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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.
APNA Building Nurse Capacity Project (BNC)
Are you looking to take the next step in your career? Would you like to learn new skills and knowledge so you can deliver a new model of care?
7 November edition: IN THE LOOP
'IN THE LOOP' is COORDINARE's eNewsletter, featuring all the latest health news in the South Eastern NSW region.
APNA Transition to Practice Program (TPP)
Trying to find your feet in primary health care or want to try your hand at mentoring new nurses?
Dr Barnard appointed as new Chair for Southern NSW Clinical Council
COORDINARE – South Eastern NSW PHN, today announced Dr Amanda Barnard as the new Chair of its Southern NSW Clinical Council, and as a director on its Board.
The Local Health District Primary Care Nurses in Bulli are moving to Wollongong
The Local Health District (LHD) Primary Health Nurses are moving from the Bulli Community Health Centre to Wollongong Community Health Centre on Tuesday 13 November.
Men, do your part when it comes to your health
The beginning of November marks the start of Movember and an opportunity for men to take some time to check in with their health.
Consumer health advocacy training – develop the skills to help you take action!
COORDINARE is holding a free one-day workshop in Goulburn on Friday 16 November which will provide local people with the confidence and skills to advocate for important health issues.
Looking for financial support for professional development and training?
Rural, regional and remote medical, dental, nursing, midwifery, allied health or Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary health professionals keen to expand their skills or scope of practice now have access to funding to support further studies or training.
Electronic delivery of BreastScreen results
BreastScreen NSW has commenced a phased rollout of the delivery of electronic results to eligible general practices in South Eastern NSW. This means that eligible practices in the region will soon be able to receive patients' BreastScreen results by secure messaging.