetes or pre-diabetes. Diabetes is the fastest growing chronic condition in Australia, and nurses play a pivotal role in supporting people living with diabetes.
APNA Chronic Disease Management and Healthy Ageing workshops
COORDINARE recently funded 47 nurses across the region to participate in Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association (APNA)'s Chronic Disease Management and Healthy Ageing Program.
Supporting people living with dementia to plan ahead
For people living with dementia, a loss of mobility has been linked with a reduction in quality of life and increased rapid cognitive decline.
Looking after your family’s health with a digital record
For around 1. 7 million Australians currently living with diabetes, World Diabetes Day on November 14 is a way of highlighting the challenges experienced in caring for their health. Managing diabetes often involves regular visits to different healthcare providers meaning key health information is often scattered across different offices.
Outreach Pain Management program continues to benefit regional health professionals
COORDINARE has re-signed a Service-Level Agreement (SLA) with Southern NSW LHD and St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney, until June 2021, to support the Outreach Pain Management Education and Services program offered by St Vincent’s Pain Clinic.
Referrals open for the Chronic Pain Management Program
Referrals are now open for our Chronic Pain Management Program commencing August/Sept 2018!
COORDINARE, in conjunction with NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation (ACI) and Southern NSW Local Health District (SNSWLHD), is offering small group education programs commencing in August/September 2018.
Managing pain less painfully
Pain Week promoted between 24–30 July is a reminder that pain can be traumatic, unrelenting and difficult, but managing it doesn’t have to be. Digital tools like My Health Record assist the process.
This National Diabetes Week, refer patients who smoke to the NSW Quitline
A NSW Quitline referral can reduce risk for your patients with diabetes. Take one small step this National Diabetes Week. Smoking is a significant risk factor for developing diabetes.
It’s About Time to access digital health
'It’s About Time', the theme of National Diabetes Week from July 8-14, aptly applies to My Health Record.
Chronic Pain Management program referrals open 18 April
GPs, referrals open 18 April for a Chronic Pain Management program for patients residing in Moruya, Batemans Bay, Bermagui, Goulburn and Jindabyne.