New training in 2017
Here are some new workshops for 2017!
The health literacy of consumers can only improve when processes, systems and structures are in place. When this happens, there is genuine collaboration.
This half-day workshop is for team leaders, executive and middle managers, project managers, clinical and non-clinical staff in health and community services, condition-specific organisations, local government and clinical and non-clinical staff.
With consumers being more involved in co-design and co-production projects, staff of health and community services will benefit from an opportunity to share knowledge and skills to work collaboratively.
This one-day workshop is for is team leaders, executive and middle managers, project managers, clinical and non-clinical staff working in health and community services, non-for-profits, condition-specific organisations and local government.
Co-design and co-production works effectively when consumers have the tools needed to work collaboratively with health and community services organisations.
This three-hour workshop on co-production for consumers is for consumers, community leaders and health services Board members.
There is much to be learned about clinical governance as a consumer representative aiming to improve the health and safety of Victorians.
This half-day workshop on clinical governance is for consumers, community leaders and health services Board members.
For more information, Please call Dr Tere Dawson at (03) 9664 9340 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or click on the links!
Health Literacy National Statement
In 2014, the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care released this National Statement on Health Literacy.
Evaluating the effect of health literacy projects in organisations
This is a report of initiatives undertaken between 2013 and 2015 to build the health literacy capacity of health and community organisations in Victoria.
Coproduction: the new paradigm for effective health and social care
This paper explores the common philosophy underpinning different approaches to coproduction and shared decision making in health and social care.
A guide for consumers doing health research
This manual aims to assist consumers by offering advice on how consumers can overcome some of the common challenges they might face during their research.
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