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10,000 Italian Roses morning tea in Wollongong
There are currently over 10,000 women of Italian background between the ages of 50 to 74 years old in NSW who have not had a mammogram. The 10,000 Italian Roses Project aims to raise awareness about breast screening among Italian communities.
Get Ready - embracing quality for better patient outcomes
A mix of primary health care providers from Thirroul to Milton attended the recent 'Get Ready – embracing quality for better patient outcomes' forums.
Working in a practice of the future
Forty-eight receptionists representing 25 practices throughout the Southern region attended the COORDINARE Receptionist Development Day.
Leading your practice into the future
Thirty-two practice managers representing 27 practices throughout the Southern region and Central Shoalhaven attended the COORDINARE Practice Managers Development Day.
State of the Art APNA National Conference
Five nurses from across the PHN region showcased innovative programs at the 2017 APNA National Conference.
Patient Experience Symposium 2017
Tracey Hutton, nurse manager at New Albion Medical Centre, Shellharbour City General Practice and Thirroul Medical Centre shares her experience at the 2017 Patient Experience Symposium.
Nursing in a Practice of the Future
Twenty-two practice nurses representing 15 practices throughout the South Eastern NSW region attended COORDINARE's Practice Nurse Development Day.
Putting the Patient at the Centre: Patient Centred Medical Home - Symposium
Save the date for this one-off event featuring a number of international, national and locally recognised speakers!
Future of Primary Care workshops in South Eastern NSW
We're only days away from our first regional workshop on the 'Future of Primary Care in South Eastern NSW' and already we have had significant interest from health professionals across our region.
Immunisation Update: Register now!
The latest immunisation figures for all children in the South Eastern NSW region were higher than NSW state and Australian national averages for all ages.