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Alcohol and Drug Foundation: Applications now open for Local Drug Action Team program
The Alcohol and Drug Foundation has announced that application are now open for the next round of opportunities for the Local Drug Action Team (LDAT) program.
NDIS rollout in the Illawarra Shoalhaven
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is the new way of providing individualised support for people with disability, their families and carers.
Cringila Medical Centre embraces PCMH model of care
Josie and Robyn, Practice Manager and Practice Nurse at Cringila Medical Centre, are always on the lookout for opportunities to enhance patient care, consistently embracing new approaches in their practice.
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.
Sharp Street Surgery nurse receives Rotarian award
Tracey Chong, Practice Nurse and Diabetes Educator from Sharp Street Surgery in Cooma recently received a Rotarian award for 'Pride of Workmanship'.
Managing hepatitis C in general practice
All people with risk factors for hepatitis C should have a serological screening test for anti-hepatitis C antibodies.
Palliative care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples: online resources
CareSearch has created online resources that will help build a path of cultural capability and understanding for supporting care with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
In November 2016, COORDINARE partnered with the Public Health Unit for the yearly immunisation update.
General Practice and the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program
June is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month - a great time to promote bowel cancer screening and the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program (NBCSP).
New headspace service announced for Bega
Young people in Bega and surrounding towns will benefit from access to vital mental health services and support following the announcement of a new headspace service in Bega.
COORDINARE after hours campaign continues this flu season
With the flu season fast approaching, COORDINARE announces it will continue its campaign to raise awareness of the after hours medical options available within the region.
APNA Recently Graduated Nurse of the year finalist!
Woonona Medical Practice Nurse, Jedda Outten, was recently recognised by Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association (APNA) at their national conference held in Hobart from 4-6 May.
Public Health Unit: vaccine availability update
With flu season upon us and many practices in full swing with vaccinations the Public Health Unit would like to provide some updated information on vaccine availability.
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.
Looking to a sustainable future for palliative and end of life care
National Palliative Care Week took place on 21- 28 May 2017, with this year’s theme ‘you matter, your care matters”. Palliative care can make a difference.
GP research project funding
Dr Fiona Williams, from Thirroul Medical Practice announced as successful recipient of COORDINARE’s GP research project funding.
New training to address drug and alcohol use among LGBTIQ people
ACON has been commissioned by COORDINARE to help improve the response to the problematic use of alcohol and other drugs among LGBTIQ people in the South Eastern NSW region.