SMPCP consumer engagement co-design project
What is the project about?
In partnership with South Melbourne Primary Care Partnership (SMPCP), we will be developing a program to engage with consumers and community groups in the SMPCP catchment area.
This includes the City of Port Phillip, City of Stonnington, City of Glen Eira, City of Bayside and City of Kingston.
Who is our partner?
Southern Melbourne Primary Care Partnership (SMPCP) and their Community, Consumer Collaboration Group (CCCG)
What do we hope to achieve?
- Create awareness in the community of what the process will be to develop the 2017-2021 Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plan and the Integrated Health Promotion Plan for the catchment.
- Consult with the community, in relation to the above mentioned plans, what their needs and interests are in relation to health and wellbeing.
- Establish connections with these consumer and community groups and register their potential interest in being engaged with SMPCP and its partner agencies in the future.
What are we going to do?
In collaboration with CCCG members, we will:
- organise and co-facilitate two community forums,
- visit up to eight community groups and,
- distribute an online survey using the PCP networks.
Using the information collected through these consultations, provide a report to the Primary Care Partnership Steering Committee for inclusion into the development of the 2017-2021 Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plan and the Integrated Health Promotion Plan.
For more information
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